Explore The Irish, Wwii, and more!

Explore related topics

A camouflaged Sherman Firefly of the Irish Guards and infantry guard a section of the Bremen-Hamburg autobahn, 20 April 1945.

Infanterie en een gecamoufleerde Sherman Firefly van de Irish Guards bewaakt de snelweg van Bremen naar Hamburg, 20 april A camouflaged Sherman Firefly of the Irish Guards and infantry guard a section of the Bremen-Hamburg autobahn, 20 April

Irish Guards Group, Guards Armoured Division, Aalst, 18 Sept - Irish Guards Group / Guards Armoured Division, Aalst, 18 Sept 44 - Gallery - WW2 Talk

A Internet research platform & discussion forum with a primarily commonwealth focus

BRITISH ARMY NORMANDY 1944 (B 6225)   Infantry of 49th Division digging in beside Sherman tanks near Rauray, 30 June 1944.

Infantry of Division digging in beside Sherman tanks near Rauray, 30 June

A camouflaged Sherman Firefly of the Irish Guards and infantry guard a section of the Bremen-Hamburg autobahn, 20 April 1945.

A camouflaged Sherman Firefly of the Irish Guards and infantry guard a section of the Bremen-Hamburg autobahn, 20 April

French Infantry advances into Colmar, 2 February 1945.

French Infantry advances into Colmar, 2 February (US Army Center of Military History)

Sherman Firefly réservoirs 11ème Division blindée. Belgique, 10 septembre 1944

Sherman Firefly réservoirs 11ème Division blindée. Belgique, 10 septembre 1944

52e Division (Lowland) Sherman réservoirs près Havert en Allemagne, 52nd (Lowland) Division, passing Sherman tanks near Havert in Germany,

Infantry of Cameronians, (Lowland) Division, passing Sherman tanks near Havert in Germany, 18 January

Recovery vehicles prepare to tow a Sherman tank of the Irish Guards out of a stream where it landed after collapsing a bridge on the slip road leading to the Bremen-Hamburg autobahn, 20 April 1945. The tank was evenutally recovered undamaged.

Recovery vehicles prepare to tow a Sherman tank of the Irish Guards from a stream. The tank collapsed a bridge on the slip road leading to the Bremen-Hamburg Autobahn, 20 April The tank was evenutally recovered undamaged.

2 novembre des troupes de la 15th division écossaise près de Luisel en Hollande.

Infantry & carriers of the Scottish Division, during the assault on Liesel, Holland, 2 November

Comète réservoirs 11ème Division blindée, lors de l’assaut sur 2-3 Osnabrück, avril 1945

Comet tanks of Armoured Division advance towards Osnabruck, 2 - 3 April

Men of the Durham Light Infantry advancing through passing the remains of the Hotel Des Roses after the Battle of Monte Cassino/May 1944

Men of the Durham Light Infantry advance through the ruins of Cassino, passing the remains of the Hotel Des Roses. Italy, 18 May

Troops of 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 15th (Scottish) Division, fire from their positions in a sunken lane during Operation ‘Epsom’, 26 June 1944. The soldier firing the Bren Gun is Charles Hanaway.

File:Infantry of the Royal Scots Fusiliers, (Scottish) Division, in action in a sunken lane during Operation 'Epsom', Normandy, 26 June

Universal carriers of the 4th King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 11th Armoured Division, pass through the burning village of Levern, 4 April 1945.

Universal carriers of the King's Shropshire Light Infantry, Armoured Division, pass through the burning village of Levern, Germany, 4 April

A truck-mounted 40-mm Bofors anti-aircraft gun of UK 15th (Scottish) Division crossing the Rhine River near Xanten, Germany, 24 Mar 1945 (Imperial War Museum)

[Photo] A truck-mounted 40-mm Bofors anti-aircraft gun of UK 15th (Scottish) Division crossing the Rhine River near Xanten, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, 24 Mar 1945

A truck-mounted Bofors anti-aircraft gun of UK (Scottish) Division crossing the Rhine River near Xanten, Germany, 24 Mar 1945 (Imperial War Museum)

Destroyed German vehicles in Avranches, France, liberated by the US First Army on 30 July 1944. (US Center of Military History)

Today in World War II History—July 30, 1944

Destroyed German Waffen SS vehicles in Avranches, France, liberated by the US First Army on 30 July (US Center of Military History)

Soldiers of 1st Welsh Guards in action near Cagny during Operation Goodwood, part of the Battle for Caen during the Normandy breakout campaign that followed the D-Day landings.

Operation Goodwood in Normandy, France was a British offensive against the German forces at the end of July It is called by some historians…

Pinterest
Search