Major J. M. Figott and members of his company of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry kneeling at the graves of Canadian soldiers killed at Dieppe on 19 August 1942. Dieppe, France, 1 September 1944.

War photography: Major J. Figott and members of his company of the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry kneeling at the graves of Canadian soldiers killed at Dieppe on 19 August Dieppe, France, 1 September

Canadian prisoners of war & German soldiers surveying the destruction around them on the beach at Dieppe

German Officers standing on Dieppe beach among Canadian dead and wounded.

Dieppe,  (4963 soldier) 2nd Canadian Infantry Division 3,367 dead, wounded or captured

August Hitler struggles to understand purpose of Dieppe raid

Photo d'actualité : WW2 German Prisoners in Dieppe Raid 1942 German...

German Prisoners in Dieppe Raid 1942 German prisoners are blindfolded and escorted through the streets after the return of the commados.

Photo d'actualité : Dieppe Raid, August 1942

Photo d'actualité : Dieppe Raid, August 1942

Massacre à Dieppe

Massacre à Dieppe

Destroyed landing craft on fire with Canadian dead on the beach. A concrete gun emplacement on the right covers the whole beach. The steep grad can clearly be judged.

Destroyed landing craft on fire with Canadian dead on the beach. A concrete gun emplacement on the right covers the whole beach. The steep grad can clearly be judged.

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As British naval units lay a smokescreen far below, RAF bombers release their payload over Dieppe

As British naval units lay a smokescreen far below, RAF bombers release their payload over Dieppe

A large fire burns and the smoke of battle engulfs the area in this shot taken by an RAF film unit flying over the target area.

A large fire burns and the smoke of battle engulfs the area in this shot taken by an RAF film unit flying over the target area.

The bodies of crewmen lie sprawled around their vehicle.

The bodies of crewmen lie sprawled around their vehicle.

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