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Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Bomber Command Watched by the CO, Wing Commander D A Gardner (left), aircrew of No 166 Squadron at Kirmington, Lincolnshire, gather on 20 July 1944 to hear the Adjutant, Flight Lieutenant F C Tigh, read out a congratulatory message from Field Marshal Montgomery, thanking the bomber crews for their efforts supporting the British Second Army's armoured offensive in Normandy, Operation 'Goodwood', 20 july 1944.

Royal Air Force 1939-1945- Bomber Command Watched by the CO, Wing Commander D A Gardner (left), aircrew of No 166 Squadron at Kirmington, Lincolnshire, gather on 20 July 1944 to hear the Adjutant, Flight Lieutenant F C Tigh, read out a congratulatory message from Field Marshal Montgomery, thanking the bomber crews for their efforts supporting the British Second Army's armoured offensive in Normandy, Operation 'Goodwood', 20 july 1944.

The Izu Islands are a group of volcanic islands stretching south and east from the Izu Peninsula of Honshū, Japan. Administratively, they form two towns and six villages; all part of Tokyo. The largest is Izu Ōshima, usually called simply Ōshima. Because of their volcanic nature, the islands are constantly filled with the stench of sulfur. Residents were evacuated from the islands in 1953 and 2000 due to volcanic activity and dangerously high levels of gas. The people returned in 2005 but…

The Izu Islands are a group of volcanic islands stretching south and east from the Izu Peninsula of Honshū, Japan. Administratively, they form two towns and six villages; all part of Tokyo. The largest is Izu Ōshima, usually called simply Ōshima. Because of their volcanic nature, the islands are constantly filled with the stench of sulfur. Residents were evacuated from the islands in 1953 and 2000 due to volcanic activity and dangerously high levels of gas. The people returned in 2005 but…

Fleet Street London 1929   Photo: Fox Photos - gives me butterflies just looking at how high he is!

Fleet Street London 1929 Photo: Fox Photos - gives me butterflies just looking at how high he is!

One of the heaviest WW2 tanks ever created, the German Tiger II. It weighed ~68.5 tonnes and had 100-180mm armour on the front. Budapest, Hungary, 1944.

One of the heaviest WW2 tanks ever created, the German Tiger II. It weighed ~68.5 tonnes and had 100-180mm armour on the front. Budapest, Hungary, 1944.

Butcher's shop with living accommodation above | Watney St, London | c. 1900

Butcher's shop with living accommodation above | Watney St, London | c. 1900

A Doberman rescued from U.S. medical crew. The dogs was largely used during WWII and considered like a valuable partner for the soldiers.

A Doberman rescued from U.S. medical crew. The dogs was largely used during WWII and considered like a valuable partner for the soldiers.

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