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King George VI of the United Kingdom inspecting trawler men & naval personnel at Lyness, Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, 8 Jun 1942King George VI inspecting the headquarters of Combined Operations in Britain, 29 Sep 1942; note Louis Mountbatten and Mountbatten
King George VI of the United Kingdom inspecting trawler men & naval personnel at Lyness, Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, 8 Jun 1942King George VI inspecting the headquarters of Combined Operations in Britain, 29 Sep 1942; note Louis Mountbatten and Mountbatten's staff
King George VI, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Queen Elizabeth, in London, England, United Kingdom, 23 Oct 1942King George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF 352nd Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov 1942. The aircraft is B-17F “Holey Joe” with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left
King George VI, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Queen Elizabeth, in London, England, United Kingdom, 23 Oct 1942King George VI of Great Britain visits the base of the USAAF 352nd Bomb Squadron at Chelveston, England, UK, 13 Nov 1942. The aircraft is B-17F “Holey Joe” with Cpl David C Casteel of Illinois standing second from the left
King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Howe at Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, 18-21 Mar 1943.King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Glasgow at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 18-21 Mar 1943
King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Howe at Scapa Flow, Orkney Islands, Scotland, United Kingdom, 18-21 Mar 1943.King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Glasgow at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 18-21 Mar 1943
Air Vice Marshal Ralph Cochrane, Wing Commander Guy Gibson, King George VI, and Group Captain John Whitworth discussing Dambusters Raid at St Vincents Hall, headquarters of No. 5 Group RAF Bomber Command, Grantham, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943King George VI inspecting ground crewmen during his visit to No. 617 Squadron (Dambusters) and No. 57 Squadron at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943; note Lancaster B Mk I bomber
Air Vice Marshal Ralph Cochrane, Wing Commander Guy Gibson, King George VI, and Group Captain John Whitworth discussing Dambusters Raid at St Vincents Hall, headquarters of No. 5 Group RAF Bomber Command, Grantham, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943King George VI inspecting ground crewmen during his visit to No. 617 Squadron (Dambusters) and No. 57 Squadron at RAF Scampton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943; note Lancaster B Mk I bomber 'Frederick III', the aircraft of Wing Commander Campbell Hopcroft, commanding officer of No. 57 Squadron
King George VI speaking with Flight Lieutenant Les Munro, observed by Wing Commander Guy Gibson and Air Vice Marshal Ralph Cochrane, Scampton, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943King George VI of the United Kingdom with Air Chief Marshal Charles Portal, Jun 1943
King George VI speaking with Flight Lieutenant Les Munro, observed by Wing Commander Guy Gibson and Air Vice Marshal Ralph Cochrane, Scampton, England, United Kingdom, 27 May 1943King George VI of the United Kingdom with Air Chief Marshal Charles Portal, Jun 1943
Rear Admiral Robert Burnett greeting King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Belfast, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 15 Aug 1943British admirals Irvine Glennie, Louis Hamilton, Robert Burnett (shaking hand), and Henry Moore with King George VI and Admiral Bruce Fraser of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Duke of York, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 16 Aug 1943
Rear Admiral Robert Burnett greeting King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Belfast, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 15 Aug 1943British admirals Irvine Glennie, Louis Hamilton, Robert Burnett (shaking hand), and Henry Moore with King George VI and Admiral Bruce Fraser of the United Kingdom aboard HMS Duke of York, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 16 Aug 1943
King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS London at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 16 Aug 1943King George VI aboard HMS Howe with Captain C. H. L. Woodhouse and Admiral John Tovey, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknown
King George VI of the United Kingdom aboard HMS London at Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 16 Aug 1943King George VI aboard HMS Howe with Captain C. H. L. Woodhouse and Admiral John Tovey, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknown
King George VI inspecting HMS Howe, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknown, photo 1 of 2King George VI inspecting HMS Howe, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknown, photo 2 of 2
King George VI inspecting HMS Howe, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknown, photo 1 of 2King George VI inspecting HMS Howe, Scapa Flow, Scotland, United Kingdom, date unknown, photo 2 of 2
King George VI of the United Kingdom, date unknownPortrait of King George VI of the United Kingdom, 1940s
King George VI of the United Kingdom, date unknownPortrait of King George VI of the United Kingdom, 1940s
King George VI of the United Kingdom with his daughter and future queen, Princess Elizabeth, London, England, United Kingdom, April 1944.Bernard Montgomery and King George VI at Montgomery
King George VI of the United Kingdom with his daughter and future queen, Princess Elizabeth, London, England, United Kingdom, April 1944.Bernard Montgomery and King George VI at Montgomery's headquarters in Britain, 22 May 1944

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