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A British DB-7B Boston Mk III bomber of RAF No. 88 Squadron over Dieppe Harbour, France, 19 Aug 1942British Churchill tanks and landing craft burning on the Dieppe beach, France, 19 Aug 1942
A British DB-7B Boston Mk III bomber of RAF No. 88 Squadron over Dieppe Harbour, France, 19 Aug 1942British Churchill tanks and landing craft burning on the Dieppe beach, France, 19 Aug 1942
British Daimler Scout Car During an inspection tour to El Alamein, Egypt, Winston Churchill looks out across the desert toward the German lines, 19 Aug 1942.
British Daimler Scout Car 'Hound' abandoned on the beach after the failed raid on Dieppe, France, Aug 1942During an inspection tour to El Alamein, Egypt, Winston Churchill looks out across the desert toward the German lines, 19 Aug 1942.
Electric Boat workers preparing submarine Harder for launching, Groton, Connecticut, United States, 19 Aug 1942German 24th Panzer Division en route to Stalingrad, Russia, circa Aug 1942
Electric Boat workers preparing submarine Harder for launching, Groton, Connecticut, United States, 19 Aug 1942German 24th Panzer Division en route to Stalingrad, Russia, circa Aug 1942
Prime Minister John CurtinRemains of a Canadian soldier on the beach after the failed raid on Dieppe, France, Aug 1942; note Daimler Scout Car and Churchill tank in background
Prime Minister John Curtin's party entering Brisbane City Hall in Brisbane, Australia, 19 Aug 1942Remains of a Canadian soldier on the beach after the failed raid on Dieppe, France, Aug 1942; note Daimler Scout Car and Churchill tank in background


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