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Australian crew of a Baby 25 pr field gun in Markham Valley, New Guinea, 28 Aug 1944; they were Sergeant J. O. Kennedy, gunner J. L. Kirby, and gunner T. M. NaughtinGeneral Bernard Montgomery and Reverend H.L. Hughes, Deputy Chaplain General, inspecting a mobile church newly arrived in France, Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.
Australian crew of a Baby 25 pr field gun in Markham Valley, New Guinea, 28 Aug 1944; they were Sergeant J. O. Kennedy, gunner J. L. Kirby, and gunner T. M. NaughtinGeneral Bernard Montgomery and Reverend H.L. Hughes, Deputy Chaplain General, inspecting a mobile church newly arrived in France, Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.
Generals Dwight Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.German StuG III Ausf. G assault gun fighting near Sanguszki and Konwiktorska Street, Warsaw, Poland, 28 Aug 1944
Generals Dwight Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery at Montgomery’s mobile headquarters in Blay, Normandy, France, 28 Aug 1944.German StuG III Ausf. G assault gun fighting near Sanguszki and Konwiktorska Street, Warsaw, Poland, 28 Aug 1944
Map of Southern France during Operation Dragoon, 15-28 Aug 1944Prudential building in Warsaw, Poland exploding as it was hit by a shell from a German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, 28 Aug 1944
Map of Southern France during Operation Dragoon, 15-28 Aug 1944Prudential building in Warsaw, Poland exploding as it was hit by a shell from a German Karl-Gerät self-propelled howitzer, 28 Aug 1944
Two German prisoners being taken to the 6th Division Prisoner of War Encampment, Brest, France 28 Aug 1944US Army medics removing a casualty from the battlefield to an aid station in an air shelter, near Brest, France, 28 Aug 1944
Two German prisoners being taken to the 6th Division Prisoner of War Encampment, Brest, France 28 Aug 1944US Army medics removing a casualty from the battlefield to an aid station in an air shelter, near Brest, France, 28 Aug 1944


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"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You win the war by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country!"

George Patton, 31 May 1944