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British Official War Photograph.  Beaufighters Strike Oil in Burma. Undated (c.1944-45).  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
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British Official War Photograph. Beaufighters Strike Oil in Burma. Undated (c.1944-45). World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back, with the following information; British Official Photograph. C. 4432. XF. AIR MINISTRY PHOTOGRAPH. CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. BEAUFIGHTERS STRIKE OIL IN BURMA. A harmless looking farm cart trundling along a country road between Kyaukpadung and Popaywa was sighted by R.A.F. Beaufighters flying overhead. One of the pilots was suspicious of the load on the cart and decided to attack it. After his first burst of fire the cart exploded and caught fire. Clouds of smoke and flames showed that the Beaufighter had hit a supply of oil on its way to the Japanese fighting zone. Picture shows: Smoke rising in a huge black pillar as the cart's load of petrol burnt on the road. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232126 1.00 
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British Official War Photograph.  Burma. 36th British Division in drive to open Burma Road. Undated (c.1944-45).  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
2 Original Photograph
British Official War Photograph. Burma. 36th British Division in drive to open Burma Road. Undated (c.1944-45). World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back, with the following information; BRITISH OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH. 3.X. 372. XF. SOUTH EAST ASIA. CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. BURMA. 36TH BRITISH DIVISION IN DRIVE TO OPEN BURMA ROAD. Four main Allied Army groups are advancing on to Mandalay, Burma / China transport centre. The 5th Indian Division has advanced from Imphal to Kalewa, the objective of the East African Division pushing down from the North. The 36th British Division, with whom these pictures were taken, have advanced from Mogaung, via Mawlu to Rinwe, from whence a railway runs down to Mandalay. Chinese troops under U.S. General Viedermeyer and General Sultan, are driving on to the Burma Road from the North and North East. Picture Shows: A Battery commanded by Major G. T. Hackett fires a 3.7 Howitzer (light artillery) at enemy in Burma Hills. Battery is under fire. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232119 1.00 
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British Official War Photograph.  Damage to Berlin Charlottenburg Short Wave-Station. Undated (c.1944).  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
3 Original Photograph
British Official War Photograph. Damage to Berlin Charlottenburg Short Wave-Station. Undated (c.1944). World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back, with the following information; Picture Shows: Damage to Berlin Short Wave-Station. Damage to the Charlottenburg short-wave radio transmitting station Berlin, is revealed by a new R. A. F. reconnaissance of Berlin. After recent Allied Attacks, several of the buildings have suffered damage and the long shadow cast by the radio mast can be clearly seen (top centre). Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232117 1.00 
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British Official War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: Front Line R.A.F. Support for the Army.  R.A.F. Typhoons.  Armourers preparing the rockets.  (Undated c.1944). World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
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British Official War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: Front Line R.A.F. Support for the Army. R.A.F. Typhoons. Armourers preparing the rockets. (Undated c.1944). World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back with the following information; BRITISH OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH. CL. 443. (XF). CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. LIBERATION OF EUROPE: FRONT LINE R.A.F. SUPPORT FOR THE ARMY. R.A.F. Rocket Firing Typhoons have given the Army what is probably the closest air support of the war, attacking targets behind enemy lines from the air strips within three miles of the Front Line and under shell fire. When the Army called for a certain target to be destroyed by the Typhoons, the R.A.F. answered the call in record time. Briefing took place at 3.30; the pilots took off at 3.45 - and after getting to their aircraft from Flying Control, starting up and taxying to take-off point - they were attacking their target at 4 o'clock; were back over their landing strip with wheels down at two minutes past four; had landed at five past four; and were being interrogated at ten past four. The target was so close to the airfield that the ground crews could watch their Typhoons dive down and release their rockets, and were able to see the subsequent explosions. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232127 1.00 
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British Official War Photograph.  W.A.A.F. Volunteer Medical Service. British Medical Services. Undated (c.1944).  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
5 Original Photograph
British Official War Photograph. W.A.A.F. Volunteer Medical Service. British Medical Services. Undated (c.1944). World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back, with the following information; British Official Photograph. CH. 14194. XF. Air Ministry Photograph. Crown Copyright Reserved. W.A.A.F. Volunteer Medical Service. When air ambulances evacuating seriously wounded men from the battle areas run into bad weather, they make an emergency landing on an R.A.F. Fighter Command airfield on the south-east of England. There the wounded are off-loaded by airmen and looked after by W.A.A.Fs - all of whom are volunteers for the job. Picture Shows: Leading aircraft woman Marie Thomas 21 year old cook from Great Yarmouth, writing a letter for a soldier who has been wounded in the face, whilst 20 year old Joyce Beresford, a clerk of 24 Spencer Road, Herne Hill, London, lights a cigarette for a man wounded in the hand. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232114 1.00 
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: British Units cross the Albert Canal. Undated (c. September 1944).  World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
6 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: British Units cross the Albert Canal. Undated (c. September 1944). World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back, with the following information; BRITISH OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH. BU. 842. XF. CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. BRITISH UNITS CROSS THE ALBERT CANAL. British troops crossed the Albert Canal in the vicinity of Beeringen on Sept. 7th. The crossing was made by means of a Bailey Bridge, and Belgian refugees made use of the bridge to cross southwards to a safer area. Picture Shows. A tank buster crossing the Albert Canal by Bailey bridge, whilst refugees make their way back into a safer area. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232125 1.00 
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: Damage to Le Havre, 9th to 11th September 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
7 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: Damage to Le Havre, 9th to 11th September 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is known; Picture Shows: Damage to the Le Havre area. This photograph is of damage in the Le Havre are between 9.9.44 and 11.9.44 including the daylight attacks by R. A. F. Bomber Command shows damage to the gun positions. It was taken by a photographic Reconnaissance unit Aircraft under the direction of R. A. F. Coastal Command. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232107 1.00 
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: Normandy: R. A. F. Typhoons hit German Road and Rail Supplies, July 1944.  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
8 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: Normandy: R. A. F. Typhoons hit German Road and Rail Supplies, July 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is known; Picture issued July 1944. Normandy: R. A. F. Typhoons hit German road and Rail Supplies. Picture shows: Smoke trails mark the tracks of rockets as they speed towards the target during an attack by Royal Air Force Typhoons on German communications behind the Western front. The burst from a direct hit on a railway line can be seen at the bottom of the photograph. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232112 1.00 
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: Operation Tenement. Raid on the Island of Symi, 13-15th July 1944.  World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
9 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: Operation Tenement. Raid on the Island of Symi, 13-15th July 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is known; A small body of specially trained British and Greek troops are forcing the Germans to keep garrisons amounting to many thousands of men in the Aegean Islands. In addition, the enemy has been forced to mount a large number of guns to protect his harbours and supply vessels at a time when he need every available man and weapon for the Eastern and Western fronts. In two months, patrols of one such Anglo/Greek detachment alone have made 20 raids and reconnaissance into the heart of the enemy held island. Pictures have been taken showing these units on and awaiting operations, and during the raid on the island of SYMI, (July 1944) when in a 24 hours action they liquidated the entire enemy garrison of the island. Picture shows: Having landed on SYMI, these two men are covering an enemy occupied billet while their comrades creep forward to take it. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232106 1.00 
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: R. A. F. Bomber Command Attack Paris, Vaires Railway Yards, July 18th 1944.  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
10 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: R. A. F. Bomber Command Attack Paris, Vaires Railway Yards, July 18th 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is known; R. A. F. Bomber Command Attack Paris / Vaires Railway Yards. Picture shows: This reconnaissance photograph of Vaires railway yards was taken by an R. A. F. Coastal Command by R. A. F. Bomber Command on July 18th. These railway yards had been badly damaged in previous raids, and in comparison with photograph previously issued (C. 4267) taken following the attack by Bomber Command on the night of March 2 9/30th 1944 a fresh concentration of damage is seen across the centre of the target. It will be recalled that these yards were also attacked more recently by Bomber Command on the nights of June 2 7/2 8th and July 7th/8th. The greater part of the damage from those attacks has not yet been repaired and in many places the damaged rolling stock has not been moved. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232111 1.00 
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: R. A. F. Bomber Command Attacks Coastal Defence Batteries in France, May 27th, 1944.  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
11 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: R. A. F. Bomber Command Attacks Coastal Defence Batteries in France, May 27th, 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is known; R. A. F. Bomber Command Attacks Coastal Defence Batteries in France. On the night of May 27th 1944, aircraft of R. A. F. Bomber Commanded attached a six gun coastal defence battery at St. Valery en Caux. Four of the gun positions received direct hits, and were largely destroyed. Picture shows: The remains of the six gun coastal defence battery at St. Valery en Caux are shown after R.A.F. Bomber Command's attack. The gun positions are outlined in white. Four of these have received direct hits. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232109 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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British War Photograph.  Liberation of Europe: Rome, June 1944.  World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
12 Original Photograph
British War Photograph. Liberation of Europe: Rome, June 1944. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Printed to the back, with the following information; BRITISH OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH. BNA. 16110. XF. WAR OFFICE PHOTOGRAPH. CROWN COPYRIGHT RESERVED. FAMOUS BRITISH REGIMENT BECOMES GARRISON FOR ROME. The Duke of Wellington's Regiment marched into Rome on 8th June, 1944 to take up the task of guarding the City. General Mark Clark, 5th Army Commander, took the salute as the British Infantry marched in to the City. Picture Shows: General Mark Clark, 5th Army Commander, takes the salute as, led by pipers, men of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment march in to garrison Rome. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232123 1.00 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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British War Photograph.  War in the Pacific: Driving the Japs out of Changteh (Changde), 1943.  World War 2.  Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
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British War Photograph. War in the Pacific: Driving the Japs out of Changteh (Changde), 1943. World War 2. Black & White. 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
This is an original Photograph from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is given; Picture Shows: Driving the Japs out of Changteh. Cameraman "newsreel" Wong was right on the heels of China's charging infantrymen as they stormed into the pulverised city of Changteh, heart of China's Rice Bowl, to inflict the most humiliating defeat the Japs have suffered in the China "incident". This city changed hands four times in forty days and less than two score of its ten thousand buildings remain undamaged. Only 300 of Marshal Chiang-Kai-Shek's heroic fifty-seventh division survived the battle, but the battle they won ranks with Stalingrad. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232115 1.00 
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British War Photographs.  Liberation of Europe: 2 views of R. A. F. Bomber Command?s Attack on Tours Airfield, May 7-8th, 1944.  World War 2.  Black & White. Each 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms., Original Photograph
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British War Photographs. Liberation of Europe: 2 views of R. A. F. Bomber Command?s Attack on Tours Airfield, May 7-8th, 1944. World War 2. Black & White. Each 8 x 10 inches, 20 x 26 cms.

1944 Very Good Condition Photograph 
These are original Photographs from World War 2. Likely produced for propaganda and press use. Nothing printed to the back, but the following information is known; R. A. F. Bomber Command's Attack on Tours Airfield. Aircraft of R. A. F. Bomber Command attacked the airfield at Tours on the night of May 7/8. Earlier, aircraft of the VIII U.S. Fighter Command attacked this airfield on April 28th and 30th April. These photographs were taken after the last attack by R. A. F. Bomber Command. The sum of the attacks were distributed among the North, South and West hangar areas, damage being heaviest in Main Station Buildings, and barracks, many of the buildings being destroyed. Picture shows: The Main Station building, barracks, hangars and Allied buildings, before the attack by aircraft of R. A. F. Bomber Command on the night of May 7/8 and attacks by aircraft of the VIII U.S. Fighter Command on April 28th and 30th. Small tear to lower margin, with no loss of image. TOGETHER WITH Picture shows:- After the attack on Tours airfield by aircraft of R. A. F. Bomber Command on May 7/8. Great damage has been done to installations, buildings, barracks, and hangars. The areas shown in this photograph is the same as that in photo No. C.4347. Removed from an old scrapbook, so the back of the photograph has marks on the back, not affecting the front. Item Type: Photo. Quantity Available: 1. Category: War Photographs; Collectables. Paperback 232108 1.00 
Price: 20.00 GBP
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