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British Jersey Memorial 50m
Did you know the Campaign has over 2000+ Supporters and by joining the campaign you will help those who went through the Occupation in Jersey during WW2 get recognition they deserve.
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WWII Pictures 42m
A Sherman tank of 4th County of London Yeomanry fording the Volturno river at Grazzanise, Italy, October 1943.
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Jeff Stauffer 13m
Happy 102nd Birthday and to my Grandfather. Thanks for your service!
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True North Books 14m
Smiling female munition workers in , getting into a lorry to go home after a long day of work in May, 1943.
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📚Booksicon 5m
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SAS-LRDG-ROH Nov 10
PLEASE RT to help find next of kin of this 2nd member so that they can attend the opening of a new memorial to him and his mates shot after capture 1944 Parachutist Frederick Leonard AUSTIN [6287803] DoB 29/10/19 of Kemsley Village, Sittingbourne Lets do this Twitter!
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UNARMOURED 👕 6m
Hi new t-shirt designs added! 👀 Perfect for those WWII buffs in your life.
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Craig Hanson🔑 20h
wish I could talk to my grandfather more about and life on this Veteran’s Day, but I’m thankful for the lessons he was able to share with me while we were both on this earth together🇺🇸🦅⛪️🙏 Rest In Peace, Clyde MacCallum Ready (1921-2018)
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Calum Douglas 4h
Many thanks to who has helped analyse reports by on "g" limits for the Me109E and Spitfire I wings. It "appears" that there is less than 1g difference between them, the bad news is the two tests differ enough in method that we`re still not sure ! :)
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Calum Douglas 1h
Geoffrey Wilde helped develop the Merlin engine at Rolls-Royce in , and also later, jet engines. With kind permission from Rolls-Royce Heritage, I copy below what Geoffrey wrote about his intial job interview at RR. I have had some interviews that felt like this too !
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lesley m neilson 4m
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RG Poulussen 13h
in 1944, Calais, France. Former recruiting office of the infamous Waffen SS. Some 500,000 non-Germans joined.
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Sonia Nov 11
Today we have been making an Anderson shelter for homework
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The Secrets of Radar Nov 10
Without your help, the secret history of 15000+ Canadian radar veterans is at risk of being silenced once again. Please support your Secrets of Radar Museum. Link in…
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oneiroi Nov 11
My dad right before he deployed to Europe, He is 92 and going strong.
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YorkyC 1h
Please help and RT
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RG Poulussen 3h
1945. The Cromwell tank, combined high speed from a powerful and reliable engine and reasonable armour. Served in armoured reconnaissance regiments. 4,016 were made.
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WWII Pictures Nov 8
A Sherman and Stuart tank of the French 2nd Armored Division in the morning fog near Strasbourg, November 1944.
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R.C. George 6h
To bail out of a P-38 Lightning, you have two options. 1. Invert the bird and fall out. 2. Crawl to the wing and slip down. Just don’t catch on the rear stabilizer!
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Laura Jones Nov 10
Eva has been inspired by her WW2 topic and wanted to try Spam today. The verdict is still out....😂
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