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ARMOURED DIVISION ADVANCE OVER SEINE AUGUST 1944 (B 9807) A Sexton 25-pounder self-propelled gun of 11th Armoured Division crosses the River Seine on a Bailey bridge, 30 August 1944

Wolf’s Lair (Poland). 'The Wolf’s Lair, Hitler’s headquarters during WWII, was so well designed that the Allies had no idea it existed until it was overrun by the Red Army in 1945. They might not have needed to had one of Hitler’s own men, Colonel Claus von Stauff enberg, been more successful in his bid to assassinate the Führer here six months earlier. The ramshackle location takes a little imagination to appreciate fully.'

A Churchill tank uses a Churchill Ark to scale a sea wall, 79th Armoured Division, Saxmundham area, 11 March 1944.

Stefan Tomaszewski, 11-years old Polish volunteer soldier during the Warsaw Uprising, August 1944, Warsaw, Poland

Grave of a fallen Polish soldier on Bouden Street, in the Warsaws city centre, Poland. Warsaw Uprising, 19th August 1944

A carrier crew of British 8th Rifle Brigade hands out chocolate to Dutch civilians during the advance of 11th Armoured Division in Holland, 22 September 1944.