1950- Final day at the Hungham beachhead finds U.N. troops marching into an LST which will transport them to South Korea.
Happy Father’s Day from The National WWII Museum.
On your own Fido, I’ll just wait here … .
c. 1920: The Grey Man’s Path, Ballycastle
U.S. soldier fires at enemy from behind cover of motorcyle during maneuvers of American forces in England. 1942 @USArmy #WWII
The wrecked rear turret of Avro Lancaster B Mark I, ED413 ‘DX-M’ “Minnie the Moocher”, of No. 57 Squadron RAF at Scampton, Lincolnshire, after returning from a night raid to Oberhausen, Germany.