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Scottish Tank Crew in Burma - 1945

Scottish Tank Crew in Burma - 1945

Canadian M4 Sherman tank near the French village of Vaucelles during the initial advance from the beaches of Normandy, Late June 1944.

Canadian M4 Sherman tank near the French village of Vaucelles during the initial advance from the beaches of Normandy, Late June 1944.

Men of the 4th (Highland) Mountain Brigade with 2.75 inch mountain gun, Kamberli, Salonika Front, in June 1918 just before the final offensive that caused the collapse of Bulgaria and the German southern protective belt June 1918.

Men of the 4th (Highland) Mountain Brigade with 2.75 inch mountain gun, Kamberli, Salonika Front, in June 1918 just before the final offensive that caused the collapse of Bulgaria and the German southern protective belt June 1918.

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Captain Weir and Corporal Picken in the turret of their Sherman tank, 'Cairngorm', 116th Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps, between Taungtha and Meiktila, 15 March 1945.

Captain Weir and Corporal Picken in the turret of their Sherman tank, 'Cairngorm', 116th Regiment, Royal Armoured Corps, between Taungtha and Meiktila, 15 March 1945.

M551 Sheridan. Great concept that should have been developed further.

M551 Sheridan. Great concept that should have been developed further.

Soldiers of the Queen - Veteran Sergeant 1st Caithness Volunteer Artillery

Soldiers of the Queen - Veteran Sergeant 1st Caithness Volunteer Artillery

Infantry A11 Matilda Mk.1 "Deoch" of the 4th Royal Tank Regiment, 7th Armoured Division with the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in France. 12 January 1940.

Infantry A11 Matilda Mk.1 "Deoch" of the 4th Royal Tank Regiment, 7th Armoured Division with the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in France. 12 January 1940.

Unloading a landing craft of troops and vehicles of the 15th Indian Corps at Elephant Point, south of Rangoon at the beginning of operation 'Dracula', 2 May 1945. SE 3914

Unloading a landing craft of troops and vehicles of the 15th Indian Corps at Elephant Point, south of Rangoon at the beginning of operation 'Dracula', 2 May 1945. SE 3914

Soldiers of the Queen - Sergeant David H. Muir - Edinburgh Artillery Volunteers

Soldiers of the Queen - Sergeant David H. Muir - Edinburgh Artillery Volunteers

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