An unusual view of bomb-damaged LT-type bus, LT669, which has just been lifted from the bomb crater in Balham into which it had fallen on the night of 14 October 1940. It can be seen that the roof of the bus is missing, and all the windows have been smashed. A group of workmen are standing on the road, watching the operation. Note the damaged building on the left. Photographed by Topical Press, 30 Oct 1940 Location: Wandsworth SW17
Men of the 147th Infantry Regiment learning how to fire a captured Japanese Nambu machine gun on a heavy weapons range, photographed on New Caledonia Island (November 24, 1944). In the background, others train on American M1917 .30 caliber machine guns.
A Gurkha Havildar Havildar in the 2nd Battalion of the 5th Royal Gurkha Rifles in the Indian Army during World War II