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RCE patching a crater in Rue de Bayeux 10 July 1944

RCE patching a crater in Rue de Bayeux 10 July 1944

Caen, july 1944.

Caen, july 1944.

All sizes | p011896 Caen, le bas de la rue de Bayeux | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | p011896 Caen, le bas de la rue de Bayeux | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A French woman sits with German prisoners under Canadian guard on the outskirts of Caen, 19 July 1944.

A French woman sits with German prisoners under Canadian guard on the outskirts of Caen, 19 July 1944.

All sizes | p010274 rue de Bayeux à Caen | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | p010274 rue de Bayeux à Caen | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | p010274. 10 au 16 rue de Bayeux à Caen | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | p010274. 10 au 16 rue de Bayeux à Caen | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Caen, rue de Bayeux | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

All sizes | Caen, rue de Bayeux | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Wing Commander J E 'Johnnie' Johnson, commanding No. 144 (Canadian) Wing, on the the wing of his Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX with his Labrador retriever Sally, at Bazenville, Normandy, 31 July 1944.

Wing Commander J E 'Johnnie' Johnson, commanding No. 144 (Canadian) Wing, on the the wing of his Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX with his Labrador retriever Sally, at Bazenville, Normandy, 31 July 1944.

Rue du Vaugueux, Caen

Rue du Vaugueux, Caen

Handley Page Halifax B Mark III, LW127 'HL-F', of No. 429 Squadron RCAF, in flight over Mondeville, France, after losing its entire starboard tailplane to bombs dropped by another Halifax above it. LW127 was one of 942 aircraft of Bomber Command despatched to bomb German-held positions, in support of the Second Army attack in the Normandy battle area (Operation GOODWOOD), on the morning of 18 July 1944. The crew managed to abandon the aircraft before it crashed in the target area.

Handley Page Halifax B Mark III, LW127 'HL-F', of No. 429 Squadron RCAF, in flight over Mondeville, France, after losing its entire starboard tailplane to bombs dropped by another Halifax above it. LW127 was one of 942 aircraft of Bomber Command despatched to bomb German-held positions, in support of the Second Army attack in the Normandy battle area (Operation GOODWOOD), on the morning of 18 July 1944. The crew managed to abandon the aircraft before it crashed in the target area.

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