Watering places of Normandy – more from Cook’s invaluable 1883 handbook – Normandy Then and Now
AUG 19 1942 Operation Jubilee – the raid on Dieppe A naval motor-launch seen with four of the landing craft personnel (large) used during the Combined Operations daylight raid on Dieppe. The landing craft are numbered (left – right) LCP (L) 85, LCP (L) 41, number not visible and R 145.
British commandos who took part in The Dieppe Raid 'Operation Jubilee' at Newhaven, South of England. 19 August 1942 The Soldier with the bandaged leg is Gunner Len Ruskin of 'B' Troop and the one wearing the German cap is Private E.L. Fraser of 'F' Troop both of Group 2, 4/Commando on their return in landing craft (LCAs) at Newhaven Harbour, East Sussex, England.
Herbert Gordon Warlow etching, "Notre Dame de Caudebec"
Urbanisme et reconstruction à Caen de Marc Brillaud de Laujardière, Georges Cazin, Pierre Auvray et Robert Carabie http://documentation.unicaen.fr/clientBookline/service/reference.asp?INSTANCE=incipio&OUTPUT=PORTAL&DOCID=default:UNIMARC:550311&DOCBASE=SARA2EVERFLORA
The most terrible lesson of all – Dieppe Raid 1942
El pasado y el presente, unidos en los escenarios del desembarco (FOTOS) | Huffington Post
Commandos (wearing berets) and 9th Battalion men (in helmets and bulky Denison smocks) in Amfreville.