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BHC 000689 German Prisoners of war


The first German prisoners are brought back to the river through 125th (Scottish) Division's lines ready to be transported across to the Allied shore in the Buffalo LVTs of 79th Armoured Division

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BHC 000690 Churchill and his Generals


Prime Minister Winston Churchill, FM Alanbrooke and FM Montgomery ride across the Rhine in a landing craft. The group were visiting US Ninth Army's bridgehead with Lt Gen Simspon and some of his commanders. ...

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BHC 000691 1st Cheshire Regiment


Troops of the 1st Cheshire Regiment arrive on the banks of the Rhine beside Wesel on the morning after the assault to support 1st Commando Brigade's hold on the town. The ruins of the old railway brdieg ...

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BHC 000692 Commandos and Prisoners of War


Commandos in Wesel seem pleased with their bag of German prisoners. The captives themselves also appear releived to be out of battle

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BHC 000693 Commandos man a Vickers Gun


Men from a support troop from one of the commandos in Wesel man their Vickers machine guns on the northern outskirts of Wesel. The photograph ws taken on the morning after the assault as the commandos ...

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BHC 000694 Ruins of Wesel


The ruins of Wesel taken a few days after its capture. At the top of the photo the two American built bridges across the Rhine and the reminas of the old railway bridge can be seen.

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BHC 000695 15th Scottish Div board Buffaloes


More troops of 15th (Scottish) Division board Buffaloes from 79th Armoured Division to be ferried across the Rhine on the morning after the night assault.

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BHC 000696 15th Scottish Division come ashore


A section of men from 15th (Scottish) Division arrive on the German side of the Rhine after crossing the river in stormboats. The early morning light suggests that the troops are the follow up infantry ...

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BHC 000697 DD Tanks of 44 RTR


Duplex Drive (DD) Sherman tanks of the 44th Royal Tank Regiment (part of 4th Armoured Brigade) are launched from the Allied side of the Rhine to cross the river in support of 15th (Scottish) Division. ...

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BHC 000698 15 Scottish Division in Stormboats


Troops of 15th (Scottish) DIvision cross the Rhine in stormboats in daylight on the morning of 24 March

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BHC 000699 6 Pdr Anti Tank gun in Hamminkeln


The day after the airborne landings a 6-pdr anti-tank gun guards a road junction on the outskirts of Hamminkeln. The gun was flown in on board a Horsa glider by men of the 6th Airlanding Brigade

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BHC 000700 British and US troops meet


A paratrooper from US XVIII Airborne Corps welcomes a British tanker into the American bridgehead with a cigarette

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BHC 000701 154th Brigade board stormboats


Troops of 154th Brigade from 51st (Highland) Division board stromboats ready for their swift journey across the Rhine early in the morning 24th March. The men are most likely from the 1st Black Watch the ...

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BHC 000702 British Achilles Self Propelled gun


A British Achilles self-propelled gun armed with a 17-pdr weapon crosses the main glider landing ground LZ P east of Hamminkeln

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BHC 000703 Comet Tank


The latest British tank to enter the fighting in north-west Europe was the Comet, which arrived in small quanitites in late December 1944. Here a comet of 11th Armoured Division joins in the drive across ...

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BHC 000704 53rd Welsh Division


Troops of the 53rd (Welsh) Division advance eastwards from the Rhine bridgehead in the relative security of a Kangaroo armoured personnel carrier provided by 79th Armoured Division. The carriers were modified ...

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BHC 000705 Scottish Infantry cooking


Scottish infantry of the Highland Division have their first meal on the far side of the Rhine on the morning after the night attack

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BHC 000706 American Light Chaffee Tanks


American light Chaffee tanks disembark from US naval landing craft after crossing the Rhine. US Navy LCVP Unit No 3 provided 24 LCVP (Landing Craft Vehicle and Personnel) and 24 LCM (Landing Craft Medium) ...

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BHC 000707 Montgomery's Generals


FM Montgomery sporting his usual headgear of a black beret is flanked by American corps and divisional commanders on a visit to Lt Gen Bill SImpsons US ninth Army's HQ. Front row from left to right: Maj ...

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BHC 000708 Naval LCVPs


Naval LCVPs were shipped over to Germany for Operation Plunder. The craft went by canal from Antwerp and were then loaded onto tank transporters at Neerharen, before being transferred by road to the Rhine ...

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