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Chasseur de chars M10 77e régiment de chasseur-anti-chars, 11 St Division blindée, ont traversé le canal Maas-Schelde (Meuse-Escaut combine Canal de jonction) dans la ville de Sint-Hubrehts-Lila (Sint Huibrechts - Lille) sur la question du pont Bailey (Belgique), 20 septembre 1944

Wolverine tank destroyers of Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944

A heavily camouflaged Sherman tank crosses a Bailey bridge over the River…

A heavily camouflaged Sherman tank crosses a Bailey bridge over the River Santerno near Imola, 12 April

Achilles 17-pdr tank destroyers passing through Cahanges during the advance towards Aunay-sur-Odon, 2 August 1944.

A British Achilles tank destroyer (an American Wolverine modified to carry the powerful British 17 pounder anti-tank gun) stops in the street.

Churchill tanks crossing a Bailey bridge over the Antwerp-Turnhout canal at Rijckevorsel during the attack north of Antwerp, 22 October 1944. IWM

Churchill tanks crossing a Bailey bridge over the Antwerpen-Turnhout canal at Rijkevorsel during the attack north of Antwerpen, 22 october 1944 (IWM).

Een fotoverkenner nam tegen de avond op 18 september deze foto (let op de lange schaduwen)

Een fotoverkenner nam tegen de avond op 18 september deze foto (let op de lange schaduwen)

American paratroopers of the 101st Airborne Division walk past a destroyed truck in the town of Veghel, 1944. #WW2

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Operation Market Garden, Airborne paratroopers move past a burning truck in the town of Veghel on September The Americans were desperate to reopen Hell's Highway as the British Airborne at Arnhem suffered terribly under German counterattacks.

A column of Cromwell and Sherman Firefly tanks of 1st RTR 7th Armoured Division enters Lisieux 23 or 24 August 1944. In the background is the Basilica of St Therese.

AUG 23 1944 Normandy: the British breakout begins A column of Cromwell and Sherman Firefly tanks of RTR, Armoured Division, enters Lisieux, 23 or 24 August In the background is the Basilica of St Therese.

4 July 1944 Normandy. Bailey bridge being built by 72nd Field Company Royal Engineers at St Loup Hors nr Bayeaux #DDay70 http://twitter.com/sommecourt/status/484939706270883841/photo/1

A Bailey bridge being built by Field Company, Royal Engineers at Saint-Loup-Hors, near Bayeux, 4 July

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