Robert Harding

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797-11493 - France, Brittany, Isle de Sein, Memorial commemorating the 128 islanders who fled imminent Nazi occupation by fishing boat to join the Free French Forces in England in 1940.
817-455472 - Shoo Shoo Baby is the name of a B-17 Flying Fortress in World War II, preserved and on public display. A B-17G-35-BO, serial number 42-32076, and manufactured by Boeing, it was named by her crew for a song of the same name made popular by The Andrews Sisters, the favorite song of its crew chief T/Sgt. Hank Cordes. Photographs of the bomber indicate that a third 'Shoo' was added to the name at some point in May 1944 when the original aircraft commander completed his tour of duty and was replaced by another pilot.
817-426447 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Cote d-Opale Area, Audinghen, Cap Gris Nez cape, Musee du Mur de Atlantique, Batterie Todt, World War Two German bunker museum, 280mm railway canon
817-426419 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Eperlecques, Le Blockhaus de Eperlecques, World War Two German V2 rocket bunker, interior with replica of V2 rocket
817-426424 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Mimoyecques, Fortresse de Mimoyecques, World War Two German HDP / V3 super-gun bunker, bunker interior
817-426449 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Cote d-Opale Area, Audinghen, Cap Gris Nez cape, Musee du Mur de Atlantique, Batterie Todt, World War Two German bunker museum, exterior
817-426421 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Mimoyecques, Fortresse de Mimoyecques, World War Two German HDP / V3 super-gun bunker, bunker entrance
817-426420 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Eperlecques, Le Blockhaus de Eperlecques, World War Two German V2 rocket bunker, bombs and road sign for Dunkerque
817-426448 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Cote d-Opale Area, Audinghen, Cap Gris Nez cape, Musee du Mur de Atlantique, Batterie Todt, World War Two German bunker museum, exterior
817-426536 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Vimy, Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada, World War One battle site and memorial to Canadian troops, Canadian cemetery Number 2
817-426537 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Vimy, Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada, World War One battle site and memorial to Canadian troops, Canadian cemetery Number 2
817-426497 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Nord Department, French Flanders Area, Dunkerque, Princess Elizabeth, small ship used in the World War Two evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk in 1940
817-426423 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Mimoyecques, Fortresse de Mimoyecques, World War Two German HDP / V3 super-gun bunker, memorial to Lt Joseph Kennedy, brother of US President John F Kennedy, killed in a raid on the site, August 12, 1944
817-426538 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Vimy, Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada, World War One battle site and memorial to Canadian troops, Canadian cemetery Number 2
817-426446 - France, Nord-Pas de Calais Region, Pas de Calais Department, Cote d-Opale Area, Audinghen, Cap Gris Nez cape, Musee du Mur de Atlantique, Batterie Todt, World War Two German bunker museum, exterior
797-10652 - France, Brittany, Pointe du Petit-Minou, WW2 German fortification at the Pointe du Petit-Minou at the entrance to the Straits of Brest located just behind the lighthouse.
1067-36 - Freediver and WWII plane wreck. Yap, Federated States of Micronesia, Pacific Ocean. More info: This is the tail of a Japanese bomber shot down over Yap during the summer of 1944 by U.S. planes.
817-246593 - France, Bas-Rhin, Alsace Region, Natzwiller, Le Struthof former Nazi Concentration Camp, only Nazi-run camp on French territory in World War Two, barbed wire and barracks