The War Illustrated No 184 Vol 8 July 7th 1944

Edited by Sir John fiammerfon JULY 7.1944 fs VICTORY FOR OUR ARMOUR NEAR BAYEUX was the outcome of the first heavy clash with enemy tanks in Normandy on June 9,1944 above, a British tank crew, wrapped in blankets, is seen taking a brief rest between spells of violent action. Brought across miles of water by ship, or landed from the air, our armoured monsters pushed on inland. Trying to stem the flow, especially in the Caen area, the Germans threw into battle increasing numbers of tanks, including the big Mark VI Tigers. Photo, British Ufficiii' NO. 185 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY, JULY 21
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