The War Illustrated No 185 Vol 8 July 21st 1944

i k i//?£i\ 4 i/f n E°ms d i ted b y Sir John Hammer f o n SIXPENCES JULY 21,19441<<¦ i *is‘ 'OPENING THE GATES OF FRANCE REDEEMED—symbolic of the complete liberation of all enemy-occupied territories—General de Gaulle (right), accompanied by high-ranking French officers, enters Bayeux, cleared of the Germans by our Forces on June 8,1944. First French town to be freed, Bayeux has twice before been occupied by English soldiers—in 1346, at the start of the Hundred Years War, and again in 1417, in the reign of King Henry Y. Photo, Plane! News N O .18 G WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY, AUGUST 4
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