RM2JN6TD1–The 8th Army's Recapture of Sollum - Ono man held up for a time by the break in the road out of Sollum whilst the commander of the 8th army, Lt. General Sir Bernard Montgomery, K.C.B. he improved the situation by sitting down to a pinic lunch.Hot on the hools of Rommel's flooing troops, the Eighth army swept into Sollum and up Halfaya pass a few miles away. The navy co-operated closely with the army, bringing up supplies and landing them at suitable points, thus saving at moto transport. November 1, 1942. (Photo by British Official Photograph).
RM2JN6TCK–J. M. Mitchell trainer 1944 Sydney cup winner *****. April 10, 1944.
RM2JN6TEG–A low level oblique photograph taken from one of the attacking R.A.F. Liberators, shows a bomb exploding in the centre of the bridge.R.A.F. Heavies Strike In Malaya: In a round trip of nearly 2,500 miles from bases in India, R.A.F. Liberators of Strategic Air Force, Eastern Air Command, smashed a 600 foot three span girder bridge at Ban-Tam-Kam, on the Bangkok-Singapore railway. The bridge, 600 miles north of Singapore, had been hit before, but the new strike has demolished it - denying the enemy the use of a vital supply link for their armies resisting in Lower Burma and Siam. July 09, 1945.
RM2JN6TCJ–Queen Mary At Vegetables Show -- Queen Mary interested in the exhibits. Queen Mary visited the first big wartime garden produce show which is being held at Cheltenham Organised by the Cheltenham Council proceeds go to the Red Cross. September 26, 1941. (Photo by Fox Photos).
RM2JN6TN0–'16' any '(woman) of Karamantina village tribe'. March 11, 1934.
RM2JN6TD0–Syracuse's Coastal Defenses Change Hands -- Coastal defends positions commanding Syracuse harbour and the surrounding seas were overcome by the Commands. The guns were in firing order and are now being manned by British Coastal Defence batteries under the command of Major J.V. Kelly, D.S.O. July 29, 1943. (Photo by British Official Photograph).
RM2JN6TDX–Gifts From America -- Some of the gifts from America being sorted by British Red Cross nurses for distribution.British Red Cross nurses are distributing gifts from America and elsewhere to various hospitals in the country. March 07, 1941. (Photo by Fox Photos).
RM2JN6TCW–Queen Mary Visits Army Establishments In Southern England -- Queen Mary chatting to some of the children with their nurse while visiting Queen Mary's Home for the children of Soldier's Families. Queen Mary made a comprehensive visit to various Army establishments in the South of England, during which she inspected the Army School of cookery, visited a Home for Children of Soldier's Families and took the salute at a march past of an Ontario Regiment of which she is Colonel-in-Chief. September 11, 1941.
RM2JN6TNF–Stella Swinney, Dept. Postwar reconstruction. June 27, 1946.
RM2JN6TM3–Lt. Michael Parker, R.N. (ret.) -- Equerry to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. August 19, 1949. (Photo by Baron, Camera Press).
RM2JN6TE1–May Day in Moscow-Troops Parade -- This radio picture from Moscow, released by Sovphoto, shows, according to the Caption accompanying it; the May Day parade of troops of the Moscow Garrison on Red Square. May 02, 1950.
RM2JN6TN4–First Airborne Army Lands In Holland -- Pictures taken from an R.A.F photographic Reconnaissance spitfire, of the scene in Holland when the Allied airborne army carried out its first great operation on September 17th.Gliders filling one end of the filed after the great allied invasion. November 20, 1944. (Photo by British Official Photograph).
RM2JN6TMJ–West Ridings Capture Arnhem -- This time it is the Germans who are being marched out of Arnhem - here are the first prisoners captured by the west ridings in the town.The 49th (west riding) division fighting under Canadian command has captured Arnhem and avenged the battering British airborne troops suffered when they attacked the town last September. April 15, 1945. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TC1–Queen Mary - General Scenes 1945-1948 - Royalty. June 25, 1945.
RM2JN6TN8–Jack Parker pictured during a 1938 Australian tour. October 16, 1938.
RM2JN6TMN–Sir F. and Lady Sykes -- Sir Frederick SykesIt was announced last night that the King has appointed Major-General Sir Frederick Sykes, former Governor of Bombay, to be a Knight Grand Commander of the owner of the Star of India, and has also awarded the Kaisar-I-Hind medal of ***** first class for public services in India, to ***** Lady Sykes. Lady Sykes is a daughter of late Mr. Bonar Law. March 19, 1934. (Photo by Sports & General Press Agency Limited).
RM2JN6TDB–Prime Minister In Normandy Again *****: General Montgomery introduces one of the his puppies 'Rommel' to the Prime Minister. Mr. Winston Churchill has made a flying ***** to Normandy to receive first hand ***** of our recent advances from General Montgomery and General Bradley. August 07, 1944.
RM2JN6TEP–Jap Civilians In Round-Up On Okinawa: An aged Japanese (left), and young Japanese mother and her infant (right), were among the thousands of civilian residents of Okinawa rounded up by Yanks who invaded the Ryukyus Island. October 04, 1945. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TEA–Thomas Mitchell. July 19, 1949.
RM2JN6TKK–Three Fighting Sweeneys From America ***** -- Group-captain Charles Sweeney (second from right) with Pilot-officer Robert Sweeney (right) of the Eagle squadron, Mr. Charles Sweeney (civilian dress) and Squadron leader W.E.G. Taylor (left), commander of the Eagle Squadron, in London. Squadron - leader Taylor, former pilot in the U.S. Naval Air Service, came to Britain last year and was granted a commission in the Fleet Air Arm.***** Sweeney and his two nephew, Pilot-officer Robert Sweeney and Mrs. Charles Sweeney are three of the American volunteers now helping to defend Britain. October 09, 19
RM2JN6TMX–Juon Moria member of Bessarabia Police Force. May 14, 1940.
RM2JN6TCF–Queen Mary and Princess Royal Visit War-Disabled Men's Exhibition - Queen Mary with The Princess Royal looking at toys at the St. Dunstan's stand. Queen Mary, accompanied by the Princess Royal, this morning paid a visit to the exhibition and Sale of Goods made by War-Disabled men at the imperial institute, Kensington, which is being opened on Friday by the Duchess of Kent. November 03, 1937. (Photo by Keystone).
RM2JN6TM2–First Action Picture Of British Airbourne Forces In Holland -- Paratroops in action with 3in. Mortars firing on enemy positions across the Rhine.When the 1st., Allied the 1st. Allied Airbourne army was dropped in Holland, photographers of the Army Film and Photographic Unit were with them. This is one of the first photographs received back from them.One of the photographers writes in a letter dated Sep. 20th., 'This is the fourth day if fighting an camera work is almost of the question. All day we have been under shell, morter and machine gunfire. September 28, 1944. (Photo by British Official
RM2JN6TET–Red Cross - Overseas. December 01, 1939.
RM2JN6TD4–New German Ambassador To Tokio - A portrait of Major General E. Ott, appointed new German Ambassador in Tokio.Major General E. Ott has been appointed new German Ambassador to Tokio, where he has acted as military attach. May 16, 1938. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TEK–Sound Equipment - General & Complete Systems - Music. September 20, 1937.
RM2JN6TDP–General Montgomery at Open-Air Service in France: General Montgomery reading the lesson.General Montgomery and Lieut, Gen Sir Miles Dempsey, C-in-C, 2nd Army, were present at an open - air service for British troops 'Somewhere in France' to-day Sunday, July 16th. A harmonium provided the music and general Montgomery read the lessen. July 01, 1944.
RM2JN6TNB–E. Swinton, Jockey. February 01, 1949.
RM2JN6TE4–King And Princess Royal Ride At Newmarket - The King and Princess Royal Riding on Cambridge Heath, Newmarket, England, This Morning, April 27. Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, England, April 27 flying from Windsor yesterday, April 26, The King arrived at Egerton house, about three miles from here, for the racing. This morning, with Princess Royal and her two sons, he watched horses which are training in the Royal stables at morning exercises. With his sister, The princess royal, he also rode across the Heath. May 08, 1938. (Photo by The Associated Press).
RM2JN6TCN–Armistice Day In London -- H.M. the Queen leaving the Home Office with Sir John Simon after watching the ceremony at the Cenotaph. Group at back includes the Duke and Duchess of York, the Duke of Kent, Prince Arthur of Connaught, Princess Helena Victoria and Princess Marie Louise. November 11, 1935. (Photo by The International Graphic Press Ltd.).
RM2JN6TM9–Colin Pearce. May 12, 1944.
RM2JN6TEM–Army And Air Force Commanders And Pressmen Watch Airborne Division Demonstrations -- Air Marshal Sir A. Barratt (1), and Gen. Sir Bernard C.T. Paget (r), in conversation art an Aerodrome. General Sir Bernard C.T. Paget, (C-in-C Home Forces) and Air Marshal Sir Arthur Barratt (A.O.C.-in-C Army co-operation Command), witnessed a demonstration by an Airborne Division. Newspaper editors accompanied the commanders, to gain a background knowledge of the activities of an Airborne division. October 30, 1942. (Photo by Fox Photos).
RM2JN6TMY–Remarkable view of the volcano Mayou in eruption at the Philippine Islands. July 2, 1930.
RM2JN6TCR–The Duchess of Buccleuch after the Coronation Ceremony. June 08, 1937.
RM2JN6TDT–A Present For The Field Marshal ***** -- Field Marshal Montgomery of the ***** out his new motor-cycle after ***** presentation at Earl's Court, *****.A new 'Sunbeam' motor cycle was ***** to Field Marshal Montgomery after ***** and Motor-Cycle show, in the ***** Earl's Court, London. November 18, 1948. (Photo by Sport & General Press Agency Limited).
RM2JN6TN7–General view of astri Romania plastic. Biggest oil refinery in Europe. August 16, 1943.
RM2JN6TM6–Dutch 'Invade' Birkenhead -- A party of Dutch soldiers, part of the army that 'invaded' Birkenheas, yesterday, pictures snipping from a street corner. Though 50% of them were 'wopes out' by home guard defenders, the orange-men successfully took the town. August 25, 1941. (Photo by Keystone).
RM2JN6TKN–First Action Picture Of British Airbourne Forces In Holland -- A patrol of British Paratroops searching a ruined house in Costerbeck.When the 1st., Allied the 1st. Allied Airbourne army was dropped in Holland, photographers of the Army Film and Photographic Unit were with them. This is one of the first photographs received back from them.One of the photographers writes in a letter dated Sep. 20th., 'This is the fourth day if fighting an camera work is almost of the question. All day we have been under shell, morter and machine gunfire. September 27, 1944. (Photo by British Official Photograph)
RM2JN6TMB–Banned Street - Criers March in Protest.The protest demonstration in the streets of Bucharest.Peculiarity of the streets of this capital are the Olteni-young men from the province of 'Oltenia' who carry big baskets of fruit through the streets crying their wares as they go. But the cr4es got so loud that the authorities decided to restrict the noise in the same way as they curb the tooting of motor horns. The itinerant fruit-men resented this and staged a 'Protest' march. September 26, 1937. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TME–'Mr. Elmhurst' Leaves England:Last man in a line at London Airport yesterday ... The Sunday Express catches a picture of one of Britain's best protected Rush-Hush celebrities - Mr. Elmhurst.That is the name atom scientist Sir William Penney - Ministry of Supply Chief Superintendent of Armament Research - is using on a flight to Australia for the Big Bangs at Woomers. Members of his family were there to see him off. He was hurried through the customs; sat for several minutes in a private lounge. Before boarding the airliner he said: 'I expect to be back some time in November.' There was a 40 mi
RM2JN6TBT–Princess Royal Visits Troop Station -- The Princess Royal, leaving The Air Raid shelter after her inspection. H.R.H. The Princess Royal, paid a visit to a Troop station, 'Somewhere in the North', for a Tour of inspection during which she inspected Red Cross Nurses, and an Army Air Raid Shelter. April 27, 1940. (Photo by Keystone)
RM2JN6TMT–Sgt. Major Bogita, Superintendent Gough's right-hand man for many years. Bogita is the best native investigators in Papua. November 06, 1950.
RM2JN6TDC–The King's Jubilee -- Queen Mary when Princess of Teck. H.M. The King this year celebrates the 25th. anniversary of his accession to the throne. April 29, 1935. (Photo by Fox).
RM2JN6TCG–Lifesize wax tableau of the King and Queen in the full roles and jewels they wil near at the Jubilee celebrations. The figures are at the famous Tussauds. March 13, 1935.
RM2JN6TD3–E.P. Oppenheim. October 18, 1933.
RM2JN6TMR–Mr & Mrs Charles Black (Shirley Temple & husband) 'Egyptair' premiers. June 14, 1955.
RM2JN6TM8–'Stars' In The Silent Days -- Dorothy and Lillian Gish, whose film notivities in the early days of the silent films made them the most famous sisters of their day in the world, are seen here together for the first time for many years. They were photographed on arrival at New York after a tour of Europe. October 07, 1935. (Photo by Keystone).
RM2JN6TM4–Champions Meet. Jonathan Parkin, English R. L. captain (left), shakes hands with Australian five-eighth Harry Caples (right) while Mr. T. Caples, Harry's father, smiles happily. June 09, 1949.
RM2JN6TMC–First Action Picture Of British Airbourne Forces In Holland -- Paratroops in action with 3in. Mortars firing on enemy positions across the Rhine.When the 1st., Allied the 1st. Allied Airbourne army was dropped in Holland, photographers of the Army Film and Photographic Unit were with them. This is one of the first photographs received back from them.One of the photographers writes in a letter dated Sep. 20th., 'This is the fourth day if fighting an camera work is almost of the question. All day we have been under shell, morter and machine gunfire. September 28, 1944. (Photo by British Official
RM2JN6TCH–Princess Royal Presents Shield -- The Princess Royal, sister of King George, Presenting The Stanley shield to the winning team when she watched the nursing competitions at the Wharncliffe Rooms. May 05, 1938. (Photo by Keystone).
RM2JN6TD7–Pastor Niemoller leaving his last confirmation service. A Rare Picture Taken In 1937.Pastor Niemoller, victim of Nazi brutality, leaving Jesus Christus Kirche, Dahlem, at Easter 1937, after taking his last confirmation Service before his arrest and imprisonment in July of that year. March 01, 19452.
RM2JN6TCE–World's Largest Land-Based Bomber -- The world's largest land-based bomber, Consolidated Vultee XB-36, is being readied for its initial ground tests. The bomber is a pusher type Aircraft powered by six 3,000 horsepower Pratt & Whitney engines, has a wing spread of 230 feet, and a fuselage length of 163 feet. Initial test are scheduled for later in the summer, depending on the completion date of ground and taxi tests. June 21, 1946. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TBW–Queen Mary Visits Land Girls -- Queen Mary presenting Good Service Diamonds. Queen Mary visited the Womens Land Army Hostel at ***** near Chipping Campden, Glos, and presented Good Service Diamonds to the land girls who have worked on the land efficiently for 6 months. The Hostel is run by the Gloucestershire War Agricultural Committee and is a modernised 16th century Cotswold House. May 25, 1943. (Photo by Fox Photos).
RM2JN6TEX–Superintendent Gough (officer on left) leaving Supreme Court, Port Moresby, followed by policemen escorting two native murderers. The murderers bashed 72-year-old Tom Bowes to death with a heavy stick at Moresby last year. They are now serving Life sentences. November 06, 1950. (Photo by Papuan Prints).
RM2JN6TF0–Reinforcements Reach Okinawa: American men and equipment come ashore at Okinawa, Japanese Ryukyu Island, 375 miles from Kyushu, Japanese home Island. An LST waits to discharge its cargo - while the beach is a scene of feverish activity, as US forces prepare to move inland to reinforce US forces engaged in the bloodiest fighting yet seen in the Pacific Campaign. May 24, 1945. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TDD–Victory Messages - A Smiling Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. holds message of congratulation from President Truman before adding it to pile of nearly 2,500 on his desk here yesterday. Congratulatory messages poured in following his victory in special election for House of Representatives seat of the late Sol Bloom. May 19, 1949. (Photo by AP Wirephoto).
RM2JN6TDY–Invasion of Sicily Early Stages of the Landing -- Infantry coming down the steps from landing craft.Thousands of craft of all types were used in the invasion of Sicily, including entirely new types. Here are some of the early scene during and after the landing which began on July 10. July 17, 1943. (Photo by British Official Photo).
RM2JN6TF3–Justice Owen. July 26, 1946.
RM2JN6TDK–Umberto Nobile - Personality. August 28, 1929. (Photo by International Newsreel Photo).
RM2JN6TED–Monty Decorates Red Army Generals - (left to right) - Marshal Rokossovsky, wearing the neck band of the order of knight commander of the bath, Field - Marshal Montgomery, and Marshal Zhukov, wearing the sash of the order of knight grand cross of the order of the bath, on the Rostrom after taking the salute at the March past of Grenadier guards.Field-Marshal Montgomery decorated Marshal Zhukcy with the order of the knight Grand cross of the order of the bath, and Marshal Rokossovsky with knight commander of the bath, at a ceremonial parade in Berli, yesterday, July 12. Montgomery also invested
RM2JN6TEN–Okinawa's Ruined Capital *****: Pulverized by incessant bombardment from land, sea and air, the Okinawa capital city of Naha presents this desolate air view today as Tenth Army troops sweep toward the southern tip of the island. Straddled by the city is the Naha estuary which will be used as an important naval center from which to launch further strikes against the Japanese homeland. It is now clogged with sunken hulks and charred debris, testimony of the effectiveness of American weapons. The island in the center connected by cuaseways is Onayama. The only structures left standing in Naha, on
RM2JN6TE7–Australian Victory Flag For Montgomery: Field Marshal Montgomery seen with Mr. Beasley acknowledges the gift, on left are seen ***** Capt. T.W. Ross R.A.N. Major General A.J. Beasley and Colonel H.G. Rourke on right is Capt. Foley, R.A.N.An Australian victory flag sent by the A.I.F. Wives and Children's Welfare Association is presented to Field Marshal Lord Montgomery by the Australian Minister resident in London, Mr. J.A. Beasley, at ***** house, London. July 11, 1946. (Photo by Sport & General Press Agency, Limited).
RM2JN6TDG–After the naming of the Royal Air Force Sunderland flying-boat 'Pahanng'. From left, Mr. C.C. Brown, British President, Pahang; the Sultan of Pahang; and the Air Officer Commanding, Royal Air Force, Far East, Air Vice-Marshal J.T. Babington. December 05, 1938. (Photo by Ivan Palmer, Straits Times)
RM2JN6TN3–Native policeman with two kukukuku warriors, was taken recently during the first visit of an Administration party to the Langimar district of the New Guinea hinterland. The native with arms folded attacked Nick Leahy,a prospector, when the white men first went in. He is now a friend of the Government and of considered assistance to the patrol. June 03, 1933. (Photo by N. Penglase, Saturday Magazine).
RM2JN6TKJ–Princess Royal - General Royalty. March 01, 1937. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TC5–Princess Royal Receives Purses At League of Mercy Garden Party -- The Princess Royal receiving a purse from a girl during the garden party. The Duke of Gloucester presented orders of Mercy, and The Princess Royal received purses containing donations to the funds of the League, at a Garden Party for workers of the League of Mercy, at St. James's Palace here this afternoon. The League of Mercy raises funds to support voluntary hospitals; The Duke of Gloucester is Grand president of the League, and the Princess Royal Lady Grand President. August 09, 1937. (Photo by The Association Press).
RM2JN6TMK–The King's Sister Hunts With Her Son -- H.R.H. The Princess Royal, only sister of King George VI., is seen riding with her elder son, Lord Lascelles when they took part in the Bramham Moor meet at Spofforth, near here today. The Princess Royal., who was formerly Princess Mary, is married to The Earl of Harewood. February 22, 1938. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JN6TN6–Igorot woman of the Mountain Province porch Luzon. March 04, 1954. (Photo by Chas. W. Miller).
RM2JN6TMH–Lord Swinton, Britain. October 1, 1951. (Photo by Paul Popper Ltd.).
RM2JN6TBY–Princess AT R.A.F. Concert -- Princess Helena Victoria and Princess Marie Louise with Air Marshal Sir A.S. Barrett, A.O.C. -in-C. Army Co-Operation R.A.F. Command, at the concert. Princess Helen Victoria and Princess Marie Louise attended a concert given at the R.A.F. Co-Operation Command Headquarters in the Home Counties. December 28, 1942. (Photo by London News Agency Photos).
RM2JN6TDR–Allied Invasion Armada Sets Sail for Sicily -- Sicily bound. Allied landing craft leaving a North African invasion port on their way to crack open the 'Fortress Europe'. July 14, 1943. (Photo by British Official Photo).
RM2JN6TDW–0il strike In Scotland - Anglo-American Company successful.The scenes of the scots oil 'find' near here. People are watching the boring operations near the huge derrick. The D'arcy test bore being driven near here by the Anglo American oil company has turned out something of a success after months of hard work. For the bore reaching a depth of more than 1,800 feet has found oil and the indications are, according to experts, that there is a rich bed of liquid oil in the vicinity which should yield great supplies. August 15, 1938. (Photo by Associated Press Photo).
RM2JJY664–Ready To Serve: Major H.L. Hartnett, Recruiting Officer for Eastern Command, advises John Graeme, 24 (in hat), of Paddington, and a group of other volunteers. July 27, 1950.
RM2JJY3R7–'Mr. Elmhurst' Leaves England:Last man in a line at London Airport yesterday ... The Sunday Express catches a picture of one of Britain's best protected Rush-Hush celebrities - Mr. Elmhurst.That is the name atom scientist Sir William Penney - Ministry of Supply Chief Superintendent of Armament Research - is using on a flight to Australia for the Big Bangs at Woomers. Members of his family were there to see him off. He was hurried through the customs; sat for several minutes in a private lounge. Before boarding the airliner he said: 'I expect to be back some time in November.' There was a 40 mi
RMC55DAE–Close-up of an English setter
RMC55DAA–Two Chihuahua puppies, studio shot
RMC55AN6–Blue Ridge Mountains Virginia USA
RMC55AE9–USA, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, City Hall, William Penn Statue
RMC55AEB–Japan, Hakone, Lake Ashi and Mount Fuji
RMC55ADP–Lightning over a city
RMC55ADD–Elkhorn Ghost Town Montana USA
RMC55ADJ–Bahamas, Exuma and Cays, pier and turquoise sea
RMC55ADH–USA, Ohio, Chillicothe, Adena State Memorial
RMC55AD9–USA, New Hampshire, Spotford Lake, Rocky Point, log cabin and canoe
RMC55ADC–USA, Louisiana, New Orleans, Soniat House Hotel
RMC55AD2–USA, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, Castle Geyser, smoke erupting from geyser
RMC55ACP–USA, Massachusetts, Nantucket, harbor
RMC55AD0–USA, Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Mitchell Park Conservatory
RMC55ACW–USA, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin Parkway and City Hall at dusk