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    For TABLE OF CONTENTS of all images in this thread please see Page 19


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    NOTICE: If you don't see the images in some of the older posts means I had used up the 10GB bandwidth for this month. I'm sorry these pictures can no longer be viewed until next month where the counter will be reset to zero and the pictures would then appear again. For the newer posts I am using another account so it is not affected. Enjoy !






    RAF044 Air Marshal Sir Arthur "Bomber" Harris (King and Country RAF044)






    "Bomber" Harris was the "architect" of the RAF's bombing offensive on Germany from 1942 until the end of the war in Europe. When Britain had no other way to hit back at the Germans Harris provided the leadership and the means."




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    WoD020 The Post Box (King and Country WoD020)






    "With the arrival of a Postal Service you must have a Post Box to post your letters in...A typical mid Victorian piece of “Street Furniture” in cheery bright red and bearing Queen Victoria’s own Royal Cypher...”VR”...Victoria Regina."




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    DD128 Army Rangers, Standing B.A.R. Gunner (King and Country DD128)






    "One more Ranger holding his B.A.R. machine gun."




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    BAR Gunners are responsible for providing the base suppressing fire in both attack and defense during combat. He's the twelve-man squad's "mobile firepower". The average combat lifespan of a World War II BAR man was estimated to be 30 minutes as they are the "priority" targets to be "taken down" by the enemies in a fire fight.
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    D-Day Minus One....

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    Papo - Sitting Orangutan Toy Figure







    "The perfect start to your wild animal collection. This Orangutan has great detail in his hair and expressive face. The adult animals are about 5.5" long. Hand painted and manufactured to very strict specifications, Papo figures are created to assist the support of play and development. The diversity of their products and the interaction of different worlds also stimulate the creativity and imagination of children of all ages."





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    The Bornean Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) is one of only two species of Orangutan, which together are the only species of great apes to be found in Asia. Orangutans are the largest tree-dwelling mammals in the world and they have a distinctive body shape, with very long arms that may reach up to two metres in length.

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    Wacky Monkey Candy Filled Cymbals Toy






    "A Wacky Monkey with sweet candy in the handle. Pull down the yellow banana to see him clap the cymbals above his head and show his teethy smile! Our plastic animated monkey toy includes .42 ounces of sweet candy drops in the clear base. This is a fun plastic replica of the classic Monkey with Cymbals toy with candy inside. A great retro candy gift!"





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    See you again in 12 years Year of the Monkey....Happy Chinese New Year !





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    King and Country DD116







    In the system-specific allotment if duties, each member of the crew is dependent on the other for all to survive a tank duel together. The British tank designers at this stage had still not learned the lessons from previous cruiser tank designs - that tank crews need to get out of tanks fast if they catch fire. The crew escape hatches were too tight and difficult to use. They were too much of a tight fit with the inside of the tank stowed with rations, equipment and clothes, with every spare bit of space crammed with ammunition. Many British tank crews would burn to death because of the simple error.









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    DD116 Cromwell Mk.IV Tank (King and Country DD116)






    "Providing some of the armour support during the Normandy campaign was one of Britain's best tanks and finest armoured divisions. Our latest fighting vehicle is a Cromwell Mk IV of the Welsh Guards of the Guards Armoured Division. Although this division did not land until D. Day +11 it took part in some of the heaviest fighting in the Normandy "bocage" and saw almost continuous action until the German surrender in May 1945. Our model comes with two crew figures and a detachable "back pack" of extra supplies."






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    The Cromwell tank was one of a series of battle tanks put into service by Britain and the most successful in the Second World War. There were over 4,000 units built. The tank was named for Oliver Cromwell, the English Civil War leader.


















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    The Cromwell tank’s first action was in June 1944 at the Battle of Normandy. The tank was acclaimed for its speed and dependability, while its low profile made it a very hard target to hit.
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    The Tank Commander








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    The Gunner








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    The Back Pack of Extra Supplies








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    A significant disadvantage was the inability of the Cromwell tank to mount the latest 75mm High-Velocity cannon. The standard 75mm gun was successful against the majority of the German armored vehicles but had much difficulty penetrating the front of the heavily armored German tanks like the Tiger or King Tiger tank.











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    DD115 Road Sign "CAEN" (King and Country DD115)






    "A typical stone French Road sign bearing a place name British and Canadian soldiers would get to know only too well in the following days and weeks… CAEN"."



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    The Battle of Caen was fought from June 6, to July 20, 1944, during World War 2. Though originally a D-Day objective, it took Allied forces around seven weeks to finally liberate the city from the Germans. Due to the ferocity of the fighting, much of Caen was destroyed and had to be rebuilt after the war.















    In this battle for Caen the British suffered 3,474 casualties and lost 314 tanks. It is called by some historians as ‘the largest tank battle in British Army’s history’.

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