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4th Indian Ghurka Division
5th Division
8th Armoured Brigade
8th Armoured Brigade
22nd Canadian Hospital

23rd Division, Territorials
  69th Brigade, 23 Div
  70th Brigade, 23 Div

49th Division

50th Division
  150th Brigade, 50 Div

51st Highland Division
88mm
252 (charge)

Aden
Akaba,
Akarit (see also Wadi)
Alamein
Alexander, Cpl. John
Alexandria
Alfred Krupp Steel Co.
Algeria
Algiers
Allied/Allies
American(s)
Anti-tank guns
Arnhem
Arras
Arromanches
Assault craft/landing craft
Atlantic Wall
Auchmore House
Augusta
Avola
AWOL

Bailey bridge
Banff
Bath
Battleships
Bay of Biscay
Bayeux
Beckermeyer, Helmut, POW
Belgium
Benghazi
Bertram, George
Betley, L Cpl. Jack
Blowers, Les
Blyth
Booth, Ernest
Boscombe
Bousfield, John
Boyes anti-tank rifle
Bray-Dunes
Bren carrier,
Bren gun,
Bridlington
Bristow, R
Britain
British Expeditionary Force
Brugge
BSA 250cc
Buckler, Leslie
Burlington
Burns, Sgt. Frank
Bushfield Camp
Butlins

Cairo
Calais
Cambrai
Canadian(s)
Canal Du Nord
Cape of Good Hope
Capetown
Cardiff
Cargill, Jack
Carmichael, Capt.
Carter, Reg Sgt Maj.
Castor, Ivor
Catania airfield
Catterick Camp
Chaffe, Tommy
Chamberlain, Neville
Chambers, Capt. Raymond
Chapman, Capt.
Cheall, Bill
Cheall, Jack
Christmas
Churchill tank
Churchill, Winston
Cockney
Collings, Bill
Colonel Luttrell
Corfe Castle
Coughlan, L Corp. Leslie
Coventry
Crediton, Devon
Cullan, Capt.
Cullercoats
Cyril Fletcher

Dakota
Dale, Ray
D-Day,
Decker, Alfred, POW
Despatch rider
Dimple whisky
Donna Nook
Dover
Dufftown
Duisburg
Dundee
Dundee Royal Infirmary
Dunkirk
Durham Light Infantry:
 6 DLI
 8 DLI
 9 DLI
 151 DLI
Dussledorf
Dutch

East Lancashire Regiment:
  1 EL,
 Headquarters Company
East Yorkshire Regiment:
  5 EY
Edinburgh
Egypt
Egyptian Delta
Eighth Army ribbon
Eighth Army
Eisenhower, Gen.
Empire Lance
Enfidaville
England
English

Fairwater, Cardiff
Farbus
Farrand, Lieut.
Fenham Barracks
Fifteen-hundredweight truck
Fish, Mrs
Fletcher, Cyril
Fort-Mardyck
Foster, Capt.
Fourteenth Army (Burma)
France
Freetown
French
Frome, Somerset

Gabes
Gauleiter
Geordies
German aircraft
German(s)
Germany
Gestapo
Gibraltar
Glasgow
Glencorse Barracks
Gold Beach
Gort, Lord
Gosforth racecourse
Gourock Port
Grangetown
Gravelines
Green Howards Regiment:
  1 GH
  4 GH
  5 GH
  6 GH
  7 GH
  11 GH
  B Company, 6GH
  C Company, 6GH

Green Howards’ museum
Greenwood, Harold

Haeghe Meulen
Hamburg
Hand grenade
Harrington, Sgt. Arthur
Harrogate
Hartlepool
Hastings, Lieut-Col. R H W S
Heinz Beans
Herbert, Capt.
Herbert, Maj Gen. O C
Hewson, Lieut. John
Highcliffe,
Highcliffe Castle,
Hill, L Sgt. Rufty
Hitler
HMS Gorelston
HMS York
HMT Mauritania
HMT Mooltan
HMT Orontes
HMT Otranto
HMT Tegelburg
Hobart:
 Armour,
 Flail
 Flame thrower
Hogmanay
Holland
Hollis, Sgt Maj. Stanley
Honeyman, Maj. Frederick
Horlicks
Horn of Africa
Hughes, 2nd Lieut.
Hughes, Reg Sgt Maj.
Hull, Capt. C M
Hurricane

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