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A German MG34 medium machine gun emplacement.

This picture shows some germans manning a machine gun turrent. The picture gives an idea of an angle of where allied forces were getting fired at from.

German troops examine abandoned British Churchill tank from the Calgary Regiment; After Dieppe Raid; 1942

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German troop`s examine abandoned British Churchill tank from the Calgary Regiment , After the Dieppe Raid - 1942 . *note the left track was blown off & is laid out behind the tank

Kriegsmarine Bootsmann wielding a bolo knife next to a KO’d Churchill tank. Taken shortly after the failed Dieppe Raid - 1942

1942 France, Dieppe, a German sailor stands beside an abandoned Churchill tank on the beach - an English' machete(?

(9/12) German soldiers inspect the beaches littered with Allied casualties and equipment after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid. The Churchill tank on the right is labelled "BELLICOSE".

A German infantryman picks his way among blanketed Canadian dead after the failed Dieppe raid, August,

Dead Allied soldiers—mostly British and Canadian—left on the beach after the failed Dieppe Raid.

Dead Allied soldiers—mostly British ( A Commando) and Canadian—left on the beach after the failed Dieppe Raid.

Canadians that made it back ( from Dieppe carnage )  Library and Archives Canada  Canada at War (www.wwii.ca) - "Canadian Battles: The Dieppe Raid"

The Dieppe Raid - Soldiers who took part in Operation Jubilee, the raid on Dieppe, returning to England.

An unidentified Canadian soldier, who is armed with a Thompson machine gun, escorting a German prisoner who was captured during Operation JUBILEE, the Dieppe raid. England, 19 August 1942 by BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives, via Flickr

An unidentified Canadian soldier armed with an Thompson machine gun is shown escorting a German prisoner captured during Operation Jubilee, the Dieppe raid.

(10/12) German soldiers stand behind a barbed wire obstacle on the beaches of Dieppe, among dozens of helmets, likely left behind by Allied prisoners after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid.

German soldiers stand behind a barbed wire obstacle on the beaches of Dieppe, among dozens of helmets, likely left behind by Allied prisoners after the 19 August 1942 Dieppe Raid.

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