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This special page shows all uploaded files of the English Wikipedia (See also the list for Wikimedia Commons). By default the last uploaded files are shown at top of the list. A click on a column header changes the sorting. Deleted files are not shown here but are included in the upload log.

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descDate Name Thumbnail Size Description
01:48, 21 March 2010 Queen sector Sword Beach.jpg (file) 128 KB ==Summary== {{Information |Description=Annotated view of Queen Beach, Normandy |Source=[
16:16, 10 January 2010 XXX Corps 1944-1945 shoulder flash.jpg (file) 420 KB  
01:38, 23 March 2009 Aerial Gold Beach.jpg (file) 68 KB ==Summary== {{Information |Description=Oblique aerial of 'King Green' and 'Jig' Beaches GOLD Area between Mont Fleury and le Hamel, during the landing of 50th (Northumbrian) Division, 6 June 1944. |Source=[
19:42, 12 January 2009 Fort Capuzzo.jpg (file) 81 KB {{Information |Description=Fort Capuzzo, Libya. Courtyard in front of the Italian fort recently taken by British troops. The Imperial Roman eagle i front of the main gateway shows the scars of battle. |Source=[ Ref:
16:32, 24 October 2008 Operation Brevity.jpg (file) 1.3 MB  
19:03, 15 October 2008 German 80mm Mortar.jpg (file) 17 KB ==Summary== {{Information |Description=Waffen SS soldiers reload a 8cm Granatwerfer 34 (80mm Mortar) being loaded. |Source=Unknown original source, photo posted on this forum: |Da
11:57, 28 May 2008 Halfaya pass.jpg (file) 141 KB ==Summary== Pencil drawing of Halfaya Pass by New Zealand unofficial war artist Jack Crippen. {{Non-free use rationale |Article= Operation Brevity |Description=Image of Halfaya Pass |Author= |Source= [ Picture by Ja
22:13, 12 February 2008 First-Army.jpg (file) 13 KB {{Non-free use rationale |Article= First Army (United Kingdom) |Description= First Army Wire Blazer Badge |Source= [] |Portion= Just the photo |Low_resolution= Image resized within the article |Purpose= To provide
13:22, 19 December 2007 Kurt Knispel.jpg (file) 43 KB Photo of Kurt Knispel taken by Alfred Rubbel sometime during the war, Alfred Rubbel would later have the fate of burying Kurt. {{Non-free use rationale |Article= Kurt Knispel |Description= |Source= [ Art