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File:British prisoners at Dunkerque, France.jpg

English: British and French prisoners at Veules-les-Roses, France, June 1940. Original caption from Picture Post of 10 August 1940 (Vol 8 No 6).:
The Spirit Behind the New British Army. British and French soldiers help one another up into the sandhills behind Dunkirk. This defeat turned into victory has become the symbol animating the vast new armies now being armed and trained in Britain.
Date June 1940
Source [British prisoners at Dunkerque, France]
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