(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".

(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".

(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.

(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.

Source: en.wikipedia.com Credibility: Wikipedia has become much more reliable as they better check what people write before posting. What it tells us: This picture tells/shows us one of the many Canadians that died during the Dieppe Raid. Though the Dieppe Raid was ultimately a failure it much better prepared Canada for D-Day, Canada was no longer off-guard and inexperienced.

Source: en.wikipedia.com Credibility: Wikipedia has become much more reliable as they better check what people write before posting. What it tells us: This picture tells/shows us one of the many Canadians that died during the Dieppe Raid. Though the Dieppe Raid was ultimately a failure it much better prepared Canada for D-Day, Canada was no longer off-guard and inexperienced.

The Dieppe Raid and the failure of the churchill tank | World War II Social Place

The Dieppe Raid and the failure of the churchill tank | World War II Social Place

A German prisoner being escorted at Newhaven. He was captured during the Dieppe Raid by No. 4 Commando, 1942

A German prisoner being escorted at Newhaven. He was captured during the Dieppe Raid by No. 4 Commando, 1942

The Dieppe Raid, also known as the Battle of Dieppe.The raid took place on the northern coast of France on 19 August 1942.A total of 3,367 of the 6,086 men who made it ashore were either killed, wounded, or captured

The Dieppe Raid, also known as the Battle of Dieppe.The raid took place on the northern coast of France on 19 August 1942.A total of 3,367 of the 6,086 men who made it ashore were either killed, wounded, or captured

Troops returning after the Dieppe Raid.

Troops returning after the Dieppe Raid.

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