lunes, 8 de febrero de 2010
(en) Britain's heavy anti-aircraft batteries. World War II photograph
A.T.S. and men recently arrived in Belgium and are now settling down on their new guns. Jobs to be done are final proofing of 3.7 guns, fetching guns from village and cleaning of guns after the journey from England.
Belgiam kiddies and A.T.S. officers ( officer in centre is Co. Mary Churchill, daugther of the British Prime Minister) meet by a little grotto or shrine near the gun site