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|83k||HM LST-428 beached at Courseulles, France, in August 1944 while loading casualties. HM LST-428 had been
converted to transport casualties back to the United Kingdom.
Photo taken by LT. E. A. Zimmerman, Royal Navy official photographer. Image # A25095 from the Collections of the Imperial War Museums.
|56k||Beached at Courseulles, France, while loading wounded men being transferred from ambulances to Hospital Tank Landing Ship
HM LST-428 in August 1944. Both Allied and Germany wounded were being transported from the battle area to the United Kingdom.
Imperial War Museum Admiralty Official Collection, Photo No. © IWM (A 25094)
|75k||Interior view of wounded men being transferred from parked ambulances to the Hospital Tank Landing Ship HM LST-428 at
low tide through the ship's bow doors. She is helping to transport casualties, including enemy wounded from Courseulles, France to the United Kingdom.
Imperial War Museum Admiralty Official Collection, Photo No. © IWM (A 25098)<
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