Winston Churchill at the microphone in the Cabinet Office, making his 'VE Day' broadcast to the nation, 8 May 1945.
Winston Churchill uses a radio set in the turret of a Churchill Mk I tank during a demonstration at the Vauxhall plant at Luton, 23 May 1941.
Canadian Prime Minister Mackenzie King, with President Franklin D Roosevelt, and Winston Churchill during the Quebec Conference, 18 August 1943.
Winston Churchill visiting bomb-damaged areas of the East End of London, 8 September 1940.
Winston Churchill inspecting men of the 4th Queen's Own Hussars at Loreto aerodrome, Italy, 25 August 1944.
Major General Sir Percy Hobart, 16 June 1942. In March 1943 he was made responsible for the development of specialised armoured vehicles, known as 'funnies', to spearhead the D-Day assault.
Winston Churchill leaves the old Roman amphitheatre at Carthage in Tunisia with First Army Commander, Lieutenant General Anderson, after addressing British troops on 1 June 1943.
General de Gaulle addressing the citizens of Bayeux, 14 June 1944.
Winston Churchill makes a radio address from his desk at 10 Downing Street, wearing his 'siren suit', June 1942.
Winston Churchill sits in the sunshine at Marrakesh, Morocco, during a period of convalescence after falling ill with pneumonia, December 1943.
King George VI, accompanied by Admiral Sir Bertram Ramsay and the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Andrew Cunningham, touring the beaches at Normandy in a DUKW amphibious vehicle, 16 June 1944.
Winston Churchill being greeted by local people in Reykjavik, during his visit to Iceland on his way home from the Atlantic Conference with President Roosevelt, 19 August 1941.