Royal Artillery 40mm Bofors guns being assembled on their arrival in Greece, 25 November 1940.
Men of 7th Battalion, The Green Howards on an exercise among the sand dunes at Sandbanks, near Poole in Dorset, 31 July 1940.
Silhouette of a British Challenger tank commander during the Gulf War, 1991.
The Queen and Princess Elizabeth talk to paratroopers in front of a Halifax aircraft during a tour of airborne forces preparing for D-Day, 19 May 1944.
Staff Sergeant-Major Twist of the ATS embraces and kisses her husband, Lance-Bombardier Twist during a special photo-shoot at Army Headquarters in Northern Ireland, 22 October 1941.
Private W Stack of No. 9 Commando at Anzio, equipped for a patrol with a Browning pistol, 5 March 1944.
A soldier from 101st Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment prepares for D-Day by reading his French handbook at a camp near Portsmouth, 29 May 1944.
Winston Churchill inspects the new Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk 1 rifle during a visit to 53rd Division in Kent, 20 November 1942.
Winston Churchill stands on a Covenanter tank of 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards, to take the salute at an inspection of 9th Armoured Division near Newmarket, Suffolk, 16 May 1942.
Winston Churchill delivers an informal speech to men of his old regiment, the 4th Queen's Own Hussars, at Loreto aerodrome in Italy, 25 August 1944.
Officers verses other ranks football match played by members of the 26th Divisional Ammunition Train near the city of Salonika, Christmas Day 1915.
General Sir Bernard Montgomery shows Winston Churchill the battle situation on a map held by the Commander of the 2nd Canadian Division, General G G Symonds, during the Prime Minister's visit to Normandy, 22 July 1944.
Unveiling of the permanent Cenotaph at Whitehall, by His Majesty King George V, 11 November 1920.
POWs at Stalag 11B at Fallingbostel in Germany welcome their liberators, 16 April 1945.
Troops evacuated from Dunkirk enjoying tea and other refreshments at Addison Road station in London, 31 May 1940.
Mark I 'Male' Tank of 'C' Company that broke down on its way to attack Thiepval on 25 September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme.
Men of the 2nd Australian Division in the front line at Croix du Bac, near Armentieres, 18 May 1916.
Roll Call of the 2nd Battalion, The Seaforth Highlanders, on the afternoon of the first day of the Battle of the Somme near Beaumont Hamel. The insignia on their sleeves indicates that they were part of the attacking force.