Friday photo - Row, row, row your boat

Friday photo - Row, row, row your boat:

"An infantry section from 'B' Company, 1/6th Queen's Regiment try out their collapsible boats in a farmyard in preparation for crossing the Volturno river, 8 October 1943" more details here
 

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Dan on Friday, 19 October 2018 18:40

Hahaha, where was this one taken, Rex?

I enjoy the humanity in our recent friday photos...brings home what the man in the field was doing with his mates or caught in time of reflection...

Hahaha, where was this one taken, Rex? I enjoy the humanity in our recent friday photos...brings home what the man in the field was doing with his mates or caught in time of reflection...
Rex on Friday, 19 October 2018 19:04

"An infantry section from 'B' Company, 1/6th Queen's Regiment try out their collapsible boats in a farmyard in preparation for crossing the Volturno river, 8 October 1943" more details here and yes I should really do better at adding the information. I will try to mend my ways

"An infantry section from 'B' Company, 1/6th Queen's Regiment try out their collapsible boats in a farmyard in preparation for crossing the Volturno river, 8 October 1943" more details [url=http://ww2today.com/13th-october-1943-infantry-attack-across-the-volturno-river]here[/url] and yes I should really do better at adding the information. I will try to mend my ways :p
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