Photos from the Eastern Front

Found with the belongings of the late Corporal Arthur Harrington, of the 22nd Royal Commandos ("The Owl Brigade"), were a series of stunning photographs of life on the front-lines of World War 2.

"The Owl Brigade" was a multi-national unit, comprised of many British, Belgian, French, and Eastern-European, and reportedly even a small handful of German and Italian expatriates and defectors. The unit were engaged in many of the war’s most famous battles, and undertook a great many roles, as it’s troops were trained as Riflemen, Commandos, Tankers and some even as Pilots, in perhaps the most iconic plane of the era, the Spitfire.

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