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Chronology of Battle
Original Plan: Operation RUTTER Revised Plan: Operation JUBILEE Across the Channel The Raid on Dieppe

 

Across the Channel

 

18 August 1942

Troops Embark.

Troops move to the ports of departure on the south coast of England.

The troops board the landing ships that were to take them across the English Channel. To ensure their safe passage, warships and planes escort them.


PA-113247
Personnel landing craft draw
away from a motor torpedo
boat to start their approach to
the beaches during the raid
on Dieppe.

PA-183772
Unidentified Hunt Class
destroyer of the Royal Navy bombarding Dieppe during Operation Jubilee.

PA-183771
Douglas Boston aircraft
of the Royal Air Force taking
part in the raid on Dieppe.

 

PA-183770
Landing craft taking part
in the raid on Dieppe.
PA-116291
H.M.S. Calpe laying a smoke
screen off Dieppe. The smoke
screen offered additional
protection to the Allied Forces
since it helped conceal their
movements from the German
forces.
PA-183767
Troops in landing craft
preparing to disembark
at Dieppe.