Photos taken by a fishmonger turned SAS hero in WWII have come to light 76 years on.

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Pictured: The Royal Artillery in France, 1940. <br />
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Never before seen photos taken by a fishmonger turned SAS hero behind enemy lines in World War Two have come to light 76 years on.<br />
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Sergeant Samuel Rushworth, of the 2nd Special Air Service, was dropped into occupied France two days before D-Day in June 1944.<br />
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They were tasked with disrupting German reinforcements dispatched to Normandy following the Allied landings.