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Dessert WW2

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World War II - Australian troops of the british commonwealth Forces man a front-line trench during the Seige of Tobruk North African Campaign,August 1941 North African Campaign, Italian Army, Afrika Korps, Anzac Day, War Image, Prisoners Of War, African History, Luftwaffe, Military History

Australian troops of the British Commonwealth Forces man a front-line trench during the Siege of Tobruk; North African Campaign, August 1941

The crew of Matilda MkII Royal Tank Regiment, Army Tank Brigade, take a break during the fighting near Tobruk, Libya. British Armed Forces, British Soldier, British Army, British Tanks, Military Photos, Military History, Afrika Corps, North African Campaign, Armored Fighting Vehicle

UK TK A12 Matilda MkII 'Defiance' 4th Royal Tank Regiment, 32nd Army Tank Bde, take a break during the fighting near Tobruk, Libya. 28 Nov 1941

Colourised Photos : British soldiers of the Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment man a Bren gun in defences around Tobruk, Libya. of November British Armed Forces, British Soldier, British Army, Military Photos, Military History, North African Campaign, Afrika Korps, Man Of War, War Image

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Cruiser Inside the Armour scale by Brett Green from: missing-lynx Military Figures, Military Diorama, North African Campaign, Scale Art, War Thunder, Model Hobbies, Model Tanks, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Military Modelling

Inside the Armour 1/35 scale A10 Cruiser by Brett Green

Inside the Armour 1/35 scale A10 Cruiser by Brett Green

 The Scorpion variant had a Matilda Chassis with a mine flail mounted. The mine flail was a device that deliberately detonated mines in front of the vehicle that carried it, in order to clear a safe path through a minefield. British Tanks, British Army, Tank Warfare, North African Campaign, Erwin Rommel, Afrika Korps, Rubber Raincoats, Ww2 Tanks, American War

Matilda Scorpion flail tank - British tanks

The Scorpion variant had a Matilda chassis with a mine flail mounted on it. The mine flail was a device that deliberately detonated mines in front of the vehicle that carried it, in order to make a safe path through a mine-field. Photo source: IWMCollections IWM Photo No.: E 18868.

Operation Crusader, a British Crusader tank and a burning German Panzer IV, November 1941 Libya. Panzer Iv, Crusader Tank, Afrika Corps, Chief Of Naval Operations, North African Campaign, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks, British Army, British Tanks

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British Crusader tank drives past a disabled burning German tank Pz.Kpfw. IV in the desert of North Africa.

“British troops are invading Benghazi: chasing German Army as it flees from Egypt, Allies now capture key Libyan port. Benghazi Libya, Tank Warfare, North African Campaign, Afrika Korps, Ww2 Pictures, Free In French, Army Vehicles, Military Equipment, German Army

The British enter Benghazi – World War II Today

In doing so we came to a wadi and as we got to the lip we spotted an enemy machine-gun nest. The corporal alongside me popped a hand grenade into the nest, getting rid of that one. We tumed to our left flank and carried along the lip of the wadi and wiped out four more machine-gun positions and captured four prisoners before returning to our lines.The chap who was wounded died on the way back.

A Panzer command tank of Company , Pz. Division is knocked out along with many burning vehicles in the background, North Africa WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli German Soldiers Ww2, German Army, North African Campaign, Italian Army, Afrika Korps, Ww2 Pictures, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks, Tanks

A Panzer nr.1 command tank of 1st Company , 15th Pz. Division is knocked out along with many burning vehicles in the background

field guns in action in the Western Desert, March 1942 British Armed Forces, British Soldier, British Army, British Tanks, Mg34, North African Campaign, Non Commissioned Officer, Afrika Korps, Ww2 Pictures

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942

E 9535. 25-pdr field guns in action in the Western Desert 22 March 1942.

British soldier aiming a Boys anti-tank rifle. Probably North Africa. World History, World War Ii, Anti Tank Rifle, Ww2 Weapons, North African Campaign, Afrika Korps, War Photography, British Soldier, Military History

British soldier aiming a Boys anti-tank rifle. Probably North Africa. Chambered in .55 (or 13.97mm) the Boys anti-tank rifle was approved for service and began production in 1937, run off for six years before becoming obsolete. It could penetrate, with armor piercing ammunition, 21mm of armor at 330 yards.Yet in those war time years the Boys bolt-action anti-tank rifle saw some use, but not against the tanks of Germany. #war #photography