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BRITISH ARMY NORTH AFRICA 1942 (E 14119) A Stuart tank towing another away from the forward areas to be repaired, Egypt, July 1942.

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BRITISH ARMY NORTH AFRICA 1942 (E 18834)

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WW2 Colourised Photos New Zealand Army Sergeant Ian Thomas smoking a pipe during the North African Campaign in Egypt 1942. 25th Battalion, 6th Infantry Brigade, 2nd NZEF. (National Library of NZ Ref. DA-02581-F. Object #29771)

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American M3 Grant tank churning through thick mud during the North African campaign against Axis forces in North Africa. Location: Tunisia Date taken: February 1943 Photographer: Eliot Elisofon #worldwar2 #tanks

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THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942. A 3-inch mortar team laying a smoke screen during a demonstration exercise, 13 April 1942. Note helmet camouflage.

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BRITISH ARMY NORTH AFRICA 1942 (E 19141) Wrecked Italian M13 or M14 tank

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from Mail Online

The real dogs of war: Intimate images show ‘soft’ soldiers caring for the animals who have helped them through the ages

US Lt General George S Patton the great hero who found it necessary to assault his own wounded soldiers and humiliate them calling them cowards. I hate this clown always have. Hitler also like his dog

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The North African Campaign Of World War II

Battle-hardened veterans of Montgomery’s Desert Rats stride along a desert track. The British troops who defeated Rommel in North Africa came from virtually every corner of the Empire; Englishmen fought alongside wiry Gurkhas from Nepal and bearded Sikhs from India, as well as Scots, Canadians, Australians, South Africans and New Zealanders.

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