A South African sapper removing anti-personnel mines from protective containers, Egypt, 2 July 1942. - See more at: http://ww2today.com/2nd-july-1942-churchill-wins-another-vote-of-confidence-in-the-commons#sthash.XqH4KqoK.dpuf
Photo of Rhodesian mortar team in North Africa in 1942
TOBRUK, LIBYA. 1941. BLINDFOLDED ITALIAN PRISONERS OF WAR BEING BROUGHT INTO THE FORTRESS AREA, TOBRUK. Pin by Paolo Marzioli
Men of a South African armoured car unit cleaning their heavy Vickers machine guns at Hobok. 1941. Copyright IWM Collection.
A South African Armoured Car, Mk II, at El Gumu, where the South Africans captured an enemy outpost. (Photo: SANMMH)
SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES EAST AFRICA 1941 (SAF 239)
South African soldiers in Egypt, 1940
south african WW2 propaganda poster
South African WWII poster, "Ever faithful to the path of South Africa."