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South African soldiers in Egypt, 1940

Le Zouave: Photo

Covering warfare in the times before 1950

South African WWII poster, "Ever faithful to the path of South Africa."

Back the attack!: Photo

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south african WW2 propaganda poster

south african WW2 propaganda poster

SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES EAST AFRICA 1941 (SAF 239)

SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES IN EAST AFRICA, 1941

SAF 239. Men of a South African armoured car unit cleaning their heavy machine guns at Hobok.

Tobruk, Libya. 1941-09. A type of latrine used in Tobruk known as "The Seat of the Army".

TOBRUK, LIBYA. 1941-09. A TYPE OF LATRINE USED IN TOBRUK KNOWN AS "THE SEAT OF THE ARMY" .

A magnificent original colour image of the South African Air Force in North Africa during World War 2. May 1943. Seen here os a South African Squadron of Douglas Boston aircraft returning from a sortie to the Mareth Line in North Africa while another squadron is briefed in the foreground. Image copyright: The Imperial War Museum

A magnificent original colour image of the South African Air Force in North Africa during World War 2. May 1943. Seen here os a South African Squadron of Douglas Boston aircraft returning from a sortie to the Mareth Line in North Africa while another squadron is briefed in the foreground. Image copyright: The Imperial War Museum

Churchill wins Vote of Confidence in the Commons

At the same time, in spite of our losses in Asia, in spite of our defeats in Libya, in spite of the increased sinkings off the American coast, I affirm with confidence that the general strength and prospects of the United Nations have greatly improved since the turn of the year, when I last visited the President in the United States.

Men of a South African armoured car unit cleaning their heavy Vickers machine guns at Hobok. 1941. Copyright IWM Collection.

Men of a South African armoured car unit cleaning their heavy Vickers machine guns at Hobok. 1941. Copyright IWM Collection.

Photo of Rhodesian mortar team in North Africa in 1942

History of armed forces domiciled in Rhodesia.

Rhodesian volunteers which comprised more than 15% of the settler population served the British inthe Boer War, World Wars I and II and suffered mortalities between 7 and 11% during the World Wars. The history of native kingdoms overpowering each other in succession before colonisation and the conflict to Independence and beyond is detailed.

Royal Air Force and South African Air Force personnel lunch together in the Western Desert, North Africa.

Western Desert. Royal Air Force and South African Air Force personnel lunch together in the open.

British troops wearing some unusual gear Italy

British troops wearing some unusual gear Italy

TOBRUK, LIBYA. 1941. BLINDFOLDED ITALIAN PRISONERS OF WAR BEING BROUGHT INTO THE FORTRESS AREA, TOBRUK. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

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