A British SAS team, returning from a three-month desert patrol during the North African campaign (January 18, 1943). The Jeeps were stripped of all unnecessary parts to save weight for fuel, provisions, and machine guns.
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the Long Range Desert Patrol
VBL (Vehicule Blindé Léger) french "Light Armoured Vehicle"
[Photo] A .30 caliber Browning water-cooled machine gun and its crew on Iwo Jima, circa Feb-Mar 1945
A US M1917 .30 Cal water cooled Browning machine-gun on Iwo Jima named the "Widow Maker".
A British soldier working on a Bren gun at a field armoury in the desert
Quand Lotte H. Eisner rencontre pour la première fois Louise Brooks, c’est en sur le tournage de Journal d’une fille perdue de Pabst...
THE LONG RANGE DESERT GROUP (LRDG) DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR part of "THE BRITISH ARMY 1939 - 1945: THE LONG RANGE DESERT GROUP" (photographs) A Long Range Desert Group truck halted while its crew enjoy a midday break in the shade beneath the vehicle, July 1942. This shade was sometimes shared by exhausted and migrating birds. Corporal Read, Medical Orderly, is on top of the truck. It was...