Daimler scout car of 5th Royal Tank Regiment, 4th Armoured Brigade in the Western Desert, 28 April 1942.
Rolls Royce Armoured Car 1941, pin by Paolo Marzioli
THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942
Légionaires Arabes gardant les Gloster Gladiator du No. 94 Squadron de la RAF sur le terrain de la station de pompage H4 Transjordanie.
Bren Gun Carrier is a light armored vehicle developed by the British in WW2. It holds the record as the most widely produced tracked armor in history with more than 113,000 made. The vehicle was so frequently captured by the Germans that they mounted cannons and rocket launchers and used them in their own army, mostly against the Russians. The vehicle was fast, versatile, reliable and capable of carrying weapons and ammunition into combat. It was enormously popular and was built until 1960.