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British and Gurkha troops in Persia WW2

A British Army supply convoy with a Soviet armoured vehicle escort in Iran, September 1941 The Anglo-Soviet invasion of Persia (Iran), was the.

Desert Rats before D-Day. Tankers and Cromwell tanks of 7th Armoured Division (Desert Rats) at one of their pre-D-Day training grounds, either Orwell Park School or Thetford Forest, Spring 1944.

Desert Rats before D-Day. Tankers and Cromwell tanks of Armoured Division (Desert Rats) at one of their pre-D-Day training grounds, either Orwell Park School or Thetford Forest, Spring

Normandy 1944 - A British soldiers "covers" beside a knocked out German Panzer III.

A British soldiers covers beside a knocked out German Panzer III , Normandy

Sd.Kfz.253 by Peter Frohlich (Tamiya + Plus Models 1/35)

by Peter Frohlich (Tamiya + Plus Models

A SdKfz 250/9, "leichte Schützenpanzerwagen mit Hängelafette 38" in Greece (as used also on SdKfz 234/1 and SdKfz 140/1). This turret is not identical to that of the SdKfz 222 (Sockellafette 38)

A SdKfz "leichte Schützenpanzerwagen mit Hängelafette in Greece (as used also on SdKfz and SdKfz This turret is not identical to that of the SdKfz 222 (Sockellafette

British airborne troops study a sign outside Hamminkeln during operations east of the Rhine 25 March 1945.

British airborne troops study a sign outside Hamminkeln during operations east of the Rhine 25 March

Siebel

German ferry artillery support 'Siebel", at anchor carrying four 88 mm Flak 36 anti-aircraft and two 20 mm FlaK 38 anti-aircraft guns. Used in coastal waters, the Siebel ferry could carry heavy firepower.

Vickers machine-gun of the 1st Battalion, Manchester Regiment, 17 October 1941, Malaya

Vickers machine-gun of the Battalion, Manchester Regiment, 17 October Malaya

British army 1945 Firefly Sherman - with the larger much more capable British 17 pounder main gun - could destroy any German tank and was a much better gun than the standard US gun

File:Sherman tanks of Armoured Division during the advance towards Gemert in Holland, 26 September

English children watch the activity around a Matilda Mk II tank of British 44th Royal Tank Regiment during exercises against "enemy" parachute troops. Findon, Sussex, England, U.K. 4 March 1941.

Children watch activity around a British Matilda Mk II tank of Royal Tank Regiment in Findon, Sussex, during exercises against ‘enemy’ parachute troops, 4 March

The Battle of Stalingrad

A Russian trenchmortar crew run to take up a new firing position in the Stalingrad area during the Great Patriotic War, October 1942

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