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AUG 30 1942 Rommel’s last throw of the dice The crews of Crusader tanks bed down for the night beside their vehicles in the Western Desert, 28 August Crusader Tank, Churchill, British Army, British Tanks, Afrika Corps, North African Campaign, Diorama, Tank Destroyer, Ww2 Tanks

Rommel’s last throw of the dice – World War II Today

The crews of Crusader tanks bed down for the night beside their vehicles in the Western Desert, 28 August 1942. #worldwar2 #tanks

Germans DAK soldiers inspecting a destroyed "Grant" medium tank of British Armored Division, after the first Battle of El Alamein in 1 to 27 July Afrika Corps, North African Campaign, Germany Ww2, Military Armor, Ww2 Tanks, Battle Tank, World Of Tanks, Korean War, War Machine

destroyed tank of the 1st Armored Division, 1942

German soldiers inspecting a destroyed tank of the 1st Armored Division, 1942

Captain David Lloyd Owen with Private ‘Tich’ Cave on the back of the 30 cwt truck behind, outside the Farouk Hotel in Siwa. Lloyd Owen joined the Yeomanry ('Y’) Patrol of the Long Range Desert Group. Afrika Corps, Special Air Service, North African Campaign, Home Guard, Ww2 Uniforms, Templer, Military Equipment, British Army, Tanks

THE LONG RANGE DESERT GROUP (LRDG) DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR

HU 25299. Portrait of Captain David Lloyd Owen with Private 'Tich' Cave on the back of the 30 cwt truck behind outside the Farouk Hotel in Siwa. Lloyd Owen joined the Yeomanry ('Y') Patrol of the Long Range Desert Group in mid 1941 and went on to lead it after the original Commanding Officer was wounded

On November the day before the battle at Bir el Gubi, British Matilda tanks roll forward during the opening phase of Operation Crusader. The British armor spearheaded an effort to reach the Australian garrison besieged at the Libyan port of Tobruk. Matilda, Afrika Corps, Tank Warfare, North African Campaign, British Armed Forces, Military Armor, Ww2 Tanks, British Army, British Tanks

High expectations of Operation Crusader – World War II Today

For the first time British and Empire troops will meet Germans with an ample equipment in modern weapons of all kinds. The battle itself will affect the whole course of the War. Now is the time to strike the hardest blow yet for final Victory, Home and Freedom. The Desert Army may add a page to history which will rank with Blenheim and with Waterloo. The eyes of all nations are upon you.

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA A Crusader tank being put on a transporter ready to be taken back to the forward areas after receiving repair work at a tank repair depot, 10 December Ww2 Pictures, Military Pictures, Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Crusader Tank, Afrika Corps, Self Propelled Artillery, North African Campaign, British Army

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1941

E 7014. A Crusader tank being put on a transporter ready to be taken back to the forward areas after receiving repair work at a tank repair depot 10 December 1941

A Crusader tank (christened 'Vidi') of the Light Armoured Brigade in the Western Desert, 20 September Crew L-R: Louis Léonard; All were members of the Free French Flying Column No. Crusader Tank, Afrika Corps, Tank Warfare, North African Campaign, Military Armor, Ww2 Photos, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Military Pictures, British Army

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942

E 17110. A Crusader tank (christened 'Vidi') of the 4th Light Armoured Brigade in the Western Desert 20 September 1942. Crew L-R: Louis Léonard; Jean-Paul Sarcelet; Roger Deschamps; Marc Logez

Men of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers secure a Grant tank onto a Scammell tank transporter before taking it to a light repair workshop, 19 January Military Pictures, Ww2 Pictures, Army Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Afrika Corps, North African Campaign, British Armed Forces, Soviet Army, Ww2 Tanks

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Men of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers secure a Grant tank onto a Scammell tank transporter before taking it to a light repair workshop, 19 January 1943.

General Montgomery enjoys a cup of coffee with the Tank Protection Troop of his Grant tank in the Western Desert, 6 November Left to right: Trooper Keenan, Sergeant Stephen Kennedy, Corporal James Fraser, Lieutenant Malden and General Montgomery. Stephen Kennedy, Bernard Montgomery, North African Campaign, Afrika Korps, England And Scotland, Army & Navy, American War, Ww2 Tanks, British Army

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942

E 19096. General Montgomery enjoys a cup of coffee with the Tank Protection Troop of his Grant tank in the Western Desert 6 November 1942. Left to right: Trooper Keenan Sergeant Stephen Kennedy Corporal James Fraser Lieutenant Malden and General Montgomery

© IWM (E Royal Tank Regiment officers study a map before going into battle in their Grant tanks, 4 June North African Campaign, Erwin Rommel, Afrika Korps, Sherman Tank, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks, Korean War, M3 Lee, British Army

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942

E 12864. Royal Tank Regiment officers study a map before going into battle in their Grant tanks 4 June 1942.

An Grant tank fitted with 'sun shield' lorry camouflage, June 1942 North African Campaign, Afrika Korps, Ww2 Planes, Military Diorama, Futuristic Cars, Military Equipment, Modern Warfare, British Army, Armored Vehicles

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST 1942

E 13380. A Grant tank partially fitted with 'sun shield' lorry camouflage June 1942.

Grant tank crews sit down to a brew near their vehicles, Libya, 8 June Ww2 Pictures, Military Pictures, Ww2 Photos, British Soldier, British Army, North African Campaign, Erwin Rommel, Afrika Korps, Ww2 Tanks

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORTH AFRICA 1942

E 13016. Grant tank crews sit down to a brew near their vehicles Libya 8 June 1942.

Trainee crews practising gun cleaning on Grant, Crusader and Sherman tanks. Gin Images, Thunder Strike, North African Campaign, Afrika Korps, Sherman Tank, Armored Fighting Vehicle, British Army, Armored Vehicles, Military History

6TH SOUTH AFRICAN ARMOURED DIVISION IN TRAINING IN THE MIDDLE EAST, 2 SEPTEMBER 1943

E 4210E. Trainee crews receiving instruction on the Grant tank.