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New Zealand Brigadier Howard Kippenberger and Captain Allan McPhail inspecting a destroyed Cannone da 90/53 anti-aircraft gun formerly of the Italian Ariete Division, near El Alamein, Egypt, 4 Jul 1942 or shortly after

Caption     New Zealand Brigadier Howard Kippenberger and Captain Allan McPhail inspecting a destroyed Cannone da 90/53 anti-aircraft gun formerly of the Italian Ariete Division, near El Alamein, Egypt, 4 Jul 1942 or shortly after ww2dbase
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First Battle of El Alamein   Main article  Photos  
Cannone da 90/53   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 4 Jul 1942
Photos at Same Place El Alamein, Egypt
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