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AEC Mk I armored car, date unknownCaptured British-built AEC armored vehicle in German service as Colonel General Erwin Rommel
AEC Mk I armored car, date unknownCaptured British-built AEC armored vehicle in German service as Colonel General Erwin Rommel's command vehicle, North Africa, Feb 1942
AEC Mk I armored car in the Western desert, Egypt, 20 Sep 1942AEC Mk II armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk I armored car in the Western desert, Egypt, 20 Sep 1942AEC Mk II armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk III armored car, date unknownAEC Mk III armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk III armored car, date unknownAEC Mk III armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk III armored car, date unknownAEC Mk III armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk III armored car, date unknownAEC Mk III armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk III armored car, date unknownAEC Mk III armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk III armored car, date unknownAEC Mk III armored car, date unknown
AEC Mk II armored car, Lulworth, England, United Kingdom, 25 Mar 1943
AEC Mk II armored car, Lulworth, England, United Kingdom, 25 Mar 1943
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