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Royal Corps of Signals motorcycle despatch riders arriving at the mobile headquarters of an armoured division during training, United Kingdom, 30 Aug 1941AEC Armoured Command Vehicle in North Africa, 1 Dec 1941
Royal Corps of Signals motorcycle despatch riders arriving at the mobile headquarters of an armoured division during training, United Kingdom, 30 Aug 1941AEC Armoured Command Vehicle in North Africa, 1 Dec 1941
AEC Armoured Command Vehicle, 1940sCaptured British AEC Armoured Command Vehicle in German service, North Africa, Jan 1942
AEC Armoured Command Vehicle, 1940sCaptured British AEC Armoured Command Vehicle in German service, North Africa, Jan 1942
Captured British-built AEC armored command vehicle in German service as Colonel General Erwin RommelAEC Armoured Command Vehicle, headquarters of UK 23rd Brigade, Francolise, Campania, Italy, 14 Mar 1944, photo 1 of 2
Captured British-built AEC armored command vehicle in German service as Colonel General Erwin Rommel's command vehicle, North Africa, Feb 1942AEC Armoured Command Vehicle, headquarters of UK 23rd Brigade, Francolise, Campania, Italy, 14 Mar 1944, photo 1 of 2
AEC Armoured Command Vehicle, headquarters of UK 23rd Brigade, Francolise, Campania, Italy, 14 Mar 1944, photo 2 of 2
AEC Armoured Command Vehicle, headquarters of UK 23rd Brigade, Francolise, Campania, Italy, 14 Mar 1944, photo 2 of 2
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