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Indian troops operating a QF 3.7 inch mountain gun at Mt. Scopus, Palestine, 1917 or 1920Carden-Loyd Mk VI Mortar Carrier with trailer and 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929, photo 1 of 2
Indian troops operating a QF 3.7 inch mountain gun at Mt. Scopus, Palestine, 1917 or 1920Carden-Loyd Mk VI Mortar Carrier with trailer and 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929, photo 1 of 2
Carden-Loyd Mk VI Mortar Carrier with trailer and 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929, photo 2 of 2Indian 3.7 inch mountain gun firing, India, circa 1930; this crew was commanded by Sergeant Harry Ewin of No.11 Light Battery, British Royal Artillery
Carden-Loyd Mk VI Mortar Carrier with trailer and 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929, photo 2 of 2Indian 3.7 inch mountain gun firing, India, circa 1930; this crew was commanded by Sergeant Harry Ewin of No.11 Light Battery, British Royal Artillery
Iraqi QF 3.7 inch mountain howitzer in action against Sheik AhmadCrew of a 3.7-inch howitzer of A Battery (The Chestnut Troop) Royal Horse Artillery prepared their gun for firing during an exercise, England, United Kingdom, circa 1938
Iraqi QF 3.7 inch mountain howitzer in action against Sheik Ahmad's rebel forces, near Barzan, Iraq, Jun 1932Crew of a 3.7-inch howitzer of A Battery (The Chestnut Troop) Royal Horse Artillery prepared their gun for firing during an exercise, England, United Kingdom, circa 1938
Light Dragon tractor towing a 3.7-inch howitzer on Carriage Mk IV and limber of A Battery, Royal Horse Artillery, circa 1938Men of 451st Battery, 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery exercising with 3.7-inch howitzers in Trawsfynydd, Wales, United Kingdom, 8 May 1942; note weather gear
Light Dragon tractor towing a 3.7-inch howitzer on Carriage Mk IV and limber of A Battery, Royal Horse Artillery, circa 1938Men of 451st Battery, 1st Mountain Artillery Regiment, Royal Artillery exercising with 3.7-inch howitzers in Trawsfynydd, Wales, United Kingdom, 8 May 1942; note weather gear
QF 3.7 inch mountain howitzer of 158th Field Artillery Regiment, UK 36th Infantry Division, south of Mawlu, Burma, 3 Nov 1944
QF 3.7 inch mountain howitzer of 158th Field Artillery Regiment, UK 36th Infantry Division, south of Mawlu, Burma, 3 Nov 1944
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