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Diagram of a Northover Projector, seen in 1940 British War Office publication Military Training Pamphlet No 42 Tank Hunting and DestructionBritish Home Guard personnel posing with a Northover Projector with tripod mounted on a hand cart, circa early 1940s
Diagram of a Northover Projector, seen in 1940 British War Office publication Military Training Pamphlet No 42 Tank Hunting and DestructionBritish Home Guard personnel posing with a Northover Projector with tripod mounted on a hand cart, circa early 1940s
Northover Projector and crew of E Company, 20th (Sevenoaks) Home Guard at Chelsfield, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Jul 1941Northover Projector with its British Home Guard crew, mid-1941
Northover Projector and crew of E Company, 20th (Sevenoaks) Home Guard at Chelsfield, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Jul 1941Northover Projector with its British Home Guard crew, mid-1941
British War Office personnel instructing Home Guard personnel on the use of a Northover Projector in Saxmundham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 30 Jul 1941
British War Office personnel instructing Home Guard personnel on the use of a Northover Projector in Saxmundham, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, 30 Jul 1941
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