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Dak soldier with lorry.

British truck in german hand, DAK north Africa Agfa color photo, pin by Paolo Marzioli

The British Army In North Africa 1941, The mail being unloaded from an Army Post Office lorry at one of the many post offices in the Western Desert, 16 July 1941. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

The British Army In North Africa The mail being unloaded from an Army Post Office lorry at one of the many post offices in the Western Desert, 16 July Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Afrika Korps soldiers relax next to their Kfz 70 Horch 1500A while serving in North Africa

Afrika Korps soldiers relax next to their Kfz 70 Horch while serving in North Africa

A halftrack from the 3. Leichte-Division that Rommel had initially sent to prod the weak defenses the British had at the fort.

German Afrikakorps soldiers in an armored personnel carrier (Sonderkraftfahrzeug Ausf.B advances past the fortified Fort Mechili in Cyrenaica/Libya, Western Desert, North Africa, 8 April Original colours.

Der Krieg in Afrika

Tiger tank number 111 of Schwere Abteilung 501 in Tunisia Afrika DAK

The Italian Offensive 1940 - 1941: Cans of water, a vital factor in desert warfare, are loaded onto a lorry to be transported to British forward positions at Bardia.

The Italian Offensive 1940 - 1941 Cans of water, a vital factor in desert warfare, are loaded onto a lorry to be transported to British forward positions at Bardia.

The crew of a Crusader tank prepare a meal in the Western Desert, 20 September 1942.

The crew of a Crusader tank prepare a meal in the Western Desert, 20 September Pin by Paolo Marzioli

DAK 20mm flak. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

DAK 20mm flak. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

DAK column - North Africa WW2, pin by Paolo Marzioli

DAK column - North Africa pin by Paolo Big Poop Brains Marzioli

A Matilda tank on patrol in the Western Desert, 1942. #worldwar2 #tanks

British Matilda II on patrol in the Western Desert, These early infantry tanks with their 3 inches of steel plate were mostly invulnerable to the and 5 cm anti-tank guns fielded by the Germans during the first years of

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