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THE SPECIAL AIR SERVICE (SAS) IN NORTH AFRICA DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR. An SAS jeep in the Gabes-Tozeur area of Tunisia. The vehicle is heavily loaded with jerricans of fuel and water, and personal kit. The 'gunner' is manning the .50 inch Browning heavy machine gun, while the driver has a single Vickers 'K' gun in front, and a twin mounting behind.

NA An SAS jeep in the Gabes-Tozeur area of Tunisia. The vehicle is heavily loaded with jerricans of fuel and water and personal kit. The 'gunner' is manning the

COLOR WWII Photo Erwin Rommel Afrika Corps WW2 World War Two Germany /2089

COLOR WWII Photo Erwin Rommel Afrika Corps WW2 World War Two Germany /2089

[Photo] Colonel General Erwin Rommel observing the field with binoculars, North Africa, photo 1 of 2

The Long Range Desert Group. They were an observation group used to penetrate deep into enemy territory. Sometimes engaged in combat but more often providing information and guiding groups like the SAS.

A British Long Range Desert Group truck halted while its crew enjoy a midday break in the shade beneath the vehicle, July This shade was sometimes shared by exhausted and migrating birds. Corporal Read, a Medical Orderly, is on top of the truck.

New Zealand 2-pdr anti-tank gun mounted on a truck in the portee role, 3 December 1941.

New Zealand anti-tank gun mounted on a truck in the portee role, 3 December

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