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The crew of a Crusader tank prepare a meal in the Western Desert, 20 September 1942.
A British infantryman takes the surrender of the crew of an enemy supply truck in the Western Desert, 2 June 1942.
British and German soldiers exchange cigarettes, gifts, and addresses during Christmas Truce, 1914
A British Crusader tank passes a burning German Pzkw Mk IV tank during Operation Crusader. 27 November 1941
Germans and British soldiers (nobody seems armed )attending to a wounded British soldier of the Great War. WW I
Erwin Rommel, The Desert Fox, Commander of German forces in North Africa 1942.
A lorry-mounted 2-pdr anti-tank gun passes a destroyed German PzKpfw tank in the Western Desert, 2 June 1942.
A British anti aircraft gun crew in Tobruk using a captured Italian Breda 20mm gun.
Rommel, The Desert Fox, in North Arica 1942 Erwin Rommel, Commander of German forces in North Africa 1942
Surrendering German Navy & Luftwaffe Officers