Mar" u*eum THEY ARE READY WITH MACHINE-GUN AND MASCOT TOO Armoured cars played an important part in the British attempt to help in the defence of Antwerp. Here is one of the earlier type of armoured cars carrying a machine-gun without the protection of a turret, though the body of the driver is protected by armour plating up to the level of his face. The crew of this particular car, photographed in the streets of Antwerp, have acquired in the city a mascot in the shape of a small stray dog which makes himself quite at home among his new allies. 177. E
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