Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 13 No 12

SEE KIN GOUT 'I'ME ENEMY LOST PROPERTY Off on another sortie, this British tank commander was Made in Germany, and used by the Italians, the British keeping a sharp lookout for signs of the enemy. troops find this captured gun useful in defending Tobruk. “THE MOST UNKIND CUTEST OF ALL” The excess of superlatives used by the Roman Julius Cajsar when his best Iriend turned against him must be mild compared with the remarks of modern Romans who found their own 149 mm. guns turned against them. 266j
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