Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 14 No 2

ACTIVE DEFENCES ROUND TOBRUK ONE OF A DAWN PA'IKOL I'lie smile of this member of a dawn patrol is evidence that Tobruk’s defenders enjoy “teasing” tlie besiegers. CrOW’b NEST IN THE DESERT His field-glasses to his eyes, this Australian soldier gains information of enemy movements from his lofty post. DISCRETION THE BETTER FART OF VALOUR It is sometimes as well to use caution when captured guns are turned on the enemy. These gunners at Tobruk were takin no chances they used a 30-toot rope to tire this enemy howitzer which, they thought, was likely to explode.
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