Hutchinson's Pictorial History of the War, Series 18 No 2

\ DIGGING-IN OPERATIONS It looks as though the soldier busv with a spade might be making a huge sand-castle, but actually he is engaged in digging- in a U.S.-built Honey tank. The photograph was taken near Mount Hemiemat. LOOKING FOR THE ENEMY British patrols were busy l-etore Field-Marshal Rommel attempted to breakthrough Egypt’s defences on 31st August. Above, a Honey tank out on patrol near Mount Hemiemat, with the tank commander on the lookout for the enemy. 261
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