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B-24 bombers of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force at their base somewhere in Libya. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tripoli, Libya. Archbishop Spellman of New York (foreground) inspecting the damage done to the chapel of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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All that is left of a Junkers 52 troop carrier after Allied airmen bombed the administrative buildng and airdrome of an Axis position in Libya 1943. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Wreckage of Italian hangars and airplanes at Castel Benito Airfield outside Tripoli. The airfield was captured by the British in the Tripoli campaign. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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8th Army in Tripoli. Uncomfortably closeup shot of a British 8th Army tank used in the Tripoli campaign. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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8th Army in Tripoli. Faces of Tripoli's residents as they watch the arrival of the British 8th Army. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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8th Army in Tripoli. Faces of Tripoli's residents as they watch the arrival of the British army. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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8th Army in Tripoli. Journey's end, for a while. British tanks and crews line up on Tripoli's waterfront after capturing the city. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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8th Army in Tripoli. Warehouse on the Spanish Mole, on Tripoli's harbor, managed by U.S. Army 9th Air Force bombers during the attack on Tripoli. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tobruk, Libya. Roofless buildings stand among scattered masonry and wreckage of vehicles in the bomb-torn town which was one of the main supply ports for Rommel's army. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tripoli, Libya. Daylight raid by Allied air forces on the Castel Benito airdrome. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tobruk, Libya. Signposts printed in German and Italian point to former Axis offices at a street corner. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Enemy air equipment and installations took a heavy pounding from USArmyAirforce bombers as they pursued Marshal Erwin Rommel's retreating Afrika Korps through Libya. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Snow White, a B-24 bomber of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force at a forward bomber base in the Libyan desert. Four crew members pictured piloted it for 36 hours across Atlantic. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Archbishop Spellman of New York (left) surveys the ruins of the chapel of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. Brigadier General Auby C. Strickland and some Catholic nuns look on. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tripoli, Libya. Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tripoli, Libya. A native craftsman at his sewing machine 1943. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tripoli, Libya. A street scene 1943. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Tripoli, Libya. Brigadier General Auby C. Strickland of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force getting his shoes shined. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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SAS Desert. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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SAS Tunisia. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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SAS. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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French SAS. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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SAS Jeep. THRILLING pictures of Special Forces soldiers in action during World War Two have been brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised. The incredible images show Britain???s Special Air Service (SAS) patrolling in their jeeps in Germany and the desert in Tunisia. Other striking shots show a Special Boat Squadron soldier sharpening a knife during the Aegean Campaign in 1943, French SAS members posing for the camera and Army Rangers taking part in target practice. The black and white images were expertly colourised by Paul Reynolds to bring them into the 21st Century. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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German Afrika Corps These soldiers under a camouflage net are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps These soldiers and their 4 cm anti-aircraft gun (Flak) are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps This soldier is in charge of shoe repair. He is part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. The Corps is fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps A BMW R75 motor cycle of the 21st Panzer Division is passing through the desert. These soldiers are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps WH-683309 ( SdKfz 250/3) Observation half-track of the 3rd Battery, Artillery Regiment 75, 21st Tank Division. These soldiers are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps A 4cm anti-aircraft gun of the 21st tank division is in position. This unit was one of the two armoured division in the North African Campaign under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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Messerschmitt Bf 110D This plane is part of 8/ZG 26 (8th Staffel of Zerst?rer Geschwader 26). 8/ZG 26 "Horst Wessel" was a Luftwaffe destroyer Fighter Aircraft-wing, active in the Mediteranean and Africa 1941-1942. Mediteranean. World War II. 1942
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Mediterranean Operations A freighter is burning after an attack by the Luftwaffe. The German Air Force flew many missions in support of their Italian Allies and their own troops in Northern Africa. World War II. Mediterranean. 1942
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German Afrika Corps A Junkers Ju52 is delivering troops to the front in Northern Africa. These soldiers are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps MG34 crew in a rocky emplacement in the Western Desert. These soldiers are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps MG34 crew in a rocky emplacement in the Western Desert. These soldiers are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps German soldier with a telescope. He is looking for enemy movements in the Western Desert. This soldier is part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. 1942. He is fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps Junkers Ju87 (Stuka) dive bombers have been brought to the Western Desert. 1942. These troops are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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German Afrika Corps German jeep in the Western Desert. Only few vehicles were able to make it in the sand of Northern Africa. These soldiers are part of the African Campaign of the German Afrika Corps. 1942. They are fighting under Field Marshall Rommel. World War II. Northern Africa. 1942
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Arab assistant to an R.A.F. armourer pleased with this original head-dress of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Havoc wrought by British artillery bear Derna; dead lying among the wreckage of an Italian ammunition column caught by accurate shell-fire. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Impregnable Tobruk. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Libya- Popular mobile bath units in the Western Desert 1940. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Gunners manning a captured breda gun ready to fire at any German aircraft that ventures within range. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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Pictures from Tobruk- The editor on the rotary machine seen with his assistant, who is typing. INCREDIBLE images have revealed the last time Libya suffered through a war as the Allies and Axis powers fought the WW2 North Africa campaign. Harrowing pictures show the devastation wrought by both sides as a daylight raid on Tripoli is seen from the fighter plane???s perspective, roofless buildings remain barely standing amongst piles of rubble in Tobruk and Italian soldier lie dead in Derna following a British artillery strike. Cheerier photographs show Lieutenant William Marx of New York City, attached to the public relations office of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force, doing some painting in the streets of Tripoli, a soldier soaping his face as he enjoys a mobile bath unit and an Arab assistant to an RAF armourer pleased with his original head-dress made out of ammunition for a Kittyhawk. The powerful black and white shots capture the mood in Libya during the North Africa campaign of World War Two between 1940-1943.
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From Coast Guard-manned "sea-horse" landing craft American troops leap forward to storm a North African beach during final amphibious maneuvers. World War II. Photo: James D. Rose, Jr., North Africa, ca. 1944.
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