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chindits.Troops landed behind the Japanese lines in Burma. I heard another meaning of the word Chindits. Tokens that could be exchanged for money if Arabs did not cut off certain rounded objects from our soldiers..They were supposedly carried at all times by our allied troops in Arab territory in case of capture..

chindits.Troops landed behind the Japanese lines in Burma. I heard another meaning of the word Chindits. Tokens that could be exchanged for money if Arabs did not cut off certain rounded objects from our soldiers..They were supposedly carried at all times by our allied troops in Arab territory in case of capture..

kit guide - Infanterie Can/UK - WW2 Quebec

kit guide - Infanterie Can/UK

6th King's Own Scottish Borderers in a wood near Hamminkeln, Germany 25th of March 1945.

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British soldiers of the 2/7th Middlesex Regiment carry out maintenance on a Vickers machine gun at Anzio, Italy, 21 February 1944. 2nd/7th At the outbreak of War, the 2/7th Bn was part of the 6th...

Far East of Russia/ Khabarovsk

British soldiers of the 2/7th Middlesex Regiment carry out maintenance on a Vickers machine gun at Anzio, Italy, 21 February 1944. 2nd/7th At the outbreak of War, the 2/7th Bn was part of the 6th...

Men of 48 Commando at Walcheren.

Men of 48 Commando at Walcheren.

[Photo] The crew of a British Cruiser Mk IV tank studying a map in the Western…

[Photo] The crew of a British Cruiser Mk IV tank studying a map in the Western Desert, Egypt, 30 Apr 1941

[Photo] The crew of a British Cruiser Mk IV tank studying a map in the Western Desert, Egypt, 30 Apr 1941 | World War II Database

Duke of Gloucester greeting New Zealand soldiers in 1940

Duke of Gloucester greeting New Zealand soldiers in 1940

Maori soldiers of the Native Contingent appear in high spirits in this photo, taken in Egypt early 1915. After a few weeks in Egypt the contigent was sent to Malta for garrison duties, while the remaining N.Z. soldiers went to Gallipoli. The heavy casualties at Anzac Cove meant that any idea of the Native Contingent being kept out of the fighting was soon abandoned. The Maori soldiers landed at Gallipoli on 2 July 1915.

The Native Contingent in Egypt, 1915

These soldiers of the Māori Contingent appear in high spirits in this photo taken in Egypt in early 1915. After a few weeks in Egypt the contingent was sent to Malta for garrison duties, while the remaining New Zealand soldiers went to Gallipoli. The heavy casualties at Anzac Cove meant that any...

Members of the Maori Battalion.North Africa .1940

Le Zouave: Photo

Covering warfare in the times before 1950

Three members of the Maori Battalion in the Western Desert, Egypt. From left to right: P Clarke, T Bryers and W H Cooper. Photographer unidentified.

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New Zealand soldiers, western desert, WWII, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Новозеландские солдаты в северной Африке

Групповое фото новозеландских солдат в северной Африке. Реальная военная история.