Tobruk, Libya. 1941-09. A type of latrine used in Tobruk known as "The Seat of the Army".
British troops wearing some unusual gear Italy
A magnificent original colour image of the South African Air Force in North Africa during World War 2. May 1943. Seen here os a South African Squadron of Douglas Boston aircraft returning from a sortie to the Mareth Line in North Africa while another squadron is briefed in the foreground. Image copyright: The Imperial War Museum
Royal Air Force and South African Air Force personnel lunch together in the Western Desert, North Africa.
A South African Armoured Car, Mk II, at El Gumu, where the South Africans captured an enemy outpost. (Photo: SANMMH)
SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES EAST AFRICA 1941 (SAF 239)
Men of a South African armoured car unit cleaning their heavy Vickers machine guns at Hobok. 1941. Copyright IWM Collection.
TOBRUK, LIBYA. 1941. BLINDFOLDED ITALIAN PRISONERS OF WAR BEING BROUGHT INTO THE FORTRESS AREA, TOBRUK. Pin by Paolo Marzioli