On July 19, 1918, the twin-screw U-boat 110 was engaging a merchant vessel convoy in the North Sea off the town of Hartlepool when she was forced to the surface by Allied depth charges. She was then rammed and sunk by the H.M.S. Garry, a torpedo boat destroyer.
Erwin Rommel and Fritz Bayerlein in the SdKfz. 250/3 command vehicle 'Greif', near Tobruk, Libya, Jun 1942, photo 1 of 4 Photographer: Ernst A. Zwilling German Federal Archive
Knocked out panzer 4 in Afrika. Brithis soldiers inspect it. My colored picture.
AEC 4x4 Dorchester «Max» vehiculo de mando de Rommel del Befehlsstaffel Kdo.Panzergruppe «Africa», llamado por los alemanes «Mammoth - Mamuts»
IWM caption - "New Zealanders take prisoner the crew of a Matilda tank, captured by the Germans and used in an attempt to break through the Allied lines, during which it was knocked out by an anti-tank gun, 3 December 1941."
Fallschirmjager Ramcke Brigade - North Africa, pin by Paolo Marzioli