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June 1941 Syria. South-African built Marmon-Herrington Mk.II or early III. June 8th 1941, British and Free French forces enter Syria and Lebanon in Operation Exporter. Among those wounded in the fighting was the 26-year-old leader of Palestinian volunteer forces, Moshe Dayan, the future hero in the fight for an independent Jewish state. He lost an eye.

British armoured cars advancing into Syria, June The invasion of Syria had encountered unexpectedly fierce resistance from French forces loyal to the Vichy regime in France. The main thrust north from British Palestine was led by the Australian Division.

A Marmon Herrington Mark II armoured car, used as a mobile wireless telegraphy post by the RAF Wireless Observer Units in the Western Desert.

A Marmon Herrington Mark II armoured car, used as a mobile wireless telegraphy post by the RAF Wireless Observer Units in the Western Desert.

Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car, is a series of armoured vehicles that were produced in South Africa and adopted by the British Army during World War II

Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car, is a series of armoured vehicles that were produced in South Africa and adopted by the British Army during World War II

Marmon Herrington Mk II Armoured Car

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A group of British prisoners at Marmon-Herrington armored cars (in the foreground - Marmon-Herrington Armored Car Mk.II, in the background - Marmon-Herrington Armored Car Mk.III) in North Africa. In the background of the photo - the German soldiers.

A group of British prisoners at Marmon-Herrington armored cars (in the foreground - Marmon-Herrington Armored Car Mk.II, in the background - Marmon-Herrington Armored Car Mk.III) in North Africa. In the background of the photo - the German soldiers.

A line of Marmon-Herrington Mark II's being driven by the King's Dragoon Guards, at Tobruk, 1941.

tkohl: “ A line of Marmon-Herrington Mark II’s being driven by the King’s Dragoon Guards, at Tobruk, Via ”- pin by Paolo Marzioli

Autoblinda britannica, di costruzione sudafricana, Marmon-Herrington Mk II, nei pressi di Tobruck, Libia, 8 maggio 1941. E' armata con pezzo da 20 mm Breda di preda bellica.

Marmon-Herrington Mk II armoured car armed with an Italian Breda gun, near Tobruk, Libya, 8 May Pin by Paolo Marzioli

British Marmon-Herrington Mk.IIIa, Lybia fall 1942, pin by Paolo Marzioli

The Marmon-Herrington Mark III was a largely mass-produced South African armored car used by the Allies in North Africa, Sicily and Italy.

SOUTH AFRICAN FORCES NORTH AFRICA DURING SECOND WORLD WAR (E 10601) A South African Marmon-Herrington armoured car crew stops to take a compass bearing during a patrol. The South African armoured car units were successfully used in North Africa for reconnaissance duties and as part of mobile columns despatched to harrass the enemy.

A South African Marmon-Herrington armoured car crew stops to take a compass bearing during a patrol in the Western Desert, 13 April

British Marmon-Herrington Mk.III, Lybia early 1942, pin by Paolo Marzioli

The Marmon-Herrington Mark III was a largely mass-produced South African armored car used by the Allies in North Africa, Sicily and Italy.