Samochód pancerny wz.34 with the so-called 'Japanese camouflage' (used by the Polish forces until 1936), mid-1930s

Caption     Samochód pancerny wz.34 with the so-called 'Japanese camouflage' (used by the Polish forces until 1936), mid-1930s ww2dbase
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