Aerial view of the village of Giarabub, Libya, 1941Italian cruiser San Giorgio after being scuttled in the harbor at Tobruk, Libya as Australian troops entered the city, 22 Jan 1941. Note torpedo nets. Photo 1 of 2.Italian cruiser San Giorgio after being scuttled in the harbor at Tobruk, Libya as Australian troops entered the city, 22 Jan 1941. Note torpedo nets. Photo 2 of 2.Smoke rising from the port of Tobruk, Libya, 1941.
Aerial view of the village of Giarabub, Libya, 1941Italian cruiser San Giorgio after being scuttled in the harbor at Tobruk, Libya as Australian troops entered the city, 22 Jan 1941. Note torpedo nets. Photo 1 of 2.Italian cruiser San Giorgio after being scuttled in the harbor at Tobruk, Libya as Australian troops entered the city, 22 Jan 1941. Note torpedo nets. Photo 2 of 2.Smoke rising from the port of Tobruk, Libya, 1941.
Matilda tanks of UK 32nd Army Tank Brigade, Tobruk, late 1941 or early 1942German crewmen Hoffmann and Berger cleaning the machine gun barrel of Bf 109 fighter W. Nr. 8673, which belonged to Hans-Joachim Marseille, Martuba, Libya, Mar 1942Kittyhawk Mark I fighter with the RAF 112 Squadron taxiing through the scrub of the Libyan desert, 2 Apr 1942. The crewman on the wing is helping guide the pilot whose view is obscured by the aircraft’s raised nose.Overhead view of a South African Air Force raid on the German airfield at Martuba, Libya, 6 Jul 1942. Note circular dust patterns of bomb bursts and lines of dust kicked up by scrambling aircraft.
Matilda tanks of UK 32nd Army Tank Brigade, Tobruk, late 1941 or early 1942German crewmen Hoffmann and Berger cleaning the machine gun barrel of Bf 109 fighter W. Nr. 8673, which belonged to Hans-Joachim Marseille, Martuba, Libya, Mar 1942Kittyhawk Mark I fighter with the RAF 112 Squadron taxiing through the scrub of the Libyan desert, 2 Apr 1942. The crewman on the wing is helping guide the pilot whose view is obscured by the aircraft’s raised nose.Overhead view of a South African Air Force raid on the German airfield at Martuba, Libya, 6 Jul 1942. Note circular dust patterns of bomb bursts and lines of dust kicked up by scrambling aircraft.
USAAF Ordinancemen with the 514th Bomb Squadron preparing bombs at Soluch Airfield, Benghazi, Libya, mid-1943. B-24D Liberator “Wash’s Tub” in the background was one of the bombers on the Ploesti Raid of Aug 1 1943.B-24D Liberator bomber
USAAF Ordinancemen with the 514th Bomb Squadron preparing bombs at Soluch Airfield, Benghazi, Libya, mid-1943. B-24D Liberator “Wash’s Tub” in the background was one of the bombers on the Ploesti Raid of Aug 1 1943.B-24D Liberator bomber 'Jerks Natural' of 93rd Bomber Group, US 328th Bomber Squadron at an airfield at Gambut Airfield (now Kambut), Libya, Feb 1943


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