21 items in this album on 2 pages.

Canadian Ford-built CMP 3/4-ton 2-wheel drive truck set to lead a British Royal Air Force convoy out Libya to Tunisia, circa 1942.PT-208, a Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boat in zebra paint, receiving three new Packard W-14 M2500 replacement engines at Bizerte, Tunisia, 1943. Note the raised rocket launcher rails on the bow.Troops of PK XI. Fliegerkorps with a 5 cm PaK 38 anti-tank gun, Tunisia, 1943George Patton studying a map in Tunisia, spring 1943
Canadian Ford-built CMP 3/4-ton 2-wheel drive truck set to lead a British Royal Air Force convoy out Libya to Tunisia, circa 1942.PT-208, a Higgins 78-foot motor torpedo boat in zebra paint, receiving three new Packard W-14 M2500 replacement engines at Bizerte, Tunisia, 1943. Note the raised rocket launcher rails on the bow.Troops of PK XI. Fliegerkorps with a 5 cm PaK 38 anti-tank gun, Tunisia, 1943George Patton studying a map in Tunisia, spring 1943
German troops at Sidi Nsia, Tunisia, early 1943; note R75 motorcycle and US-built M3 halftrack vehicle with German markingsGeroge Patton observing the battlefield, Tunisia, early 1943Panzer III medium tanks at Kasserine Pass, Tunisia, Feb 1943.British PIAT team on exercise at a firing range in Tunisia, 19 Feb 1943
German troops at Sidi Nsia, Tunisia, early 1943; note R75 motorcycle and US-built M3 halftrack vehicle with German markingsGeroge Patton observing the battlefield, Tunisia, early 1943Panzer III medium tanks at Kasserine Pass, Tunisia, Feb 1943.British PIAT team on exercise at a firing range in Tunisia, 19 Feb 1943
German Tiger I heavy tank and another vehicle on a road in Tunisia, 26 Feb 1943B-17F bomber of 97th BG of US 414th BS after collision with a German  fighter over Tunis in North Africa, 1 Feb 1943; this bomber landed safely and was repaired and put back in action. Photo 1 of 8General Dwight Eisenhower sharing a lighter moment with four US Army soldiers in Tunisia, 18 Mar 1943.Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Major General Terry Allen, and Lieutenant General George Patton observing the field near El Guettar, Tunisia, late Mar 1943
German Tiger I heavy tank and another vehicle on a road in Tunisia, 26 Feb 1943B-17F bomber of 97th BG of US 414th BS after collision with a German fighter over Tunis in North Africa, 1 Feb 1943; this bomber landed safely and was repaired and put back in action. Photo 1 of 8General Dwight Eisenhower sharing a lighter moment with four US Army soldiers in Tunisia, 18 Mar 1943.Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Major General Terry Allen, and Lieutenant General George Patton observing the field near El Guettar, Tunisia, late Mar 1943
United States Army combat engineer placing several half-pound cans of TNT explosive under an abandoned German tank during the Battle of El Guettar, Tunisia, Apr 1943.Members of the British 11th Royal Horse Artillery, First Armoured Division, pose with their Canadian Chevrolet-built CMP 4x4 truck, messenger motorcycle, and canine mascot, Tunisia, 22 Apr 1943.B-17E Fortress on an RAF airfield in Tunisia. Note irregular camouflage paint scheme and 417 Sq. RCAF Spitfire at left. This was the bomber given to Montgomery by Eisenhower. Photo taken shortly after 17 Apr 1943.Kittyhawk Mark III fighter with the RAF 112 Squadron taxiing at Medenine, Tunisia, May 1943. The crewman on the wing is helping guide the pilot whose view is obscured by the aircraft’s raised nose.
United States Army combat engineer placing several half-pound cans of TNT explosive under an abandoned German tank during the Battle of El Guettar, Tunisia, Apr 1943.Members of the British 11th Royal Horse Artillery, First Armoured Division, pose with their Canadian Chevrolet-built CMP 4x4 truck, messenger motorcycle, and canine mascot, Tunisia, 22 Apr 1943.B-17E Fortress on an RAF airfield in Tunisia. Note irregular camouflage paint scheme and 417 Sq. RCAF Spitfire at left. This was the bomber given to Montgomery by Eisenhower. Photo taken shortly after 17 Apr 1943.Kittyhawk Mark III fighter with the RAF 112 Squadron taxiing at Medenine, Tunisia, May 1943. The crewman on the wing is helping guide the pilot whose view is obscured by the aircraft’s raised nose.
United States Army troops enter Tunis, Tunisia, May 1943.British General Bernard Montgomery and American Lt General George Patton shake hands at a Tunisian airstrip prior to the Sicily Invasion, mid 1943. I Armored Corps Deputy Commander Geoffrey Keyes is at left.M4 Sherman tanks being loaded onto LSTs for Operation Husky, Pêcherie, Bizerte, Tunisia, 7 Jul 1943Dwight Eisenhower and Winston Churchill in Tunisia, 25 Dec 1943, photo 1 of 2; Churchill was in a robe in this photo because he was recovering from pneumonia
United States Army troops enter Tunis, Tunisia, May 1943.British General Bernard Montgomery and American Lt General George Patton shake hands at a Tunisian airstrip prior to the Sicily Invasion, mid 1943. I Armored Corps Deputy Commander Geoffrey Keyes is at left.M4 Sherman tanks being loaded onto LSTs for Operation Husky, Pêcherie, Bizerte, Tunisia, 7 Jul 1943Dwight Eisenhower and Winston Churchill in Tunisia, 25 Dec 1943, photo 1 of 2; Churchill was in a robe in this photo because he was recovering from pneumonia

21 items in this album on 2 pages.



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