Humber armored car, date unknownHumber armored cars of the Inns of Court Regiment, UK 9th Armoured Division on parade at Guisborough, Yorkshire, England, UK, 19 Aug 1941Humber Mk II Armoured Car, 11 Mar 1942A Humber Mk II armoured car of the UK 12th Royal Lancers on patrol south of El Alamein, Egypt, Jul 1942
Humber armored car, date unknownHumber armored cars of the Inns of Court Regiment, UK 9th Armoured Division on parade at Guisborough, Yorkshire, England, UK, 19 Aug 1941Humber Mk II Armoured Car, 11 Mar 1942A Humber Mk II armoured car of the UK 12th Royal Lancers on patrol south of El Alamein, Egypt, Jul 1942
A Humber Mk II armoured car of 4th Light Armoured Brigade on patrol in the Western Desert, Egypt, 10 Aug 1942A Humber Mk II armoured car of the UK 12th Royal Lancers on patrol in the Western Desert, Egypt, 10 Aug 1942Humber Mk III armoured car, date unknownHumber Mk IV armoured car, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
A Humber Mk II armoured car of 4th Light Armoured Brigade on patrol in the Western Desert, Egypt, 10 Aug 1942A Humber Mk II armoured car of the UK 12th Royal Lancers on patrol in the Western Desert, Egypt, 10 Aug 1942Humber Mk III armoured car, date unknownHumber Mk IV armoured car, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
Humber Mk IV armoured car, date unknown, photo 2 of 2Canadian Daimler and Humber armored cars in the Belgian-Dutch border town of Putte, during the Anglo-Canadian drive to cut off the German 15th Army on the islands of the Scheldt Estuary, 11 Oct 1944
Humber Mk IV armoured car, date unknown, photo 2 of 2Canadian Daimler and Humber armored cars in the Belgian-Dutch border town of Putte, during the Anglo-Canadian drive to cut off the German 15th Army on the islands of the Scheldt Estuary, 11 Oct 1944
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