Chinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911Chinese Madsen machine gun crew, date unknownNorwegian Army two-man Madsen light machine gun crew, 1928Chinese soldier with a Madsen machine gun, 1930s
Chinese armorer with a Madsen light machine gun, 1911Chinese Madsen machine gun crew, date unknownNorwegian Army two-man Madsen light machine gun crew, 1928Chinese soldier with a Madsen machine gun, 1930s
Thai soldier with Madsen machine gun, date unknownDanish machine gun team gathered for a photo hours before engaging with German invaders, Bredevad, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940; two of the men died later that day; note Madsen light machine gunRoyal Dutch East Indies troops on exercise, circa 1941; note Madsen light machine gunJapanese troops on a truck, date unknown; note captured Madsen machine gun
Thai soldier with Madsen machine gun, date unknownDanish machine gun team gathered for a photo hours before engaging with German invaders, Bredevad, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940; two of the men died later that day; note Madsen light machine gunRoyal Dutch East Indies troops on exercise, circa 1941; note Madsen light machine gunJapanese troops on a truck, date unknown; note captured Madsen machine gun
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