Huot automatic rifle (above) and Lewis gun (below), 1918, photo 1 of 2Huot automatic rifle (above) and Lewis gun (below), 1918, photo 2 of 2US machine gun crew firing a Lewis machine gun during WW1, circa 1918Japanese naval infantryman with Type 92 machine gun, date unknown
Huot automatic rifle (above) and Lewis gun (below), 1918, photo 1 of 2Huot automatic rifle (above) and Lewis gun (below), 1918, photo 2 of 2US machine gun crew firing a Lewis machine gun during WW1, circa 1918Japanese naval infantryman with Type 92 machine gun, date unknown
A platoon sergeant of the US 4th Marine Regiment instructs Filipino cadets in the use of a Lewis machine gun, Philippine Islands, circa 1941Canadian troops at their Lewis machine gun position overlooking the main highway at Iceland, 10 Feb 1941Recruits of the Singapore Volunteer Force training with a Lewis machine gun, Nov 1941G4M bombers in flight, seen through the gun port of another G4M bomber, 1941-1943; note Type 92 machine gun (Lewis clone)
A platoon sergeant of the US 4th Marine Regiment instructs Filipino cadets in the use of a Lewis machine gun, Philippine Islands, circa 1941Canadian troops at their Lewis machine gun position overlooking the main highway at Iceland, 10 Feb 1941Recruits of the Singapore Volunteer Force training with a Lewis machine gun, Nov 1941G4M bombers in flight, seen through the gun port of another G4M bomber, 1941-1943; note Type 92 machine gun (Lewis clone)
US Navy Adms R. English & C. Nimitz at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States as USS Trout returned with 2 POWs from the sunken Japanese cruiser Mikuma, 14 Jun 1942Troops of the British Eastern Command, date unknown; note Bren gun, ammunition carrier dog
US Navy Adms R. English & C. Nimitz at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States as USS Trout returned with 2 POWs from the sunken Japanese cruiser Mikuma, 14 Jun 1942Troops of the British Eastern Command, date unknown; note Bren gun, ammunition carrier dog 'Mark', and Lewis gun pan magazine
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