Vickers machine gun crew of the British 1st Manchester Regiment, Malaya, 17 Oct 1941Alice Minge at the John Inglis and Company factory for Vickers machine guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sEileen Dagg working on .303 Vickers machine gun parts at the John Inglis and Company factory in Toronto, Canada, May 1944Vickers machine guns of 2nd Middlesex Regiment, British 3rd Division firing in support of troops crossing the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille-St. Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944
Vickers machine gun crew of the British 1st Manchester Regiment, Malaya, 17 Oct 1941Alice Minge at the John Inglis and Company factory for Vickers machine guns in Toronto, Canada, 1940sEileen Dagg working on .303 Vickers machine gun parts at the John Inglis and Company factory in Toronto, Canada, May 1944Vickers machine guns of 2nd Middlesex Regiment, British 3rd Division firing in support of troops crossing the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille-St. Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944
Machine gunners of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, firing the Vickers machine gun in support of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers between Meijel and Liessel, Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944.Men of the UK 1st Commando Brigade manning two Vickers medium machine guns just east of the Rhine River outside of Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, between 24-31 Mar 1945
Machine gunners of the 1st Battalion, Middlesex Regiment, firing the Vickers machine gun in support of the 6th Royal Scots Fusiliers between Meijel and Liessel, Netherlands, 1 Nov 1944.Men of the UK 1st Commando Brigade manning two Vickers medium machine guns just east of the Rhine River outside of Wesel, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, between 24-31 Mar 1945
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