24 items in this album on 2 pages.

Post card featuring Marines drilling with Browning M1917 machine guns, Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1918Communist machine gun crew at the Battle of Pingxingguan, Shanxi Province, China, 25 Sep 1937A Chinese military police unit during a review, Chongqing, China, 1938, photo 1 of 4A Chinese military police unit during a review, Chongqing, China, 1938, photo 2 of 4
Post card featuring Marines drilling with Browning M1917 machine guns, Quantico, Virginia, United States, circa 1918Communist machine gun crew at the Battle of Pingxingguan, Shanxi Province, China, 25 Sep 1937A Chinese military police unit during a review, Chongqing, China, 1938, photo 1 of 4A Chinese military police unit during a review, Chongqing, China, 1938, photo 2 of 4
Polish troops on a Sok√≥ł 1000 motorcycle with a Ckm wz. 30 machine gun, 3 May 1938Members of a Polish Army anti-aircraft crew posing with their Ckm wz.30 machine gun, Warsaw, Sep 1939M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 2 of 4Norwegian Army machine gun crew with Colt M/29 heavy machine gun, near Narvik, Norway, May 1940
Polish troops on a Sok√≥ł 1000 motorcycle with a Ckm wz. 30 machine gun, 3 May 1938Members of a Polish Army anti-aircraft crew posing with their Ckm wz.30 machine gun, Warsaw, Sep 1939M3A1 Scout Car in exercise, Fort Riley, Kansas, United States, date unknown, photo 2 of 4Norwegian Army machine gun crew with Colt M/29 heavy machine gun, near Narvik, Norway, May 1940
US Marines instructing Filipino aviation cadets on the use of a water-cooled .30 caliber Browning machine gun, circa 1941US 75mm gun on exercise, Tennessee, United States, Jun 1941Men of Polish resistance group Jedrusie operating a Ckm wz.30 machine gun, a clone of the Browning M1917 machine gun, date unknownUS Marine Corps officer candidates operating Browning Model 1917 heavy machine guns at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, United States, 1941-1942
US Marines instructing Filipino aviation cadets on the use of a water-cooled .30 caliber Browning machine gun, circa 1941US 75mm gun on exercise, Tennessee, United States, Jun 1941Men of Polish resistance group Jedrusie operating a Ckm wz.30 machine gun, a clone of the Browning M1917 machine gun, date unknownUS Marine Corps officer candidates operating Browning Model 1917 heavy machine guns at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, United States, 1941-1942
Willys MB vehicle armed with 37-mm gun and its crew, Newfoundland, 1942American troops inside a M3 Half-track vehicle during training, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army soldier posing with a Browning M1917 machine gun, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Marine Browning M1917 machine gun position over a Matanikao River crossing, Guadalcanal, Sep-Oct 1942
Willys MB vehicle armed with 37-mm gun and its crew, Newfoundland, 1942American troops inside a M3 Half-track vehicle during training, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Army soldier posing with a Browning M1917 machine gun, Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, Jun 1942US Marine Browning M1917 machine gun position over a Matanikao River crossing, Guadalcanal, Sep-Oct 1942
Chinese communist troops with Browning M1917 machine gun, Shaanxi Province, China, 1944Chinese communist troops with Browning M1917 machine guns, Shaanxi Province, China, 1944American troops guarding a Browning M1917 machine gun post, Cape Gloucester, Jan 1944US Marine Browning M1917 machine gun position, Guam, Jul-Aug 1944
Chinese communist troops with Browning M1917 machine gun, Shaanxi Province, China, 1944Chinese communist troops with Browning M1917 machine guns, Shaanxi Province, China, 1944American troops guarding a Browning M1917 machine gun post, Cape Gloucester, Jan 1944US Marine Browning M1917 machine gun position, Guam, Jul-Aug 1944

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