Agile gibbon, Hylobates agilis. Endangered
Agile or black-handed gibbon, Hylobates agilis. Endangered. (Smaller gibbon, Simia lar minor) Drawn by Charles Hamilton Smith and engraved by M. Griffith. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Edward Griffith's The Animal Kingdom by the Baron Cuvier, London, Whittaker, 1824. Date:
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Tracked machine guns and in fights by G. H. Davis
Mechanical supports for the infantry of the British Army as depicted by ILN special diagrammatic artist, G. H. Davis, showing tankettes with trailer wagons for transporting machine-guns together with crews on foot and two-man tanks for in-fighting. Designed to be agile and be the shock troops of tomorrow (this in 1930), the platoons of in-fighters were offiically attached to battalions of the 6th and 7th Brigades.
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