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Choose from 116 pictures in our Equipped collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma Featured Print

East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma

Photograph of a soldier from the East African Reconnaissance Regiment, checking a machine-gun, Burma, 1945. The East African Reconnaissance Regiment, part of 11th East African Division, was equipped with armoured cars and light tanks. In this image a soldier checks a Browning machine-gun. His division incorporated battalions of the King?s African Rifles and other forces from Kenya, Uganda, Nyasaland (now Malawi), Somaliland (Somalia) and Tanganyika (Tanzania). The Africans proved extremely hardy and tenacious in several battles, both as combatant soldiers, medical staff, and carriers. One of 12 photographs captioned: East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma. From photograph album of 147 photographs, 1944-1945. Associated with Brig M W Briggs and the 11th East African Division and the King's African Rifles, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Date: 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Mortar, 2 In Mk Vii* Airborne Featured Print

Mortar, 2 In Mk Vii* Airborne

Mk VII* 2 in mortar. Used by airborne forces during World War Two, 1945 (c). The 2 inch Mortar, introduced into service in 1938, was a light weapon designed for close support fire for infantry. Originally equipped with a base-plate and sights, it was modified during the war to a very simplified form. This model, produced in 1944 for use by airborne troops, is simply a metal tube with the sighting reduced to a white line on the barrel. The High Explosive or Smoke bomb is dropped down the barrel and fired by a simple lever. The maximum range is 430 metres (500 yards). Date: circa 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Ground defence against enemy air attacks, WW1 Featured Print

Ground defence against enemy air attacks, WW1

Examples of ground defence against enemy air attacks during the First World War. Showing bomb-dropping by hand from an aeroplane, an aeroplane being transported on a military motor, an armoured car equipped with a gun for firing at hostile aircraft, French gunners with anti-aircraft weapons, and the wall of a house damaged by a bomb which fell and exploded ten yards away. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans