Malta stonewall camo

Discussion in 'North Africa & the Med' started by Owen, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. dbf

    dbf Moderatrix MOD

    Aha, better quality all along via the IWM category:
    Search objects | Imperial War Museums

    THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942
    Light Tank Mk VI, wearing the distinctive Malta camouflage, on a firing range, 24 March 1942.
    large_000000.jpg

    THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942
    large_000000-1.jpg


    THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942
    Object description: A Matilda tank being used to tow a Beaufort torpedo bomber which made a belly-landing at Luqa airfield after being damaged during an attack on the Italian Fleet, 16 July 1942.
    large_000000.jpg


    THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942
    Object description: A camouflaged Bren gun carrier during an exercise in the Maltese countryside, 24 May 1942.
    large_000000.jpg



    THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942
    Object description: A Light Tank Mk VIC on exercise in the Maltese countryside, 24 March 1942
    large_000000.jpg


    THE BRITISH ARMY ON MALTA 1942
    Object description: Light Tank Mk VIs during an exercise in the Maltese countryside, 24 May 1942. Foreground vehicle is a Mk VIC with 15mm Besa MG.
    large_000000-1.jpg
     
    Richelieu and Chris C like this.

Share This Page