World War: BRITISH TANKS AFTER A SCRIMMAGE

This collection of Grade A scrap steel, according to the Germans, is all that is left of a British tank force after a recent skirmish near the border between Libya and Egypt. The Germans were confidently preparing last week to add to their collection of junked British weapons. In reconnaissance-in-force across the Egyptian border, they drove two fairly strong tank columns into British forward positions to feel out strength, then withdrew them quickly. British strength in the Western Desert has grown greatly during the summer, and the British hope there will be no more landscapes like the above when the...

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