British tracked carriers of World War Two
Carrier is the generic term used to identify a family of small tracked, open-topped and usually armoured vehicles, peculiar to British Army between 1939 and 1945. Originally envisaged to carry a machine gun and its team across the ground defended by enemy small arms fire, Carriers were further adapted to several different roles. These versatile machines, produced in great numbers, were employed by almost every nation involved in World War Two.
By Luigi Manes, 100 pages
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