British Blog to Light Infantry: Buzz Off

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The British Army in North Africa 1942 Men of the 1/6th Queen's Regiment marching into Tobruk, 18 November 1942.

The British Army in North Africa 1942 Men of the 1/6th Queen's Regiment marching into Tobruk, 18 November 1942.

They’re cheap to support, but even so, they’ll still have to justify their inexpensive, cheese-paring existence by training foreign forces, it appears. “This would lead to improvements in partner force proficiency, which would facilitate their employment with British mechanised and armoured battlegroups to clear ground,” avers the cheeky “Wavell Room.” Thanks, mates! Now to the side of the road, please. No hitchhikers!

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