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Humber Light Reconnaissance Car
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The Humber Light Reconnaissance Car, also known as Humberette or Ironside, was a British armoured car produced during the Second World War. Humber Light Reconnaissance Car Armored Car | World War II Database. 14 Nov The Otter was the standard Canadian light armored car during the Second In , the company procured itself the Humber LRC Mark III.
Country of Origin/Used by: Great Britain. First Produced/Service Dates: Manufactured by: Rootes Group, Ltd. (Humber). Crew: 3. Armament: (1) Boys . Surviving Humber Light Reconnaissance Cars and Humber Scout Cars. Last update: 17 January Listed here are Humber Light Recon Cars and Humber. Humber Light Reconnaissance Car Mk II ("Defiant") Driver's handbook for car, 6 seater, 4x2 heavy utility: car, 5 seater, 4x2 closed: car, 5 seater, 4x2.
6 Dec Mk II or Mk III, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, 5 March Mk III. Mk III, Anzio, 21 March Mk III, Hamburg, 4 May Mk IIIA. Mk IIIA. Mk IIIA. 6 Jun This image, originally posted to Flickr, was reviewed on July 3, by the administrator or reviewer File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske), who. 20 Mar The iconic vehicle of the British Army's Reconnaissance Corps during World War II, the Humber Light Reconnaissance Car (LRC) saw service. HUMBER LIGHT RECONNAISSANCE CAR Mk. I. HUMBER LIGHT Secondary Armament, 1 x Bren Light Machine Gun. Smoke Discharger, 1 x 4in. [Photo] Leslie Bassett of No. Field Squadron RAF Regiment at the turret of his Humber Light Reconnaissance Car, the Netherlands, ; note.