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Thank you to all the troops that have fought for the safety and freedom of others. #LestWeForget #VeteransDay #HappyVeteransDay #ThankYou #Padgram

Thank you to all the troops that have fought for the safety and freedom of others.

The Welbike, for parachute drops.  The Welbike 1.5bhp, 98cc two stroke, fold up motorbike for parachute assault troops in World War Two. Made by Excelsior 1942-46 this machine could hit 30 mph and go 90 miles on a tank.

The Welbike, for parachute drops. The Welbike two stroke, fold up motorbike for parachute assault troops in World War Two. Made by Excelsior this machine could hit 30 mph and go 90 miles on a tank.

A German soldier of a motorized Division takes a break to eat a meal and gain some energy before heading back out into the unforgiving Russian frosts on his BMW R12 motorcycle.

Kradmelder - BMW - Ostfront I bet that ole boy wishes be could roll the…

So in celebration of my 200th post, I wanted to get something started that is near and dear to my heart. Vintage Ads and Photos. Since we are all...

New York City Police Department Photo Unit, 1951 ➜ Indian Police Motorcycle Timeline The police would get a lot more respect if they still wore uniforms like that.

WW1 Mark IV tank + WW1 Motorcycle and Machine Gun , from the War Horse film

Mark IV réservoir moto et Machine Gun, du film War Horse. Mark IV tank motorcycle and Machine Gun, the film War Horse

1941- Polish soldiers man a motorcycle equipped with a submachine gun during invasion maneuvers in Perthshire, Scotland.

Polish soldiers man a motorcycle equipped with a submachine gun during invasion maneuvers in Perthshire, England.

A Rolls-Royce light armoured car, Abbeville, May 1916. At the start of the war, British armoured car squadrons were used as mechanised raiding columns on the Western Front. As...

A Rolls-Royce light armoured car, Abbeville, May At the start of the war, British armoured car squadrons were used as mechanised raiding columns on the Western Front.

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