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Graphic Motorcycle & Tank World War II Post Card
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Graphic Motorcycle & Tank World War II Post Card
Motorcycle   Tank   U.S. Army   Military   World War II   WWII   Post Card
The picture shows a view of this Graphic Motorcycle & Tank World War II Post Card. Also shown is a closer view of the cetner section. The postcard has an image of an Army Soldier firing a machine gun from a WWII military motorcycle. There are also four scenes of U.S. Army tanks in a desert, on a hill, in water, and in a field. The front of the card is marked as follows:

c-9 U.S. Armored Regiment Activities, Fort Bragg, N.C.
Photos By U.S. Army Signal Corps
Curt Teich & Co., Inc.

The back has information about Fort Bragg. The post card was sent in 1942 from Fort Bragg to a Peabody, Massachusetts address. There is a written message and a one cent Statue of Liberty defense postage stamp. It measures 5-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. Aside from having been used it is in near mint condition.

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