2013 / 08 A Week in Morocco

It was already back in 2005 when I had visited this beautiful Country for the last time. Now I had the nice chance to go there for another week – this time to Oujda in the northeast of the Country – directly at the (closed) border to Algeria. I admit that I was not really looking for old cars but I “met” two of them: An old Bedford TJ which is probably the most famous truck of Morocco and known under its name the Red Lion of the Atlas and antother truck – it looks as if it would be a Dodge M37 of the 1950s but… the loading bay is fairly different. I did not yet find it out…

31.08.2013 18:33 | Kuno Gross

2013 / 08 Russel McGuirk's new Publication

Russel Mc'Guirk, the author of Sanusi's Little War has published a new book.

Check it out here: Light Car Patrols 1916-19

20.08.2013 22:22 | Kuno Gross

2013 / 08 Convoy to Remember in Birmenstorf

It was again three years ago since the last Convoy to Remember in Birmenstorf / CH. Hundreds of military vehicles have gatheret to form a huge convoy (which I actually did not see since I visited the event a day before…)

09.08.2013 22:13 | Kuno Gross

2013 / 08 New Publications

Two three have recently published their new books:

Kurt J. Jaeger's “Abyssinian Cache” is the English version of the “Bugatti Dossier”. More details here: The Abyssinian Cache

David Jefferson has published a new book on “Operation Agreement” with the title “Tobruk – A Raid too far”. More here: Tobruk – A Raid too Far

A new book about the South African reconnaissance car by William Marshall: Marmon Herrington

03.08.2013 19:02 | Kuno Gross