'Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert', First World War, (c1920). 'British aeroplanes bombing a Senussi camel convoy laden with ammunition...The sketch by a British officer from which the drawing was made was accompanied by the following note: "In the region of Baharia Wells, south of Dabaa, one of the four great wells in the desert between Alexandria and Matruh, two of our aeroplanes accomplished a very hazardous feat in dropping bombs on a Senussi village and demolishing a camel convoy. Some camels were laden with high-explosives, and violent explosions occurred, causing great da

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'Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert', First World War, (c1920). 'British aeroplanes bombing a Senussi camel convoy laden with ammunition...The sketch by a British officer from which the drawing was made was accompanied by the following note: "In the region of Baharia Wells, south of Dabaa, one of the four great wells in the desert between Alexandria and Matruh, two of our aeroplanes accomplished a very hazardous feat in dropping bombs on a Senussi village and demolishing a camel convoy. Some camels were laden with high-explosives, and violent explosions occurred, causing great da Stock Photo
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'Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert', First World War, (c1920). 'British aeroplanes bombing a Senussi camel convoy laden with ammunition...The sketch by a British officer from which the drawing was made was accompanied by the following note: "In the region of Baharia Wells, south of Dabaa, one of the four great wells in the desert between Alexandria and Matruh, two of our aeroplanes accomplished a very hazardous feat in dropping bombs on a Senussi village and demolishing a camel convoy. Some camels were laden with high-explosives, and violent explosions occurred, causing great da
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'Ships of the Air versus Ships of the Desert', First World War, (c1920). 'British aeroplanes bombing a Senussi camel convoy laden with ammunition...The sketch by a British officer from which the drawing was made was accompanied by the following note: "In the region of Baharia Wells, south of Dabaa, one of the four great wells in the desert between Alexandria and Matruh, two of our aeroplanes accomplished a very hazardous feat in dropping bombs on a Senussi village and demolishing a camel convoy. Some camels were laden with high-explosives, and violent explosions occurred, causing great damage."' The Senussi campaign was fought by the Kingdom of Italy and the British Empire against the Senussi, a religious order in Libya and Egypt, from November 1915 to February 1917. Drawn by F. de Haenen. From "The Great World War: A History", Volume V, edited by Frank A Mumby. [The Gresham Publishing Company Ltd, London, c1920]