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WW1 Trucks and Armored-Cars
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Understanding the importance of armored vehicles in modern war, a group of American millionaires, among them Henry Clay Frick (1849 - 1919), pooled their money and donated a number of such items to the New York National Guard. VANITY FAIR MAGAZINE followed this story and produced this article as it developed with a thorough review of each of the donated military vehicles. Although the trucks are photographed, few are named.

     


American Trucks & Armored Cars  (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1916)

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