Minerva armored car, model 1914 near Antwerp WW1.
Spanish BA during the Civil War
Vickers-Crossley Armored Car
WZ-34 Armored car
Marmon-Herrington Mk II armored car armed with an Italian Breda 20mm gun, near Tobruk, 8 May 1941.
Rolls-Royce armoured cars of the Royal Naval Air Service in protective berms at Cape Helles, August 1915.
Austin-Peerless Armoured Car
Despite their Great War origins, the Rolls-Royce Armored Car was still present in the British inventory by the time of World War 2. At least 76 examples were still on hand. As such, their fighting contribution was primarily centered in North Africa. around 1944 before they were given up for good. Irish-owned versions managed to outlive their usefulness into the mid-1950s.
The Rolls is shown in the “Caunter Scheme”. Named after the officer who is credited with devising it, the three-colour straight-edged camouflaged system used on British vehicles in the Middle East in 1940 and 1941.