It’s said to have been used by General George S. Patton and the Third Army
Not a lot of military vehicles made it out of World War II in one piece, that's for sure. But for the some vehicles that did, they became instant artifacts, machines that went through war and lived to tell the tale.
One hell of a find
Well, here's one hell of a barn-house find-if you can call it that: Members of the Philippine Army have unearthed what's left of a World War II-era US army M5A1 Stuart light tank from the shore of
There's a lovely story behind it
Forgive us, but the story of this one-off, 1939 Bentley Corniche is just too rich to gloss over quickly. Our journey begins way back in the late '30s, with the specter of World War II looming...A young Greek racing driver
Motoring shift took place 70 years ago
Today marks an important milestone for Philippine motoring because it was on March 10, 1945, that President Sergio Osmeña signed Executive Order No. 34, which directed Filipino motorists to drive on the right side of the road. Until that time, Philippine
Revisiting history
If you're a World War II buff and you'd like to check out authentic wartime vehicles, make your way to Intramuros on Sunday, March 24, at 4:30pm, since a reenactment of the 1945 Liberation of Manila will be staged
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