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Two Iraqi tanks lie abandoned near Kuwait City in Gulf War (18/21)
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Two Iraqi T-55 main battle tanks lie abandoned on the Basra-Kuwait Highway near Kuwait City after the release of Iraqi forces from the city during Operation Desert Storm. Photo by PHC HOLMES, US Navy.

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Free Photos > Historical Battles Photos > Gulf War Photos > Two Iraqi tanks lie abandoned near Kuwait City in Gulf War (18/21)

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Two Iraqi T-55 main battle tanks lie abandoned on the Basra-Kuwait Highway near Kuwait City after the release of Iraqi forces from the city during Operation Desert Storm. Photo by PHC HOLMES, US Navy.

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