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Thursday, January 22, 2015

Austin-Seven Armoured Car - British Recruitment Campaign


British Recruitment Campaign

British recruitment campaign, which was used as claim a small Austin-Seven Armored Car (*). In the vehicle sides are encouraged to recruitment with the following proclamation:

Young Voluntary (**)
Wants you!
Do your duty Now!

(*) I do not know the date the photo was taken. It could have been made during the course of the Great War, or after it, eg in Ulster. With respect to the chassis on which it could be realized this armored "propaganda" car, no doubt it was the chassis of an Austin 7 horses. In principle it could be as much about an Austin 7-HP (Seven) model 1909 as a 1922 model Austin Seven.

(**) This is what I have deduced that it puts in this blurry first line of the proclamation.


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Campaña británica de reclutamiento

Campaña británica de reclutamiento, en la que se utilizó como reclamo un pequeño Coche Blindado Austin-Seven (*). En los costados del vehículo se anima al reclutamiento con la siguiente proclama:

Joven Voluntario (**)
¡Te necesitamos!
¡Cumple ahora con tu deber!

(*) Desconozco la fecha en que fue tomada la fotografía. Podría haber sido realizada durante el transcurso de la Gran Guerra, o posteriormente a ésta, por ejemplo en el Ulster. Con respecto al chasis sobre el que pudo ser realizado este coche blindado de "propaganda", no cabe duda de que se trataba del chasis de un Austin de 7 caballos. En principio podría tratarse tanto de un modelo Austin 7-HP (Seven - Siete) de 1909, como de un modelo Austin Seven de 1922.

(**) Esto es lo que he deducido que pone en este borroso primer reglón de la proclama.

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