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Tango0128 Dec 2019 8:52 p.m. PST

"During the Great War, part of the London buses were converted into trucks and sent to the front. There were not many of these vehicles made, and it was a somewhat revolutionary idea to have machines doing the work instead of men on such a large scale at the time.

These "B-types serves with distinction carrying both materials and men and they were used by the British in replacements of rail and horse-drawn carriages in their logistics supply lines.---"

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