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'C' Squadron "Pat" Sherman tank and infantry advance through Impruneta, Firenze, Italy. 3 August (Photo source - © IWM NA Johnson (Sergeant) No. 2 Army Film & Photographic Unit (Colour by RJM) Military Diorama, Military Art, Military History, Canadian Army, British Army, Sherman Tank, Ww2 Photos, Military Pictures, Armored Fighting Vehicle

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'C' Squadron "Pat" Sherman M4A2 tank and infantry advance through Impruneta Firenze Italy. 3 August 1944. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

A US Army Corporal of the Armored Division, Arthur P. Garrett of Terre Haute, IN, completes the additional armor of an Sherman tank, applying cement to sandbags Diorama, Sherman Tank, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Story Of The World, Ww2 Tanks, Battle Tank, American Soldiers, Us Army, Military Army

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A US tanker applies a concrete coating over the sandbag applique armor covering his tank, 1944. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Armoured Division Sherman tanks, Churchill AVRE with fascine and Churchill bridgelayer loaded into a landing craft, Saxmundham-Ipswich area, January 1944 Ww2 Pictures, Ww2 Photos, Military Pictures, Tank Warfare, British Army, British Tanks, Royal Engineers, Landing Craft, British Armed Forces

THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45

H 35473. 79th Armoured Division Sherman tanks Churchill AVRE with fascine and Churchill bridgelayer loaded into a landing craft Saxmundham-Ipswich area 28 January 1944

Taking cover behind their Sherman tank escort, one man of this Ranger patrol of the Regimental Combat Team, US Infantry Division, uses his BAR to return the heavy Chinese Communist small arms and mortar fire which has them. Military Photos, Military History, Military Art, Les Satellites, Han River, Sherman Tank, History Online, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Korean War

Coffee and Spent Brass

spookingofskelesackia: “ I like to call this look “Vintage Operator Casual” ”

PFC Ray F. Lohof, 'B' Company, Armored Infantry Battalion, Armored Division being helped off a tank after the battle of Ober-Otterbach, 18 December Sherman Tank, Military Armor, Military Pictures, Ww2 Tanks, War Photography, Armored Vehicles, Military History, Armed Forces, World War Ii

PFC Ray F. Lohof, 'B' Company, 68th Armored Infantry Battalion, 14th Armored Division being helped off a tank after the battle of Ober-Otterbach, 18 December 1944.

A Sherman tank from the Armored Regiment, Armored Division, gets its tracks repaired in the ETO. Of interest are the crew's gear piled on top of the tank and material hung on the sides to camouflage the tank. taken from A war to be won Military Photos, Military History, General Motors, Us Armor, Sherman Tank, Ww2 Photos, Photographs, Ww2 Tanks, American Soldiers

At the Sharp End

bmashina: “Fix tracks of the American medium tank M4A3(76)W, winter 1944-45. Very interesting he made an impromptu screening: the sides are protected with logs, covered with Masseto. ”

Polish VVSS and Lieutenant Tadusz Barbarski. Note barrel paint intended to make the gun look like a short barrelled Sherman Tank, Train Truck, Rubber Raincoats, Military Armor, Ww2 Tanks, British Army, Us Army, World War Two, Warfare

Polish M4A1 76mm VVSS and Lieutenant Tadusz Barbarski. Note barrel paint intended to make the gun look like a short barrelled 75mm.

Sherman tank of Company C, Tank Battalion, drives through the entrance of the Aachen-Rothe Erde railroad station in Aachen, Germany on October 1944 Siegfried Line, Operation Market Garden, Sherman Tank, Man Of War, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Story Of The World, Ww2 Tanks, Military Diorama, Panzer

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“Catalina Kid,” a M4 medium tank of Company C, 745th Tank Battalion, drives through the entrance of the Aachen-Rothe Erde railroad station during the fighting around the city viaduct on Oct. 20, 1944.

Grave for three British tankers next to their knocked out Sherman. Ww2 Pictures, Sherman Tank, Ww2 Tanks, Interesting History, North Africa, World War Two, Historical Photos, Diorama, Wwii

Grave of British tankers near a wrecked " Sherman ", North Africa , 1941/42.