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Sherman notice how the Driver and Radio Operators' forward compartments have square buldges in the front hull

A22 Infantry Tank Mark IV Churchill VI from the collection of the tank Museum in Bovington

A22 Infantry Tank Mark IV Churchill VI from the collection of the tank Museum in Bovington

Normandy, June 1944:  Sherman tanks and other vehicles of the 2nd Squadron, 12th Régiment de Chasseurs d'Afrique, French 2nd Armoured Division (2ème Division Blindée or 2e DB) at a marshalling area in Normandy, shortly after landing on Utah Beach on 1 August 1944.

EA Sherman tanks and other vehicles of the Squadron Régiment de Chasseurs d'Afrique French Armoured Division Division Blindée or DB) at a marshalling area in Normandy shortly after landing on Utah Beach on 1 August 1944

Couple of "Easy Eights" m4a3e8_Roll_Pass.jpg

American Sherman tanks -"Easy Eights". (using the Italian Army trick) of sandbag stacking for added protection against the German AT guns, particularly the infamous

US Infantry riding on an M4 Sherman tank of the 33rd Armored Regiment, 3rd Armored Division in Stolberg, Germany. 14 October, 1944

US Infantry riding on an Sherman tank of the Armored Regiment, Armored Division in Stolberg, Germany. 14 October, Armored Division History Slowly, the division ground to a halt in the Stolberg – Mausbach – Breinig (Germany).pin by Paolo Marzioli

A Sherman Tank and (what looks like) a Humber Armoured Car sit on a foggy hilltop road, waiting for the call to advance during the Final Battle for Monte Cassino. Cassino, Italy, 13th May, 1944.   Monte Cassino was a hilltop Abbey situated less than 2 kilometres to the west of the town of Cassino which dominated the entrance to the surrounding Liri valley.   The effectiveness and pinpoint accuracy of the artillery encountered by the advancing Allied forces lead them to believe that the…

A Sherman tank waiting to move forward duirng the battle for Cassino in Italy, 13 May 1944

Various allied tanks on display, including the  Sherman Fury.

Some pictures taken during the D-Day celebrations on june The now famous Fury was part of the show. Various allied tanks on display, including the Sherman Fury.

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