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Check It Out – Top Facts About The French SOMUA S35 – The Ill-Fated Tank

SOMUA ("S" stands for SOMUA) was a French pre-war medium tank that was intended to serve as a cavalry cruiser tank for the French Army.

M31 (T2) Tank Recovery Vehicle from the 7th Armored Division. Chartres France 1944.

M31 (T2) Tank Recovery Vehicle from the 7th Armored Division. Chartres France 1944.

German tank ace Michael Wittman led a remarkable and distinguished career as a tanker in World War Two. He served in both the Eastern and Western Fronts; his heroic derring-do quickly made him a legend. His most famous battle was at Villers-Bocage in France on June 13, 1944. His lone Tiger tank ambushed vehicles from the British 7th Armored Division. In fifteen minutes, he destroyed 15 tanks, 14 armored vehicles, and two anti-tank guns. Neither him, his crew, or his Panther suffered so much…

German tank ace Michael Wittman led a remarkable and distinguished career as a…

French Leclerc main battle tank, fastest grenade reloader of it's time OMG look a lot like an Abrams tank but French.

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Leclerc (France) The Leclerc main battle tank (MBT) built by Giat Industries is operational with the French Army and the armed forces of Abu Dhabi of the United Arab Emirates.

M10 Tank Destro yer equipped with the T1E1 Rhinoceros hedgerow cutter, prior to Operation Cobra, in France, circa mid-July 1944

Tank Destro yer equipped with the Rhinoceros hedgerow cutter, prior to Operation Cobra, in France, circa mid-July 1944

Char léger Modèle 1935 R or R 35  - Great camouflage on this French tank. I don't like that short barreled gun much.

Char léger Modèle 1935 R or R 35 - Great camouflage on this French tank. I don't like that short barreled gun much.

World War One Tank, Lost Since the Battle of the Somme, Rises from its Grave in France

World War One Tank, Lost Since the Battle of the Somme, Rises from its Grave in France

Mark I is the first war vehicle to be called a tank. It could carry 5 machine guns and 8 soldiers. The tank and its variants were used during World War I by several countries.

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Crew members installing the tracks on their Panzer 3 Ausf H while operating with the Panzer Division in France during the summer of 1941

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