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M4 Sherman Tank - Поиск в Google

M4 Sherman Tank - Поиск в Google

Sherman Tank. Check out Gable and Morgan's review of Elizabeth Enright's Then There Were Five here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/06/14/gable-and-morgan-review-then-there-were-five/

Sherman Tank. Check out Gable and Morgan's review of Elizabeth Enright's Then There Were Five here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/06/14/gable-and-morgan-review-then-there-were-five/

A cutaway of an M4A4 Sherman tank , the primary tank used by the United States and the other Western Allies in World War II. The second most heavily produced tank of the war, the Sherman continued as the workhorse for the US military into the 1950s. In the Pacific theatre of the war, Sherman tanks proved superior to their Japanese counterparts, but in Europe they became outclassed by Germany's Tiger I and Tiger II tanks. Click on the image for an explanation of the labels.

A cutaway of an M4A4 Sherman tank , the primary tank used by the United States and the other Western Allies in World War II. The second most heavily produced tank of the war, the Sherman continued as the workhorse for the US military into the 1950s. In the Pacific theatre of the war, Sherman tanks proved superior to their Japanese counterparts, but in Europe they became outclassed by Germany's Tiger I and Tiger II tanks. Click on the image for an explanation of the labels.

Medium tank M4A1 Sherman "Grizzly" of the 1st Armoured Polish Regiment / 10th Armoured Calvalry Brigade / 1st Polish Armoured Division. The diamond symbol on the side and back of the turret tells us it is part of the Regimental HQ It should have been red because the color blue was usually used for the 24th Polish lancers regiment - Location: Polish War Museum in Warsaw. http://www.muzeumwp.pl/czolg-sredni-m4a1-sherman-grizzly.php

Medium tank M4A1 Sherman "Grizzly" of the 1st Armoured Polish Regiment / 10th Armoured Calvalry Brigade / 1st Polish Armoured Division. The diamond symbol on the side and back of the turret tells us it is part of the Regimental HQ It should have been red because the color blue was usually used for the 24th Polish lancers regiment - Location: Polish War Museum in Warsaw. http://www.muzeumwp.pl/czolg-sredni-m4a1-sherman-grizzly.php

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