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US Army bomb disposal personnel, Germany, Apr 1945. Despite the notation on the photograph, this is an American M4 Sherman tank.US troops on the Colditz Castle bridge, Sachsen, Germany, 16 Apr 1945
US Army bomb disposal personnel, Germany, Apr 1945. Despite the notation on the photograph, this is an American M4 Sherman tank.US troops on the Colditz Castle bridge, Sachsen, Germany, 16 Apr 1945
Two wrecked M4 Sherman tanks at Bloody Ridge, destroyed by Japanese artillery, Okinawa, Japan, 20 Apr 1945US 55th Armored Infantry Battalion men and US 22nd Tank Battalion tank in Wernberg, Bayreuth, Germany, 22 Apr 1945
Two wrecked M4 Sherman tanks at Bloody Ridge, destroyed by Japanese artillery, Okinawa, Japan, 20 Apr 1945US 55th Armored Infantry Battalion men and US 22nd Tank Battalion tank in Wernberg, Bayreuth, Germany, 22 Apr 1945
Ulm M├╝nster standing amongst devastation, Ulm, Germany, 25 Apr 1945American flamethrower tank attacking a Japanese-held cave, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945
Ulm M├╝nster standing amongst devastation, Ulm, Germany, 25 Apr 1945American flamethrower tank attacking a Japanese-held cave, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945
George Patton having just scolded a tank crew for timidly sandbagging a tank, Germany, May 1945Men and M4 Sherman tank of the 382nd Infantry Regiment, US 96th Division on the Ginowan Road, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945
George Patton having just scolded a tank crew for timidly sandbagging a tank, Germany, May 1945Men and M4 Sherman tank of the 382nd Infantry Regiment, US 96th Division on the Ginowan Road, Okinawa, Japan, circa Apr-Jun 1945
An M4 Sherman tank and men of the 3rd Infantry Division entering Berchtesgaden, Germany, May 4, 1945Sherman Firefly tank of British 7th Armored Division, Hamburg, Germany, 4 May 1945
An M4 Sherman tank and men of the 3rd Infantry Division entering Berchtesgaden, Germany, May 4, 1945Sherman Firefly tank of British 7th Armored Division, Hamburg, Germany, 4 May 1945
US Marine flamethrower and rifle squad attacking a Japanese position on Okinawa, Japan, 11 May 1945Men of US Marine Corps 6th Division entering Naha, Okinawa, 17 May 1945
US Marine flamethrower and rifle squad attacking a Japanese position on Okinawa, Japan, 11 May 1945Men of US Marine Corps 6th Division entering Naha, Okinawa, 17 May 1945
Sherman tanks of US 6th Marine Division at Naha, Okinawa, Japan, 27 May 1945M4 Sherman tanks operating on Okinawa, Japan, circa Jun 1945; note tank in center had been disabled
Sherman tanks of US 6th Marine Division at Naha, Okinawa, Japan, 27 May 1945M4 Sherman tanks operating on Okinawa, Japan, circa Jun 1945; note tank in center had been disabled
US Marine M4 Sherman tank, Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines in Furagan, Okinawa, Japan, 1945
US Marine M4 Sherman tank, Okinawa, Japan, 1945US Marines in Furagan, Okinawa, Japan, 1945
US Marines observing the battlefield, Okinawa, Japan, 1945Canadian M4 Sherman tank
US Marines observing the battlefield, Okinawa, Japan, 1945Canadian M4 Sherman tank 'Bomb', 6 Jun 1945
M4 Sherman tanks of US 769th Tank Battalion moving toward Hill 89 on Okinawa, Japan, mid-Jun 1945Major General Frank Parks, General George Patton, Colonel W. H. Kyle, J. J. McCloy, H. H. Bundy, and US Secretary of War Henry Stimson, reviewing US 2nd Armored Division, Berlin, Germany, 20 Jul 1945, photo 3 of 4
M4 Sherman tanks of US 769th Tank Battalion moving toward Hill 89 on Okinawa, Japan, mid-Jun 1945Major General Frank Parks, General George Patton, Colonel W. H. Kyle, J. J. McCloy, H. H. Bundy, and US Secretary of War Henry Stimson, reviewing US 2nd Armored Division, Berlin, Germany, 20 Jul 1945, photo 3 of 4

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