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M10 tank destroyer on a training maneuver in the United States, Mar 1943M10 tank destroyer under construction in a General Motors factory in the United States, Mar 1943
M10 tank destroyer on a training maneuver in the United States, Mar 1943M10 tank destroyer under construction in a General Motors factory in the United States, Mar 1943
An US Army soldier practicing throwing a grenade from a foxhole toward a M10 tank destroyer, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943American tank destroyers at the Colosseum, Rome, Italy, Jun 1944
An US Army soldier practicing throwing a grenade from a foxhole toward a M10 tank destroyer, Camp Carson, Colorado, United States, 24 Apr 1943American tank destroyers at the Colosseum, Rome, Italy, Jun 1944
British troops taking shelter near a M10 Wolverine tank destroyer, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Medics tending the wounded by a Churchill AVRE vehicle of UK Royal Engineers 5th Assault Regiment, Sword Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944; M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of 20th Anti-Tank Regiment
British troops taking shelter near a M10 Wolverine tank destroyer, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944Medics tending the wounded by a Churchill AVRE vehicle of UK Royal Engineers 5th Assault Regiment, Sword Beach, Normandy, France, 6 Jun 1944; M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of 20th Anti-Tank Regiment
American M10 Wolverine tank destroyer firing near Saint-Lô, France, Jul 1944M10 Wolverine tank destroyers of 75th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British 11th Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944
American M10 Wolverine tank destroyer firing near Saint-Lô, France, Jul 1944M10 Wolverine tank destroyers of 75th Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery of British 11th Armoured Division crossing a Bailey bridge over the Meuse-Escaut (Maas-Schelde) Canal at Lille St Hubert, Belgium, 20 Sep 1944
An Achilles 17pdr tank destroyer crossing the River Savio on a Churchill ARK which was driven into the river, Italy, 24 Oct 1944M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of US 773rd Tank Destroyer Battalion crossing the Saar River outside Dillingen, Germany, Dec 1944
An Achilles 17pdr tank destroyer crossing the River Savio on a Churchill ARK which was driven into the river, Italy, 24 Oct 1944M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of US 773rd Tank Destroyer Battalion crossing the Saar River outside Dillingen, Germany, Dec 1944
M10 tank destroying in a heavily damaged town, Europe, 1944-1945M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of the American 701st Battalion at Mt. Terminale, Italy, 3 Mar 1945
M10 tank destroying in a heavily damaged town, Europe, 1944-1945M10 Wolverine tank destroyer of the American 701st Battalion at Mt. Terminale, Italy, 3 Mar 1945
British Achilles tank destroyer on the east bank of the Rhine River, 26 Mar 1945; note abandoned gliders in background
British Achilles tank destroyer on the east bank of the Rhine River, 26 Mar 1945; note abandoned gliders in background
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