×
Home Intro People Events Equipment Places Maps Books Photos Videos Other Reference FAQ About
     

World War II Database

M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle being tested for desert warfare at Iron Mountains, California, United States, circa 1940, photo 1 of 2M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle being tested for desert warfare at Iron Mountains, California, United States, circa 1940, photo 2 of 2
M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle being tested for desert warfare at Iron Mountains, California, United States, circa 1940, photo 1 of 2M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle being tested for desert warfare at Iron Mountains, California, United States, circa 1940, photo 2 of 2
M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle being constructed by the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, New York, United States, Jan 1943M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle in North Africa, 27 Mar 1943
M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle being constructed by the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, New York, United States, Jan 1943M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle in North Africa, 27 Mar 1943
British Priest self-propelled gun in action, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944British soldier preparing ammunition for a M7 Priest self-propelled gun, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944
British Priest self-propelled gun in action, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944British soldier preparing ammunition for a M7 Priest self-propelled gun, Anzio, Italy, 31 Jan 1944
American M7 self-propelled howizer vehicle in Carentan, France, Jun 1944A column of Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from M7 Priest self-propelled artillery vehicles, France, Aug 1944
American M7 self-propelled howizer vehicle in Carentan, France, Jun 1944A column of Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from M7 Priest self-propelled artillery vehicles, France, Aug 1944
Kangaroo armored command post vehicle converted from M7 Priest vehicle in a Dutch town, followed by a Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from Ram tank, circa 1945M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle of B Battery, 300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, US X Corps firing shells at North Korean defensive lines, 1 Jul 1951
Kangaroo armored command post vehicle converted from M7 Priest vehicle in a Dutch town, followed by a Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from Ram tank, circa 1945M7 self-propelled artillery vehicle of B Battery, 300th Armored Field Artillery Battalion, US X Corps firing shells at North Korean defensive lines, 1 Jul 1951
Further Reading

Read more about M7 Priest



Change View
Desktop View

Search WW2DB & Partner Sites
Famous WW2 Quote
"The raising of that flag on Suribachi means a Marine Corps for the next 500 years."

James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, 23 Feb 1945