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A column of Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from M7 Priest self-propelled artillery vehicles, France, Aug 1944Kangaroo 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 1945
A column of Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from M7 Priest self-propelled artillery vehicles, France, Aug 1944Kangaroo 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 1945
Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from Churchill tank, circa 1944-1945Soldiers of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada aboard a Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from a Ram tank, Europe, 11 Apr 1945
Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from Churchill tank, circa 1944-1945Soldiers of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada aboard a Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from a Ram tank, Europe, 11 Apr 1945
Troops of the Canadian Royal Hamilton Light Infantry aboard Kangaroo armored personnel carriers converted from Ram tanks, near Groningen, the Netherlands, 13 Apr 1945
Troops of the Canadian Royal Hamilton Light Infantry aboard Kangaroo armored personnel carriers converted from Ram tanks, near Groningen, the Netherlands, 13 Apr 1945
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