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Wrecked US M4 Sherman tank and German StuG III assault gun, 1944-1945German prisoners of war marching between a disabled M4 Sherman tank and a litter-Jeep, Jan 1945. This is possibly during the Battle of the Bulge but more likely is the Battle of Hürtgen Forest.M4 Sherman tank and troops of Company G, 740th Tank Battalion, 504th Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division operating in snowy conditions, near Herresbach, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944-11 Jan 1945Sgt Dee Perry of the 10th Armored Division applying winter paint to his M4 Sherman tank in Belgium, 12 Jan 1945.
Wrecked US M4 Sherman tank and German StuG III assault gun, 1944-1945German prisoners of war marching between a disabled M4 Sherman tank and a litter-Jeep, Jan 1945. This is possibly during the Battle of the Bulge but more likely is the Battle of Hürtgen Forest.M4 Sherman tank and troops of Company G, 740th Tank Battalion, 504th Regiment, US 82nd Airborne Division operating in snowy conditions, near Herresbach, Belgium, 30 Dec 1944-11 Jan 1945Sgt Dee Perry of the 10th Armored Division applying winter paint to his M4 Sherman tank in Belgium, 12 Jan 1945.
Men of Company I, 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US 1st Division riding on M4 Sherman tank at Schopen, Belgium, 21 Jan 1945Troops of US 82nd Airborne Division marching behind M4 Sherman tank in a snowstorm toward German occupied town of Herresbach, Belgium, 28 Jan 1945American- and Chinese-manned M4 Sherman tanks on the Burma Road, circa 1945A LCVP, several M4
Men of Company I, 3d Battalion, 16th Infantry Regiment, US 1st Division riding on M4 Sherman tank at Schopen, Belgium, 21 Jan 1945Troops of US 82nd Airborne Division marching behind M4 Sherman tank in a snowstorm toward German occupied town of Herresbach, Belgium, 28 Jan 1945American- and Chinese-manned M4 Sherman tanks on the Burma Road, circa 1945A LCVP, several M4 'Sherman' tanks, and men on an Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945
LSMs off Iwo JimaM4 Sherman tanks and Americans on an Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945US Marine M4A3 Sherman flame tank, also known as US Marine M4 Sherman tank mired in soft volcanic sand, Iwo Jima, Japan, 21 Feb 1945
LSMs off Iwo Jima's eastern beaches, 19 Feb 1945; note the one on left was hit and was afire and M4 Sherman tanks on the beachM4 Sherman tanks and Americans on an Iwo Jima beach, 19 Feb 1945US Marine M4A3 Sherman flame tank, also known as 'Ronson', at Iwo Jima, Feb 1945US Marine M4 Sherman tank mired in soft volcanic sand, Iwo Jima, Japan, 21 Feb 1945
M4 Sherman Navy corpsmen helped a wounded Marine to reach an aid station, Iwo Jima, Feb-Mar 1945. Note crushed Jeep and submerged M4 Sherman tank.M4 Sherman tank of 745th Tank Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division at Gladbach, Germany, 1 Mar 1945Chinese Y-Force Sherman tank at Lashio, Burma, 7 Mar 1945
M4 Sherman 'Cairo' disabled by land mine, Iwo Jima, Japan, Feb 1945; note heavy wooden side planking meant to protect against magnetic demolition charges.Navy corpsmen helped a wounded Marine to reach an aid station, Iwo Jima, Feb-Mar 1945. Note crushed Jeep and submerged M4 Sherman tank.M4 Sherman tank of 745th Tank Battalion, US 1st Infantry Division at Gladbach, Germany, 1 Mar 1945Chinese Y-Force Sherman tank at Lashio, Burma, 7 Mar 1945
M4 Sherman tank fitted with a bulldozer blade supporting US Marine infantry on Iwo Jima, 9 Mar 1945.A wrecked M4 Sherman tank showing a shell hit on its outer wooden timbers, Iwo Jima, 15 Mar 1945.Duplex drive Sherman tanks crossing the Rhine River into Germany, 24 Mar 1945US Army bomb disposal personnel, Germany, Apr 1945. Despite the notation on the photograph, this is an American M4 Sherman tank.
M4 Sherman tank fitted with a bulldozer blade supporting US Marine infantry on Iwo Jima, 9 Mar 1945.A wrecked M4 Sherman tank showing a shell hit on its outer wooden timbers, Iwo Jima, 15 Mar 1945.Duplex drive Sherman tanks crossing the Rhine River into Germany, 24 Mar 1945US Army bomb disposal personnel, Germany, Apr 1945. Despite the notation on the photograph, this is an American M4 Sherman tank.

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