Ram Mark I cruiser tank, circa 1940sRam OP (Observation Post) tank in Normandy, France, mid-1944Soldiers of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada aboard a Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from a Ram tank, Europe, 11 Apr 1945Troops of the Canadian Royal Hamilton Light Infantry aboard Kangaroo armored personnel carriers converted from Ram tanks, near Groningen, the Netherlands, 13 Apr 1945
Ram Mark I cruiser tank, circa 1940sRam OP (Observation Post) tank in Normandy, France, mid-1944Soldiers of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada aboard a Kangaroo armored personnel carrier converted from a Ram tank, Europe, 11 Apr 1945Troops of the Canadian Royal Hamilton Light Infantry aboard Kangaroo armored personnel carriers converted from Ram tanks, near Groningen, the Netherlands, 13 Apr 1945
Ram cruiser tank at the Dutch Cavalry Museum, Amersfoort, the Netherlands, 1993Dutch fortification made of concrete-enclosed Ram cruiser tank, east of the IJssel River, near Olst, the Netherlands, 4 Jun 2006
Ram cruiser tank at the Dutch Cavalry Museum, Amersfoort, the Netherlands, 1993Dutch fortification made of concrete-enclosed Ram cruiser tank, east of the IJssel River, near Olst, the Netherlands, 4 Jun 2006
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