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Bren Gun Carrier – Walk Around

Bren Gun Carrier – Walk Around

Universal "Bren" Carrier by OHBark

Universal "Bren" Carrier by OHBark

Wat je niet wist over de slag om Arnhem Drie Britse krijgsgevangenen bij een Stug III van de 9e SS Pantserdivisie in…

Wat je niet wist over de slag om Arnhem Drie Britse krijgsgevangenen bij een Stug III van de 9e SS Pantserdivisie in…

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On July 19, 1918, the twin-screw U-boat 110 was engaging a merchant vessel convoy in the North Sea off the town of Hartlepool when she was forced to the surface by Allied depth charges. She was then rammed and sunk by the H.M.S. Garry, a torpedo boat destroyer.

On July 19, 1918, the twin-screw U-boat 110 was engaging a merchant vessel convoy in the North Sea off the town of Hartlepool when she was forced to the surface by Allied depth charges. She was then rammed and sunk by the H.M.S. Garry, a torpedo boat destroyer.

1944 Windsor built universal carrier

1944 Windsor built universal carrier

Halftrack - Shuttleworth Military Pageant June 2013 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Halftrack - Shuttleworth Military Pageant June 2013 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Direct hit on a #Sherman tank, front armor ripped by the ammunition blast.#Okinawa battle.1945                                                                                                                                                     More

Direct hit on a #Sherman tank, front armor ripped by the ammunition blast.#Okinawa battle.1945 More

-M4A2. First variant with side-skirts- The wide array of special duties that a tank could be used for were just being explored by armies around the world in the early 1940s. Theories of what vehicles were supposed to be engaging enemy tanks changed as vehicles like the Shermans often found themselves up against enemy armor, and consequently some of the most important initial changes centered around upgunning the basic vehicle. Improving the vehicles mobility, protection, and creating…

-M4A2. First variant with side-skirts- The wide array of special duties that a tank could be used for were just being explored by armies around the world in the early 1940s. Theories of what vehicles were supposed to be engaging enemy tanks changed as vehicles like the Shermans often found themselves up against enemy armor, and consequently some of the most important initial changes centered around upgunning the basic vehicle. Improving the vehicles mobility, protection, and creating…

An M3, Stuart I from the British, who developed the welded turret (notice the 'cupola' on the turret, dropped in later models)

An M3, Stuart I from the British, who developed the welded turret (notice the 'cupola' on the turret, dropped in later models)

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