M4A4 Mk.V Sherman tank (T-147477) of 'A' squadron 4 troop, Ontario Regiment, 1st Canadian Armoured Brigade, passes through Via Don Luigi Sturzo, Trecastagni, Sicily
9 August 1943.
The Drive for Messina - American troops advance through the damaged Piazza S. Martino in Randazzo, Sicily. August 1943
Local girls giving apples to a Sherman crew outside of a Bakery in Aalst, Holland. 18 September, 1944,
2nd Armoured Battalion of the Irish Guards, 5th Guards Brigade, Guards Armoured Division, 30 Corps.
"Le flirt", a German soldier and young French woman stand talking together on the Place du Trocadéro, overlooking the Eiffel Tower, Paris 1941
Sherman tanks of the Canadian, Governor General's Horse Guards Armoured Regiment during the Liberation of Arnhem on Hommelseweg corner of Staringplein, Arnhem. 15th April 1945.
Members of the German Waffen-SS Panzergrenadier Regiment 4 “Der Führer” Division, SS-Verfügungsdivision (SS Dispositional Troops) drive through Paleisstraat near the Royal Palace in a Wanderer W11/1 after the capitulation of Dutch forces.
Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands. May 15 1940.
I always liked these kinds of photos showing the same location during and after the war. Also, interesting to see the extensive use of "extra armour" on tanks later in the war due to bigger tanks and anti-tank launchers.
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