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British Churchill Crocodile flamethrower tank, France One of the 'funnies' developed by Maj Gen Percy Hobart to support the invasion, it had a short range, and generally it was found that bunker crews would surrender after a few sighting shots. Churchill, World Of Tanks, Military Photos, Military History, Tank Armor, Military Armor, Tank Destroyer, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks

Churchill Crocodile Tank

British Churchill Crocodile Tank, towing the flame thrower's fuel in a trailer behind it

The crew of a Churchill tank gaze at the camera as their pass a church steeple with smoke rising in their wake, Western Europe, Ww2 Pictures, Military Pictures, Surplus Militaire, Vietnam, War Photography, Ww2 Tanks, Battle Tank, Panzer, British Army

The crew of a Churchill tank gaze at the camera as their pass a church steeple with smoke rising in their wake, Western Europe, 1944-1945.

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How innovations in science and engineering made the D-Day landings possible with giant troop tanks and tanks that could drive on water. D Day Photos, Ww2 Photos, Normandy Beach, D Day Landings, Funny Tanks, Ww2 Tanks, Battle Tank, World Of Tanks, Armored Vehicles

Science behind the D-Day landings

How innovations in science and engineering made the D-Day landings possible with giant troop tanks and tanks that could drive on water.

Watch some stunning footage of the British Flamethrower tank! The Crocodile was a modified Churchill tank, fitted with a flamethrower in place of the D Day Landings, Military Armor, History Online, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Ww2 Tanks, World Of Tanks, Armored Vehicles, War Machine, Water Tank

[Photo] Close-up of the flame projector of a Churchill Crocodile tank during trials at Eastwell Park, Ashford, Kent, England, United Kingdom, 26 Apr 1944

[Photo] Close-up of the flame projector of a Churchill Crocodile tank during trials at Eastwell Park, Ashford, Kent, England, United Kingdom, 26 Apr 1944 | World War II Database

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WWII B&W Photo British Churchill Crocodile Flame Tank WW2 World War Two / 3075

Great photo of a infamous weapon system!Size is about 4" x 6".

Churchill Crocodile flamethrower tank supporting infantry of New Zealand Division during the assault across the River Senio, Italy 9 April Pin by old Paolo Poop Stain Marzioli Churchill, Military Armor, Ww2 Tanks, Panzer, Armored Vehicles, War Machine, World War Ii, Military Vehicles, Wwii

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Churchill Crocodile flamethrower tank supporting infantry of 2nd New Zealand Division during the assault across the River Senio, Italy 9 April 1945.

Cracking the Geilenkirchen Salient - Warfare History Network Ww2 Pictures, Military Pictures, Siegfried Line, Ww2 Tanks, Churchill, Warfare, Military Vehicles, Army, History

Cracking the Geilenkirchen Salient - Warfare History Network

The battle for Geilenkirchen on the Siegfried Line was the Ninth U.S. Army’s first major battle along the German frontier.

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A Churchill Crocodile flamethrower in action during a demonstration near Faenza, 30 December 1944.

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Churchill Crocodile flame-thrower tank, 79th Armoured Division, 13 February 1944.

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Churchill Crocodile, 25 August 1944.

THE BRITISH ARMY IN THE NORMANDY CAMPAIGN 1944. Churchill Crocodile, 25 August 1944. Creator: Mapham, James (Sergeant), No. 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit. Source: © IWM (B 9682)