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Column of Churchill I and IIs (the Churchill Is have 76,2 mm (3 inch) howitzers in the hull)

Column of Churchill I and II tanks. The Churchill's had mm inch) howitzers for the main gun.

"Fray Bentos II", not to be confused with it's more famous predecessor "Fray Bentos I" The British Mk IV male tank "Fray Bentos II" (8091) on display in Berlin after being captured at Cambrai in November 1917. Afterwards, it would be dismantled for mechanical inspection and study.

Letter authored in Schoneberg. The British Mk IV male tank "Fray Bentos II" on display in Berlin after being captured at Cambrai in November Afterwards, it would be dismantled for mechanical inspection and study.

Challenger tank of 15/19th Hussars, 11th Armoured Division, The Netherlands, 17 October 1944.

Challenger tank of King's Royal Hussars in the Netherlands, 17 October After amalgamation with Hussars the Regiment is now The Light Dragoons.

BRITISH ARMY UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45 (H 257)   Vickers Medium Mk II tank at Bovington Camp in Dorset, November 1939. A Light Tank Mk IV can be seen in the background.

H Vickers Medium Mk II tank at Bovington Camp in Dorset November A Light Tank Mk IV can be seen in the background.

British Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch Close Support version fitted with 3 inch howitzer

British Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch Close Support version fitted with 3 inch howitzer

Romanian TACAM R-2 tank destroyer

The TACAM (Tun Anticar pe Afet Mobil - Self-propelled Anti-tank Gun) was a Romanian tank destroyer used during World War II.

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