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An M4A2 stuck in the mud. Note the added tracks and wooden panels for extra protection and the nails welded on the turret hatch to keep the Japs off.

* Note the added tracks and wooden panels for extra protection and the nails welded on the turret hatch to keep the Japs off.

Sherman Tank, General Sherman, Ww2, Division, Vehicles, Cars

Infantry of 3rd Division move inland from Queen beach, Sword Area, past a Sherman tank of 27th Armoured Brigade, 6 June 1944

Infantry of Division move inland from Queen beach, Sword Area, past a Sherman tank of Armoured Brigade, 6 June 1944

12th Armored Division M4A3 Sherman in Schneeburg Germany 1945

In a kinetic image, a U. Army Armored Division Sherman medium tank nicknamed “WAS IST DAS” ("What is that" in German) races through Schneeberg, Germany

An M4A1(76mm)W Sherman tank named 'Elowee' of 'E' Company, 67th Armored Regiment, 2nd Armored Division is parked near a hedge in Champ du Boult, Calvados, Normandy on August 10, 1944

An Sherman tank named 'Elowee' of 'E' Company, Armored Regiment, Armored Division is parked near a hedge in Champ du Boult, Calvados, Normandy on August 1944

Couple of "Easy Eights" m4a3e8_Roll_Pass.jpg

American Sherman tanks -"Easy Eights". (using the Italian Army trick) of sandbag stacking for added protection against the German AT guns, particularly the infamous