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An American built M4A3 (76) Sherman medium tank, captured and pressed into service by the German army. German markings and the words Beute Panzer (captured tank) were added to the tank to avoid friendly fire. The tank was knocked out by a US M36 Jackson tank destroyer. A dead crew member lies on the front of the tank, believed to have been hit by machinegun fire while attempting to bail out of the stricken tank. Aschaffenburg, Germany. 1945.

An American built Sherman medium tank, captured and pressed into service by the German army. German markings and the words Beute Panzer (captured tank) were added to the tank to avoid.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 717

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Tank Sherman W, captured by the Germans and beaten back by the Americans.

Photo after Axis Surrender in circa 10 May 1943.Remains of Pzkw IV tank blown up by the german themselfs

Photo after Axis Surrender in circa 10 May of Pzkw IV tank blown up by the german themselfs

vehículos alemanes en el frente del Este: semioruga SdKfz 7, carro T-34/76 capturado y StuG III inicial

vehículos alemanes en el frente del Este: semioruga SdKfz 7, carro T-34/76 capturado y StuG III inicial

Axis Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War II: Sd. 251 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug I

British army 1945 Firefly Sherman - with the larger much more capable British 17 pounder main gun - could destroy any German tank and was a much better gun than the standard US gun

File:Sherman tanks of Armoured Division during the advance towards Gemert in Holland, 26 September

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