A Sherman Firefly of a Canadian division occupies a train station in Germany, 1945. In the background can be seen a heavy barrel left rail, which ignored his model - Vincent Wai
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The M4 Sherman was the workhorse of the American Army in World War II. Early in the war it was more than a match for the German Panzer III and IV tanks but it became outclassed by more advanced German armor such as the Tiger and Panther. Despite this, the Sherman still gave a good accounting of itself helped by excellent mobility and a gyrostabilized gun enabling the crew to accurately acquire and fire upon targets while on the move. This version is the M4A3E8, nicknamed "Easy Eight" because of
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France, 1943-1944, tank equipped with "whizz-bang" rockets. Although the term was used widely by Allied (most often British and Commonwealth) servicemen to describe any form of German field artillery shells, the 'whizz bang' was originally attributed to the noise made by shells from German 77mm field guns. In all cases however the name was derived from the fact that shells fired from light or field artillery travelled faster than the speed of sound. Thus soldiers heard the typical "whizz" nois
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