The British Army in the Normandy Campaign 1944 B7560 - Category:World War II forces of Britain in France - Wikimedia Commons

The British Army in the Normandy Campaign 1944 B7560 - Category:World War II forces of Britain in France - Wikimedia Commons

M4 Sherman tank of 24th Lancers, 8th Armoured Brigade, passing a knocked-out German PzKpfw V Panther 12th SS-HJ near Rauray, Normandy. 30 JUN 44

M4 Sherman tank of 24th Lancers, 8th Armoured Brigade, passing a knocked-out German PzKpfw V Panther 12th SS-HJ near Rauray, Normandy. 30 JUN 44

A Stuart and Sherman tanks of 33rd Armoured Brigade during Operation 'Charnwood', the attack on Caen, 8 July 1944.

A Stuart and Sherman tanks of 33rd Armoured Brigade during Operation 'Charnwood', the attack on Caen, 8 July 1944.

Units of the Canadian 4th Armoured Division in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, 29 Oct 1944. (Library and Archives Canada)

[Photo] Units of the Canadian 4th Armoured Division into Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, 29 Oct 1944

Units of the Canadian 4th Armoured Division in Bergen op Zoom, the Netherlands, 29 Oct 1944. (Library and Archives Canada)

British Covenanter tanks pass through the village of Stockton in Wiltshire, England, August 1942. #WW2

British Covenanter tanks pass through the village of Stockton in Wiltshire, England, August 1942. #WW2

A British "Crusader Tank" (Mark III). From 1939 to 1943 ca. 5300 Crusader tanks of all models were built and participated in the campaigns in North Africa. There were several variants and modifications, including Anti-Aircraft. After the war several were sold to Argentina.

A British "Crusader Tank" (Mark III). From 1939 to 1943 ca. 5300 Crusader tanks of all models were built and participated in the campaigns in North Africa. There were several variants and modifications, including Anti-Aircraft. After the war several were sold to Argentina.

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The crew of a Stuart tank prepare to eat a Christmas pudding, 22 December 1942.

The crew of a Stuart tank prepare to eat a Christmas pudding, 22 December 1942.

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