Men from the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, supported by Achilles 17pdr tank destroyers, wait to go forward near Ferrara, Northern Italy. 22 April 1945 The 17 pounder, Self-Propelled, Achilles was a British variant of the American M10 tank destroyer armed with the powerful British Ordnance QF 17 pounder anti-tank gun in place of the standard 3" (76.2 mm) Gun M7. With a total of 1,100 M10s converted, the 17 pdr SP Achilles was the second most numerous armoured fighting vehicle to see…

Men from the Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, supported by Achilles tank destroyers, wait to go forward near Ferrara, Northern Italy.

The American crew of this M36 90mm Tank Destroyer (90 mm Gun Motor Carriage) are seen here rolling up a Swastika flag they had found in the German town of Bitburg. The town was captured on February 28 1945.

Wolverine tank destroyer crew of Patton’s Third Army roll up a Nazi flag they have taken as a trophy after the capture of Bitburg, February

U.S. M10 Tank Destroyer with the late production "duck bill" counterweights fitted at the turret rear.

U.S. M10 Tank Destroyer with the late production "duck bill" counterweights fitted at the turret rear.

The M10 Tank Destroyer in WWII in 18 Pictures! - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/the-m10-tank-destroyer-in-wwii-in-18-pictures.html

American Wolverine tank destroyer firing near Saint-Lô, France, Jul 1944 (United States Army Signal Corps)

An M10 tank destroyer of the 645th Tank Destroyer Battalion in. Lembach, SC 197915, 14 December 1944.

A tank destroyer pushing through a roadblock in Germany.

German soldiers of 116. Panzer-Division 'Windhund' in a Sd.Kfz. 251/3 Ausf.D passing by a destroyed M10 Tank Destroyer during the Battle of Hürtgen Forest, in the town of Schmidt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. 9 November 1944.

history-museum: “ German armor and infantry of the Panzer Division push past a disabled tank destroyer of the Tank Destroyer Battalion. Near Schmidt, Germany, November

m10 Tank Destroyer accompanied by American G.I's during Operation Cobra in France,1944

American infantrymen of the Inf., US Infantry Division behind an tank destroyer, Valvins Avenue in Avon, towards the Seine, August 1944

An U.S. M10 tank destroyer from the 773rd Tank Destroyer Battalion near the border of Luxembourg, 1945

A whitewashed "Wolverine" tank destroyer of Tank Destroyer Battalion waits in ambush near Benonchamps, Belgium, January

Liberation of Valenciennes, France  "The Rat Race". Sept. 1-2, 1944. M10 Tank Destroyer of the 2nd Armored Division in St. Amand just NE of Valenciennes. The 2nd AD covered the left flank of the US 30th Division. Libération de Valenciennes, France. "The Rat Race". 1 au 2 sept, 1944. M10 Tank Destroyer de la 2ème Division Blindée à Saint-Amand juste au NE de Valenciennes. L'AD couverte au 2ème le flanc gauche de la 30e Division US.

Liberation of Valenciennes, France "The Rat Race". Sept. 1-2, 1944. M10 Tank Destroyer of the 2nd Armored Division in St. Amand just NE of Valenciennes. The 2nd AD covered the left flank of the US 30th Division. Libération de Valenciennes, France. "The Rat Race". 1 au 2 sept, 1944. M10 Tank Destroyer de la 2ème Division Blindée à Saint-Amand juste au NE de Valenciennes. L'AD couverte au 2ème le flanc gauche de la 30e Division US.

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