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M3 Lee - United States

M3 Lee

Lee was a medium tank built by the US and used in WWII the USA, Australia, Brazil, Canada.

thepianomaker:  Captured M3 Lee being inspected by German troops

German Soldiers inspect a knocked-out (note the missing side visor and the burned track) Russian Lend-Lease Lee Tank, late

M3A5 Grant II – WalkAround

Photo album of a Grant II - WalkAround - The Medium Tank was an American tank used during World War II - English

M3 Grant/Lee  Description The predecesser of the M4 Sherman was another medium tank, the M3, known in various forms as the Grant and Lee. This introduced the hull and dynamic system retained for the Sherman, but had an obselescent armament pattern, having a 3 inch (75mm) gun in a sponson on the right of the turret, with only a limited traverse arc, and a 37mm gun in the turret, which was capable of all-around traverse. (scanned by HOS Bandit)

M3 Grant/Lee Description The predecesser of the M4 Sherman was another medium tank, the M3, known in various forms as the Grant and Lee. This introduced the hull and dynamic system retained for the Sherman, but had an obselescent armament pattern, having a 3 inch (75mm) gun in a sponson on the right of the turret, with only a limited traverse arc, and a 37mm gun in the turret, which was capable of all-around traverse. (scanned by HOS Bandit)

The Medium Tank M3 was an American tank used during World War II. In Britain the tank was called "General Lee", named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee if it was built with the US pattern turret, "General Grant", named after U.S. General Ulysses S. Grant if it had the British designed turret...

The Medium Tank an American tank used during World War II. In Britain the tank was called "General Lee".

knocked out Lee tank in Russia 1943

Nominal tank “General Lee” shot down, possibly in the battle of Kursk.

American made M3 Grant tank. WWII fighting tank. Now a practice target. Still serving as best it can.

American made Grant tank. Now a practice target. Still serving as best it can.

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