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A Canadian Sherman in the streets of Ortona, Italy. The battle was extremely fierce and it became known as 'Little Stalingrad on the Adriatic".

A Canadian Sherman in the streets of Ortona, Italy. The battle was extremely fierce and it became known as 'Little Stalingrad on the Adriatic".

A column of American tanks M4 'Sherman' near the Italian city of Minturno (Minturno).

A column of American tanks M4 'Sherman' near the Italian city of Minturno (Minturno).

A Sherman tank in Kassel, Germany, in 1945. [Credit Louis Nemeth/U.S. Army Signal Corps]

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A Sherman tank in Kassel, Germany, in 1945. [Credit Louis Nemeth/U.S. Army Signal Corps]

American Sherman M4 tank moves past another gun carriage which slid off icy road in the Ardennes Forest during push to halt advancing German troops. december 20th, 1944

American Sherman M4 tank moves past another gun carriage which slid off icy road in the Ardennes Forest during push to halt advancing German troops. december 20th, 1944

A rifleman acts as 'tail-end Charlie', guarding the commander of a Sherman tank from snipers during operations against ELAS in Athens, 18 December 1944.

A rifleman acts as 'tail-end Charlie', guarding the commander of a Sherman tank from snipers during operations against ELAS in Athens, 18 December 1944.

An African-American tank crew prepares a Sherman M4 for battle somewhere in Germany, spring 1945.

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An African-American tank crew prepares a Sherman M4 for battle somewhere in Germany, spring 1945.

WWII - The Pacific: US Sherman,turned upsidedown by a IED (buried aerialbomb) while escorting/transporting wounded away from the fighting,1 survivor. Pelileu, Palau

WWII - The Pacific: US Sherman,turned upsidedown by a IED (buried aerialbomb) while escorting/transporting wounded away from the fighting,1 survivor. Pelileu, Palau

Unidentified personnel of the Canadian Armoured Corps (C.A.C.) using wireless signal information to plot enemy movements in the Normandy beachhead, France, 6 June 1944. Photographer: Ken Bell

Unidentified personnel of the Canadian Armoured Corps (C.A.C.) using wireless signal information to plot enemy movements in the Normandy beachhead, France, 6 June 1944. Photographer: Ken Bell

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