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“British tank Sherman Firefly with the name “Erich” (“Erich”) on the armor in the battle of landing zone “gold beach” (Gold Beach) in Normandy, 7 June 1944 ”

A British Sherman VC ‘Firefly’ (Medium Tank, M4A4) of ‘C’ Squadron,The Staffordshire Yeomanry, 27th Armoured Brigade in the vicinity of Lebisey Wood, north of Caen, Normandy. 7th -13th of June 1944.

A British Sherman VC 'Firefly' (Medium Tank, of 'C' Squadron,The Staffordshire Yeomanry, Armoured Brigade in the vicinity of Lebisey Wood,.

A Sherman Firefly next to a Sherman with a modified M1 105mm howitzer, in a recently liberated Den Haag, May 1945.

British Shermans fitted with track links in a local modification to improve their protection, Holland long-barrelled (and deadly) 17 pdr Firefly variant on the left, issued on a scale of one per Troop.

Well-camouflaged, Sherman tank of the Ontario Regiment advances on San Angelo, Italy, May 1944

Well-camouflaged, Sherman tank of the Ontario Regiment advances on San Angelo, Italy, May 1944

The Sherman Firefly was a World War II British variant of the American Sherman tank, fitted with the powerful British 17-pounder anti-tank gun as its main weapon. Originally conceived as a stopgap until future British tank designs came into service, the Sherman Firefly became the most common vehicle with the 17-pounder in World War II.

The Sherman Firefly was a World War II British variant of the American Sherman tank, fitted with the powerful British anti-tank gun as its main weapon. Could knock out all German tanks and was a potent weapon on the battle field.

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