#41 Gallery I, Mixed High Res Sherman Photos, With Comments. Gallery I, Mixed High Res Sherman Photos: Some With Comments. A nice color photo of an M4 stuck in Italy. It’s hard to tell if it is knocked out or just stuck, for the purposes of the fight it was in, there is no difference though. A burned out M4A3 76w in Neumarkt, Germany April of 1945. A knocked out M4A3 75W with concrete amor, in front of a M4A3 76w with similar armor, in the back also knocked out. This is arnoldsweiler Germany, tank unit unknown, the is from the 415 regiment of 104 Division. M4A3 75 from the 761st Tank Battalion supporting the 103rd ID near Nieffer France, this could be a small hatch M4A3 from the first batch Ford made, but its hard to tell from this angle. A pair of up armored, with layers of steel track and sandbags, M4A3 76w Shermans, with the 747th Tank Battalion, Schleiden, 1945. All the added stuff would be be shedded just about as soon as the war ended. 14th AD M4A3 76w column Hochfeld France 45 A huge pile of rocks, with an M4A3 76W HVSS tank with add on Armor parked off to the side. The Easy 8 looks like its from the 4th AD, 37th Battalion. it looks like the rocks may be from fortifications German troops made. M4A3 with the 12th AD in Schneeberg Germany 1945, this tank has a threaded and capped M1A1C and a split loaders hatch. M4A3 75w shermans with the 9th Armored Division, Westhousen, Germany, 10 April 1945, this picture is interesting, there’s a lot of garbage around the tanks, I wonder how many days they were there? A pair of 3rd AD M4A1 76w tanks in Schevenhutte 1944, parked in front of St Josef church on September 22, 1944, the wires hanging down are probably communication wires. M4 tank 3rd Armored Division, Stolberg, 14 october, 1944. The men on the tank are from the 36th infantry. This is when sandbagging started, as more and more encounters with german infantry with panzerfausts and panzerschreck began happening A pair of burnt out Canadian M4A2 Shermans of the 10th Armored Regiment (The Fort Garry Horse) at the foot of the church at Rots – June 1944 (Huge Image) 3rd AD M4 in Stolberg 1945, if you look close there is a M3 Lee based M31 in the background. A nice photo of an Easy 8s, or M4A3 76w HVSS tank, and what looks like an M4A1 76w in the background. A nice photo of an 2nd Armored Division M4 coming off an LST on Utah Beach Normandy June 8th. A Badly damaged M4A3 76w tank that looks like it had a dozer blade. It’s from the 1st Armored Division in Italy 1944. An M4A1 in Italy on the Gothic line, town of Ponsacco, 1944, I wonder what this street looks like today. An M4 in Milan Italy in front of the Piazza Del Duomo An M4 showing its off road prowess An M4 doing it thang in some ruined town in Europe. A well camouflaged M4 is the subject of this beautiful high res photo. A nice high res photo of an M4 Composite driving down a street in Avranches, on August 4th, during operation Cobra. The town is in ruins, but was an important because it was the gateway from into Brittany from Normandy, this tank is most likely with the 6th AD, (thinks to Russ Amott for more info on the photo) A small hatch M4 somewhere in Europe A nice high res photo of an M4A4 probably about to be shipped to England, or just arrived there. Notice the ‘Comb’ device on the front differential cover, it has a wire going from it to through the bow gun mount to the tanks brake levers, so the brakes could be released without breaking the extensive weatherproof packing they have done. Look at all that duct tape!! A nice high res photo of a M4A1 with a strange rocket launcher setup. A nice color shot of an M4A1 A nice high res photo of an M4A2 76 wet, a pretty late production one, much like the one fished out of the ocean in the sunken Shermans post. I high res pic of what looks like a couple of platoons of small hatch M4 and M4A1s parked on a street somewhere in Europe. A very nice high res pic of an M4 being used as an artillery piece, near Vicht Germany 17 November. Unit unknown. The M4 was named ‘Ink spot’ Marine M4A2 on Peleliu, I think. Shermans at rest in a pretty flower field in Italy.