Horrors of Korean War come back to life in colourised images
One of the striking colour images shows a Korean girl with her brother on her back with a stalled M-26 tank in the background in Goyang, South Korea. The war started in 1950 and ended in 1953.
US Armor & Vehicles - T26E3 on the road
A T26E3 Co.A,14th Tank Battalion,9th AD on the road between Thum and Ginnick,Germany on March 1,1945 shortly before the Remagen operation.In the background is a T5E1 armored recovery vehicle pushing a set of T1E1 mine exploders.
America's answer to the Tiger- the M26 Pershing & you can see one at the Tank Museum, Bovington
The Pershing evolved from a design programme that began in 1942. It incorporated many new features when compared with earlier American tanks including
Tracked Armoured Fighting Vehicles
A small selection of photographs taken by soldiers of the 140th Tank Battalion of the US Army (armed with tanks M46 “Patton”), which was part of the Korean War in the 40th Infantry Division
Detroit’s Production Battle to Win World War II
President Roosevelt mentioned the Arsenal of Democracy 75 years ago, but he planted the seeds to the most prolific and most lethal manufacturing story in history.