United States Army convoy passes through the streets of Tambach near end of World War II in Germany.
Tambach Germany Date:1945, April 9 Duration:1 min 4 sec Sound:NO SOUND
United States troops pass in a convoy of trucks, jeeps, trailers, and an M36B1 tank destroyer through the streets of Tambach in Germany. during World War 2. Townsmen gathered across the streets watch as the convoy passes. Officially named the M36B1 Gun Motor Carriage this tank destroyer is based on the M4A3 Sherman hull with a tank destroyer (TD) turret housing a 90mm gun. Only 187 were manufactured. Based on the registration number on the side of the hull (W40190915) this one is serial number 616 and was manufactured by Fisher Body Div. of the General Motors Corp. There are very few combat photos of this rare TD variant.
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