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British Tanks At The Siegfried Line:Goch, one of the main fortress towns of the Siegfried Line lying in the path of troops of the Canadian 1st Army in their drive towards the Rhine, was virtually cleared of all enemy resistance on Feb. 21st after a 3 day, stubborn house-to-house battle. This picture was taken on Feb. 18th at the beginning of the attack by British infantry and tanks in the Goch area.

British Tanks At The Siegfried Line:Goch, one of the main fortress towns of the Siegfried Line lying in the path of troops of the Canadian 1st Army in their drive towards the Rhine, was virtually cleared of all enemy resistance on Feb. 21st after a 3 day, stubborn house-to-house battle. This picture was taken on Feb. 18th at the beginning of the attack by British infantry and tanks in the Goch area.

M-3 tank during maneuvers at Ft Knox, Ky., 1942. The M-3 was named the "Stuart" by the British in commemoration of Confederate general J.E.B Stuart. To the United States Army, the tanks were officially known only as "Light Tank M3" and "Light Tank M5". In Europe, Allied light tanks had to be given cavalry and infantry fire support roles since their main cannon armament could not compete with heavier enemy armored fighting vehicles.

M-3 tank during maneuvers at Ft Knox, Ky., 1942. The M-3 was named the "Stuart" by the British in commemoration of Confederate general J.E.B Stuart. To the United States Army, the tanks were officially known only as "Light Tank M3" and "Light Tank M5". In Europe, Allied light tanks had to be given cavalry and infantry fire support roles since their main cannon armament could not compete with heavier enemy armored fighting vehicles.

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