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Czołgi II wojny światowej w kolorze (21)

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A Matilda II tank of the 7th Royal Tank Regiment in the Western Desert, 19 December 1940. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Battle of the bulge - American tank destroyers move forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead near Werbomont, Belgium, 20 Dec 44. Werbomont, 703rd TD, 82nd Airborne Div. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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M4 Sherman stuck in Okinawa Stream. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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M36 JACKSON DURING THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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American M10 firing near Saint Lo, June 1944. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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A self-propelled howitzer M7 Priest of the 14th Armored Field Artillery Battalion of the 2nd Armored Division at the intersection of Holgate Street and the railway line Paris-Cherbourg. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Rorhwiller. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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The British commander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank of the 9th Royal Deccan Horse, 255th Indian Tank Brigade, encounter a newly liberated elephant on the road to Meiktila, 29 March 1945. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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German Tiger tank moving fast. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Designated for the Wehrmacht Surpreme Command" - Captured Soviet JS-2 heavy tank. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Pershing. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Tiger tank. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
Frankreich.- Panzersoldaten auf Panzer VI "Tiger II" (K??nigstiger) am Waldrand beim Bespr??hen mit Farbe (?); PK KBZ Ob West
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Frisa. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Sherman tanks of the Staffordshire Yeomanry, 27th Armoured Brigade, carrying infantry from 3rd Division, move up at the start of Operation 'Goodwood', Normandy, 18 July 1944. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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A Sherman tank being recovered from the river Biferno near Campo-Marino, Italy, October 1943. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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A British Sherman tank advancing near Catania, Sicily, 4 August 1943. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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35th Infantry Division Halftrack and Panzer IV Foy Belgium Bulge 1945 ??" American. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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The British Army in the Normandy Campaign 1944. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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The British Army In North Africa 1943, General Montgomery beside a Grant tank near Tripoli,27 January 1943. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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A French Army "Sherman" tank lands on a Normandy beach from USS LST-517, 2 August 1944. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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M10 disembarks at Normandy. STRIKING action images of World War Two???s deadliest tanks have been brought into the present day after being expertly colourised. Stunning shots show a British coammander and Indian crew of a Sherman tank encounter a newly liberated elephant, a French Army Sherman tank landing on Normandy beach and an American M10 tank firing near Saint Lo. Other incredible pictures show American tank destroyers moving forward during heavy fog to stem German spearhead during the Battle of the Bulge, a German Tiger Tank moving fast and Sherman tanks carrying infantry at the start of Operation Goodwood in Normandy. The old photographs were brought back to life after being painstakingly colourised by designed engineer Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com

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