Light tank M3"Stuart"

Infanterie Panzerkampfwagen Mk III 749 (e)

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Afrika 1941-1943

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1941, November, Operation Crusader. A number of Stuarts were captured intact, were repainted in an overall sand color. This unit used them to guard Rommelís HQ.

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1942, July. M3 light tank abandonned by 2nd Armored brigade were put into service by Beutepanzerkompanie AOK afrika.

(Picture from Tank & Truck magazine No12)

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(Picture from"US light tanks at war" Steven Zaloga, Concord Publications, No7038)

1943, Sbeiltla, South of Tunis. The Afrika Korps captured a number of M3 light tanks from the 1st Armored Division during the fighting at Kasserine Pass, and put some of them back into operation.

1943 and today.

Sbeiltla

(From Batailes & Blindes No49)

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