Captured by Germans American M3 Halftrack (Gepanzerter Mannschaftstransportwagen M3 401(a)) and M3A1 Scout Car from 10.Pz.Div on the road to Thala on 21 February 1943. This column from Panzegrenadier Divizion 69 is on the move in Kasserine Pass. The vehicles are mixed with SdKfz 251, Jeep, half track M3, M3A1 Scout Car and SdKfz 250.
10th Panzer Divizion captured a large number of US half-tracks of the 3/6th Armored Infantry at the base of Djebel Semmama.
(Documentary film "The War Machines of WWII. The Americans" Episode One: "Reluctant Army")
Captured by Germans American armored car M8 "Greyhound" (Panzerspahwagen Ford M8/M20(a)) move on road. Note a white cross on the left fender. Location and date unknown, probably Belgium 1945 (Ardennes Battle).
(Documentary films "Die Deutsche Wochenschau" Nr. 747 (1945-01-04) and "WWII Battlefront Atlantic" Episode "Battle of the Bulge")
Captured by Germans American M3 Halftrack (Gepanzerter Mannschaftstransportwagen M3 401(a)) from 10.Pz.Div on the road to Thala on 21 February 1943. This column from Panzegrenadier Divizion 69 is on the move in Kasserine Pass.
(Documentary film "Afrikafeldzug")
American medium tank M3 "Lee" (Panzerkampfwagen M3 744 (a)) being examined together with a Pz.Kpfw. V Ausf A "Panther" and a Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf H "Tiger" on the Wehrmacht testing ground at Kummersdorf captured by German's. This tank has a large white number 147 on the turret side (it's a Soviet tactical number) and registration number USA W-304850. He was captured in 1943 on the Eastern Front (possibly in Ukraine) and sent to Kummersdorf for testing.
(Documentary film "Killer Tanks: Fighting the Iron Fist" Episode Four: "The Grant M3 Tank - America's Answer")