American artillerymen are firing from an anti-tank gun M5

anti-tank gun M5


American gunners are firing from a 76.2-mm M5 anti-tank gun. The seaside embankment in Saint-Malo, battles against the 77th Infantry Division of the Wehrmacht.

On the photo of the M5 anti-tank gun from the 802rd anti-tank battalion. From July 1 to December 7, 1944, the battalion was attached to the 83rd Infantry Division (Ohio, Thunderbolt).

 

 

Location: Saint-Malo, Normandy, France
Date: August 16, 1944
Author: Rodger Hamilton

In : 1944

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