Two Canadian Ram Mk I tank near the town of Borden Ontario Canada

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Ram Country Canada Manufacturer Canadian Tank Arsenal, Montreal Locomotive Works Primary Role Medium Tank

Canadian Ram tank used for training at Camp Borden. The Ram was a cruiser tank designed and built by Canada in the Second World War, based on the U.

Canadian Ram Mk I Canadian officers at the medium tank Ram (Ram) Mk I, designed on the basis of the American tank M3. on the front of the tank is a brass plate with the inscription "donated by citizens of Kitchener and Waterloo, Ontario. This tank was manufactured in April 1942. In May 1942, the sixth Canadian Hussars armoured Regiment, which received this machine arrived. #worldwar2 #tanks

Canadian Ram Mk I Canadian officers at the medium tank Ram (Ram) Mk I, designed on the basis of the American tank

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Ram i Sexton 13

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Excellent Front-Left View of the Medium Tank / Ram Mk.II Cruiser Tank early production version - auxiliary gun turret on Left Side of Hull and Side Doors.

captain-price-official: “Canadian Ram 1 tanks. The Ram was based on the M3 Lee chassis. Due to standardization of the M4 Sherman for frontline units, it was used exclusively for training purposes and...

captain-price-official: “Canadian Ram 1 tanks. The Ram was based on the M3 Lee chassis. Due to standardization of the M4 Sherman for frontline units, it was used exclusively for training purposes and...

Ram Tank Mk I

Ram Tank Mk I

Canadian-built Ram II tanks being maintained at No. 8 AFV Depot, Leicester, 25 April 1944.

Canadian-built Ram II tanks being maintained at No.

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Excellent Front View of the Medium Tank / Ram Mk.II Cruiser Tank early production version - auxiliary gun turret on Left Side of Hull and Side Doors.

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Canadian Ram II tanks at No. 8 AFV Depot, Leicester44.

Medium Tank / Canadian Ram Mk II - Late Production version as evidenced by the lack of the auxiliary gun turret on the Left Side of the front Hull and NO Side Doors.

RAM II

RAM II

Ram Mark I tank - Ram tank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ram tank was designed and produced at Montreal, Canada, and served for training, but most of its derivatives saw action in Europe.

With this herculean effort in mind, when it comes to the Ram tank's production, the dependence of Canadian industry upon American parts betrays a key weakness. Description from ocanadianhistory.blogspot.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

With this herculean effort in mind, when it comes to the Ram tank's production, the dependence of Canadian industry upon American parts betrays a key weakness. Description from ocanadianhistory.blogspot.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Ram Tank 1942 Canada WW2

Left Side view of the Medium Tank / Canadian Ram Mk. Evident is the elimination of the auxiliary gun turret on the Left side of the Front Hull and Side Doors.

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