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5 edition of Medium tank M3 to M3A5 found in the catalog.

Medium tank M3 to M3A5

General Lee/Grant

by Terry Gander

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Published by Ian Allan in Hersham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • M3 tank.,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Tank warfare.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGeneral Lee/Grant
    StatementTerry J. Gander.
    SeriesTanks in detail ;, 4
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG446.5 .G2865 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3319926M
    ISBN 100711029830
    LC Control Number2004271681

    - M3A5 medium tank - M3 light tank - M3 hull with a M2A4 turret - DUKW amphibious truck - LCT (A) landing craft - M8 ammo trailer - Caterpillar bulldozers - LSM landing craft - LSD (Landing Ship Dock) Some of the various amphibious tank projects, kits and devices shown and discussed are the: Boat Rig A - Blue Freeze kit - British Straussler. Gordon L. Rottman is the author of "M3 Medium Tank vs. Panzer III: Kasserine Pass ", the 10th book in Osprey's popular Duel series. The veteran author does a suitable job of analyzing and contrasting the American built M3 medium tank and the German Mark III. "Duel 10" is clearly written, well illustrated and is a fast read/5(5).

    English: The M3 Lee (M3 Medium Tank) was an American tank used during World War II. In Britain the tank was called "Lee" and a modified version, with a new turret, was called "Grant": Followed by: M4 Sherman. Surviving M2 Medium, M3 Lee and M3 Grant tanks Last update: January 16th, Listed here are the M2 Medium, M3 Lee and M3 Grant tanks that still exist today. M3A5 Grant – Melbourne Tank Museum, VIC (Australia) These two tanks were sold on an auction in late to a unknown collectors. There was no engine in both tanks at that momentFile Size: 6MB.

    Osprey Publications M3 Lee/Grant Medium Tank. We use cookies to give you a great and free experience on our website. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. 24 Mar - Explore owenlatini's board "M3 Medium Tank WW2" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Ww2 tanks, Wwii and M3 lee pins.


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Medium tank M3 to M3A5 by Terry Gander Download PDF EPUB FB2

This 96 page book (the first 5 pages are credits, etc.) published in deals primarily with the development of the “Grant” (British version) and “Lee” (United States version) M3 medium tank ofas well as variants springing directly from it including self-propelled artillery and armored recovery vehicles and the “Canal Defense Light” or other “funnies” (or /5(3).

This 96 page book (the first 5 pages are credits, etc.) published in deals primarily with the development of the “Grant” (British version) and “Lee” (United States version) M3 medium tank ofas well as variants springing directly from it including self-propelled artillery and armored recovery vehicles and the “Canal Defense Light” or other “funnies” (or /5.

The Medium Tank M3A5 was the designation given to M3 medium tanks that combined the General Motors diesel engine with a riveted hull. In August General Motors was given a contract to produce a new diesel engine for use in tanks, based on two standard GM 6-cylinder diesel truck engines.

M3 Lee at Fort Knox, June Design of the M3 – The “Iron cathedral” The M3 design process began in Julyas a derivative of the T5 Medium Tank prototype, the T5E2. By then, the M4 Sherman, a 75 mm ( in) armed medium tank, was already scheduled for production. Medium Tank M3 Lee / M3 Grant: M3A1, M3A2, M3A4, M3A5 (TopDrawings) by Zajaczkowski, Slawomir and a great selection of related books, art.

Description M3 General Lee an American medium tank from World War II era, also used by the British army. In the US, known as Lee, in the United Kingdom as Grant.

M3 tank was created as a result of the need to replace the obsolete M2 tank, which did not match the WWII battlefield. The serial production began in August Seller Rating: % positive.

The mass of the vehicle was tons, times that of the Medium Tank M2A1. Many laugh at the shape of the American tank, but the Medium Tank M3 was among the best medium tanks in production at the time.

It had armour which reliably protected it from the German cm Pak, decent mobility, and powerful armament. What is most important, is. The M3 Stuart, officially Light Tank, M3, was an American light tank of World War improved version entered service as was supplied to British and other Commonwealth forces under lend-lease prior to the entry of the U.S.

into the war. Thereafter, it was used by U.S. and Allied forces until the end of the war. The British service name "Stuart" came from the American Civil War Type: Light tank. The Medium Tank M3A1 was the only version of the Medium Tank M3/ Grant/ Lee to use a cast upper hull.

The original M3 was constructed from sheets of rolled armour that was riveted together, but the turret was built using cast armour. This led to work on the idea. Along with The M3 Lee and M3 Half-track, the M3 Stuart was sent via lend-lease to the Soviets, with just under units of the light tank being recieved.

The M3s recieved were from various production series, identified from their turrets. Description. The Medium Tank, M3 was the first US Medium Tank, to enter series production. It was also the first US tank to use a 75 mm gun, gyro stabilisers and a hydraulic power-traversed turret.

It was based on the earlier Medium Tank, M2, whose 37 mm gun was considered too weak to deal with the German Pz Kpfw III and Pz Kpfw IV. The Medium Tank, M3 first saw action in North Africa, with. This 96 page book (the first 5 pages are credits, etc.) published in deals primarily with the development of the “Grant” (British version) and “Lee” (United States version) M3 medium tank ofas well as variants springing directly from it including self-propelled artillery and armored recovery vehicles and the “Canal Defense Light” or other “funnies” (or 4/5(1).

The M3 medium tank series appeared at a time when Allied armor (in respects to both armor protection and armament) was generally inferior to their German counterparts in Europe and North Africa. The M3 evolved from the M2 medium tank foray and served as essentially an interim solution until the arrival of the fabled M4 Shermans into the fray.

The M3 Lee Medium Tank Page: All variants, one page, the Grant too. M3 Lee: The First Combat Ready American Medium This was the first version of the tank and used a riveted hull with the R radial engine powering it, the suspension and tracks were very similar to the M2 medium.

Early production tanks had an M2 75mm instead of the improved M3 gun. M3-M3A1-M3A3 (Tanks in Detail Vol 2) by Jonathan Forty: 2: Medium Tank M3 to M3A5: General Lee/Grant (Tanks in Detail 4) by Terry Gander: 4: TIGER I AND TIGER II (Tanks in Detail 5) by Terry Gander: 5: Sherman (heavy) by Terry Gander: 6: PANZER PZKPFW III (Tanks in Detail, 7) by Terry Gander: 7: Light Tanks M5/M51 (Tanks in Detail 8) by Terry.

Medium Tank M3 Lee. The asymmetric design of the tank is highlighted in this top view. A towing cable and tools are stowed on the rear deck, and the filler covers for the four fuel tanks can be seen on each side of the engine air intake grille.

(Picture from TM Medium Tanks M3, M3A1, and M3A2.) Home Vehicle list Top Medium Tank M3 Lee. Data on the US medium tank M3 Lee. The medium tank M3 was based on the medium tank M2, utilizing its suspension, power train, and other mechanical the M3 was called Lee I by the British, they also had their own version of the tank that they dubbed cruiser tank Grant I.

Kit no. By Ray Mehlberger MSRP: $ one place on E-bay. The Sherman M4A3 Medium Tank. The Sherman M4A3 76W: The tank that would grow into the ultimate Sherman; The Sherman M4A4 Medium Tank: Proof Americans can make even crazy motors reliable.

The M10 GMC: The first good American TD; The M36 90mm GMC: A very good TD. The Firefly VC; The M3 Lee Medium Tank Page: All on one page, because Menu space is.

The M3 Lee, officially Medium Tank, M3, was an American medium tank used during World War Britain, the tank was called by two names based on the turret configuration and crew size. Tanks employing US pattern turrets were called the "Lee", named after Confederate general Robert E.

ts using British pattern turrets were known as "Grant", named after Union general Ulysses. The highly successful 'stop-gap' M3 medium tank was designed inand as adequate turret casting facilities were not yet ready, the M3 used an unusual armament configuration patterned after a French tank.

British lend-lease demands led to the design of a second turret type with the US version called the Lee and the British version the Grant.Manufacture of the M3 medium, and its versions, carried on till Decemberby which time a grand total of 6, M3 series vehicles had been produced.

M3 Grant British Tank Commission had been sent to North America in June when there was a serious lack of tanks for the British Military and a lot of the British tank strength had been.M3 General Lee - an American medium tank from World War II era, also used by the British army.

In the US, known as Lee, in the United Kingdom as Grant. M3 tank was created as a result of the need to replace the obsolete M2 tank, which did not match the WW.