Stuart Tanks

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Royal Scots Greys - Second World War - 1942–1943: Egypt, Libya, Tunisia
... Once in Egypt, their new Stuart tanks were immediately withdrawn and the regiment spent time near Cairo learning to operate the M3 Grant ... were mauled in the fighting, the Scots Greys had to turn over their tanks to other units ... Greys finally were committed to the fighting, equipped with a mixture of Grant and Stuart tanks ...
14th Prince Of Wales's Own Scinde Horse - World War II
... The division trained extensively but with very few tanks — the tank Regiments assigned to 1st Indian Armoured Brigade had three M3 Stuart tanks each. 252nd Indian Armoured Brigade and the 3rd Indian Motor Brigade Though lacking tanks, the 252nd Armoured Brigade was detached and sent to Iraq in January 1942 ... Indian Armoured Brigade, which still had no tanks ...

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