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M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower
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    Default M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    I know there's been a long thread about this type already, but I was wondering if anyone had any more photos of the M4 flamethrower variant. I have seen some on the other thread, but nothing clear enough for detailing, especially around the rear.

    I am planning a pencil drawing and want to feature this version of the tank.

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    Great stuff, Panzer, thanks!

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    No problem, if you browse our color gallery in the mother site youll find more related images.

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    Brilliant, I'll check it out, and thanks very much for your help

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Are you still seeking photos? I have several photos of different variants, mostly of museum pieces, on another computer.

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Wasnt there one in wich the flmethrower was in the turret?

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by Ardee View Post
    Are you still seeking photos? I have several photos of different variants, mostly of museum pieces, on another computer.
    Feel free to add them to this site so others can rate and comment them.

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by Major Walter Schmidt View Post
    Wasn't there one in which the flamethrower was in the turret?

    YUP!


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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    there were even so called m4 sherman "crocodile" variants which used the british built armored trailer from the churchill crocodile. on the european theatre of war there were 2 tanks converted that way but due to my literature the americans made not a lot of use of them. I do not know if this specific version was used in the pacific.

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    The USMC used M4A3R3's at Iwo Jima.


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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by ww2admin View Post
    Feel free to add them to this site so others can rate and comment them.
    I keep meaning to do this, and forget -- the images are on another computer. Hopefully this weekend....

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Finally remembered to do this. As you can see, these are of a different nature than those in the other photos: a second flame barrel was added directly to the turret, in place of the MG. This was not as common as the much simpler Flame gun replacement of the bow MG, but IIRC, provided greater range. I thought I had more than just these, but didn't find them, or at least not yet. This are hotlinked to my own page; not sure how long I'll keep them up.... If ww2admin wants to upload them to his site, I can only say I found these "somewhere" on the Internet, and I have no clue as to their copyright status.





    Note that there was also a flame-throwing version of the M5 Stuart, called the Satan, used by the USMC in the Pacific....

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    Those were found on this site:
    http://www.battletanks.com/m4_w_flamethrower.htm

    You can see some good footage of them in the movie "Halls of Monezuma" starring Richard Widmark. The ones they show in the movie do not seem to have a second barrel for the flamethrower, as doesn't the one shown in this thread at Iwo Jima, the flame looks like it comes right from the main gun barrel.

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    Default Re: M4 Sherman Flame-Thrower

    All WWII Flame throwing Shermans used the main barrel as the projector, the separate barrel was introduced post war, by the USMC, and mainly if not exclusivly on 105mm howitzer tanks.

    Satan was on an M3, not M5 varient, it was used during 1943.

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