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The Stuart was a light tank which was intended to perform reconnaissance and screening operations similar to the role formerly played by cavalry. The name "Stuart" was given to the tank by the British. The British soldiers in North Africa called them "Honeys". The Stuart tanks fought in the Pacific, Mediterranean and European theaters of operation. They were used by U.S., British, Commonwealth and Soviet amies.

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| It took over a year to achieve, but the Stuarts are now in the UK

WHO-Tube: 2012 16 x M3A1 Stuart Light Tanks Discovered in Brazil - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/whotube-2/tube-2012-16-x-m3a1-stuart-light-tanks-discovered-brazil.html

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Credit: M4 Sherman tank of an Armored Division or the 744th Tank Battalion, Netherlands, October 1944 (photo), American Photographer, (20th century) / Private Collection / © Galerie Bilderwelt / The Bridgeman Art Library

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CAMPAIGN FRANCE 1944 (B 9641) French chilren climb aboard a Free French M3A3 Stuart tank, 23 August 1944.

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Destroyed Tank Pictures: some graphic photos. - stuart

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BRITISH ARMY NORTH AFRICA (E 4312) A Stuart tank being unloaded from a ship at an Egyptian port, 19 July 1941.

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