Light Tank Mk VI - The main British light tank during the opening years of the war
Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch - British produced light tank, most of which did not see service. A small number were supplied via lend-lease to the Soviet Union, and a small number were delivered by glider into Normandy to support British airborne forces.
M3 and M5 Light Tanks - US supplied tank, called the 'Stuart' in British service. Despite the 'official' name of Stuart applied, most British primary sources refer to the tank as the 'Honey'.
Light Tank, M24 - US supplied tank, called the 'Chaffee' in British service, named after General Adna R. Chaffee Jr.
The M4 Sherman was most widely used allied tank of the war. Obtained from the US through lend-lease
Tank, Medium, Mk.II - Dug into ground with turret protruding for defence, in North Africa, & Great Britain.
Medium Tank M3 - An American tank provided following purchase and later lend-lease. Standard production models were called the 'Lee', after Robert E. Lee. Tanks produced with a modified turret to British specification were called the 'Grant', after Ulysses S. Grant.
Medium Tank M4 - An American tank provided under Lend-Lease, named Sherman by the British
Sherman Firefly - A Sherman rearmed with a British 17-pounder anti-tank gun, in addition to accompanying turret modifications.
The Cruiser Mark VI Crusader was the main British mid war cruiser tank. In late 1942 they were supplanted American tanks such as the M3 Lee and M4 Sherman.
Tank, Cruiser, Mk.VIII, Cromwell (A27M) - First saw combat in 1944, and only used in North West Europe. The 7th Armoured Division was the only formation completely equipped with the Cromwell as its main tank. In the remaining British armoured divisions in France, it was used to only equip the armoured reconnaissance regiment.