Pskov was one of the first Russian cities to be struck by World War II. From the early months of the war till July 1944, the Pskov region was occupied by German troops, and it became a common grave for thousands of soldiers. Many have yet to be identified or even found.
The Carden Loyd Carrier: Designed by Sir John Carden and Captain Vivian Loyd this was a low cost, two-man Machine-Gun Carrier for infantry use. The company was taken over by Vickers-Armstrong in 1927 and the vehicle was mass-produced for the British Army in addition to a thriving export trade....read more
The Aussie Offsider gets to go in a real Australian veteran tank at the excellent Brookton Motor Show 2016 at Brookton, Western Australia. As both GreasyJohn and the Offsider enjoy a game or two of the WW2 aircraft-and-tank simulator "War Thunder" online, it's very exciting to see a tank like...read more
It is considered one of the best light tanks in 1935, being armed with a 37 mm cannon, and powered by a diesel engine, a fuel considered by some to be superior due to its low volatility. On these footage you can watch a Ha-Go light tank running tests before Khalkhin-Gol reenactment on the...read more
The M3 "Stuart" was the only American tank design to see combat from the opening days of the war right up through the end. The name "General Stuart" or "Stuart" given by the British comes from the...read more
This replica tank is from Russia. Maybe, it be the most correct replica of Panzer II Ausf. F to date. Panzer II light tank was a design based off the German Panzer I, but was larger with the addition of an extra bogie wheel and had a 20 mm...read more
The Light Tank M22 "Locust" was an American-designed airmobile light tank. The armor of the M22 in several areas was found to be so thin that it was incapable of even resisting the armor-piercing ammunition of a .50 caliber machine-gun. Complaints were also...read more
The Pz. 38(t) was produced into 1942, far after being obsolete, and compared to Pz. III's, they were quite inferior in all parts except fuel consumption and profile size. They were only useful in the invasions of Poland and France for use as a MBT (even though such doctrine didn't exist at that...read more
This is a very rare PzKpfw II tank replica. This tank was the main battle tank of the Panzertruppen until 1940 and 1941. It played an important role in the early years of World War II, during the Polish and French campaigns, even in North Africa and on the Eastern Front.
The Ha-go was the Japanese tank most commonly encountered by allied forces during the Second World War. It was used by the Japanese in China and through the course of the Pacific War. The Type 95 tank was used in combat against China and Russia, as well as fully participating in operations in...read more