Nicholas Moran examines the famous Soviet ISU-152 tank destroyer. In Part 1, How does it differ from the SU-152? What's common between the ISU-152 and some German vehicles? And why should the external fuel tanks not be considered a weakness? In Part 2, he'll look inside the famous vehicle. How...read more

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The heaviest assault gun, the Srurmgeschütz 8.8cm (SdKfz 184), also known as the Ferdinand and the Elefant, resulted from Hitler's frustration at not being able to mount the long-barrel 88mm Pak43/2 L/71 in the Tiger I tank. ...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 16, 2016

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The 16 ton Jagdpanzer 38 (t) Hetzer, a German tank destroyer, was found on the border of Jurata and Hel (Pomerania) and pulled from the water on 26th of May 2007. The tank destroyer lacked the upper plates and rear armour. The interior contained the personal belongings of its crew, including a...read more

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This German tank destroyer is the last Marder III variant. Very few of these vehicles survived the war!  This tank destroyer has resided in a museum for the past 40 years! It was produced in 1944 and was manufactured by Bohmen-Marische Mashinenfabriken in...read more

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American WW2 M10 Wolverine tank destroyer from the Saumur Tank Museum, being presented to the public during the "Concours International de Maquettes 2016". In this video can be seen some revs of the 2x GM 6 cylinder engine, and also the tank being driven.

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 Lieutenant) May 26, 2016

This Stug got into American hands in Sicily, it was from the Hermann Göring Division. It was send to America and Britain for testing and later came to the museum in Bruxelles, when it came to the museum it had a different gun and also unusual is that the stug has welded armour on the...read more

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Get inside the Jagdtiger with Richard "The Challenger" Cutland in the Tank Museum Bovington to get close to the largest operational armoured vehicle of World War II. Developed from the fall of 1943 through the spring of 1944. Mass-produced from July 1944 until the end of the war, with a total...read more

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 HQ Batallón) May 04, 2016

Seventy years ago, an SU-100 with the serial code 1669 rolled off the production line in March of 1945. Decades later, that same SU-100 sat in the yard at the Stalin Line Museum in Belarus, packed with dirt and slowly rusting away. Today, a team of restoration experts undertakes the daunting...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 29, 2016

A picture walkaround of Sd.Kfz.162 Jagdpanzer IV L/48. This particular tank is the only one remaining in the World of that exact modification. Development of the Jagdpanzer IV started in 1942 and production started in early 1944 as an intended replacement for the Sturmgeschutz III (Stug III)....read more

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