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In World of Tanks's forum there has been a very interesting debate about Cavalry tanks during early years of World War Two, in concrete during the Battle of France. The discussion has been focused in two tanks: French Somua S.35 and German PzKpfw III....read more

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 Lieutenant) August 01, 2016

This Panzer IV with Fahrgestell number 89660 was built by Nibelungenwerke, Germany, in March 1944. It was send to the Etalblissement Technique de Bourges fire ranges and placed on a firerange.

It was a wreck when it was recoverd and large chunks of armour were missing in the turret and...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 30, 2016

In the first part of the new episode of Inside the Chieftain's Hatch, Nicholas Moran talks about the famous German Panther. How was this vehicle created and why did it come the way it did? In the second part of the legendary German Panther tour, Nicholas Moran talks about the features of the...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 28, 2016

Only a World War II era armoured can start like this after being abandoned after so many years! I'm really impressed to see that after starting it was not smoking much and still be steerable with the clutch still working!!! Gosh I envy those guys that can take it home! read more

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 Lieutenant) July 28, 2016

For sale: WWII Sherman Firefly tank in a Rome scrap yard, its ruff but its still there today. When Mick Wilson was there and took the photos in 2013, it was 100,000 Euros.

Located: ...read more

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According to Steven Zaloga, the IS-2 and Tiger I could knock each other out in normal combat distances below 1000 m. At longer ranges the performance of each respective tank against each other was dependent on the crew and combat situation. The September 1944...read more

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A WWII-era Soviet T-34/76 tank was recovered from the bottom of the Don River, in Voronezh region on Thursday 14 July, 2016. It's estimated that the tank has been under water for over 70 years. It's thought that the tank could be one of the last surviving units...read more

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