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

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 Lieutenant) April 12, 2016

The A13 was the first British tank to have Christie Suspension. With a top speed of 40 miles per hour, it was much faster than the German Panzers, and had one of the best guns of its time. Despite this, many were lost in the battle for France in 1940. They fared better in the desert when their...read more

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 Lieutenant) April 11, 2016

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

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The M36 "Jackson" or “Slugger” tank destroyer carried the most powerful US antitank weapon to see combat in WWII, the M3 90mm gun. It was known as Jackson or Slugger by the British, after the Confederate general Stonewall Jackson, but this...read more

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The vehicle being offered, QF 25-pdr SP Sexton Mk. 2, was built by Montreal Locomotive Works. It is an older, but very nice restoration. It was part of the Littlefield Collection, and 12 July 2014, was sold for US $155,250 on Auctions America. On 4 April 2016, bid is...read more

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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 Motors...read more

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This video shows how the M1 Garand (officially designated as U. S. rifle, caliber .30, M1, later simply called Rifle, Caliber .30, M1, also called US Rifle, Cal. .30, M1) works. The M1 is a semi-automatic rifle chambered for the .30-06 Springfield rifle cartridge, used by the United States Army...read more

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StuG III Ausf. F (Sd.Kfz 142/1) was the first real up-gunning of the StuG, this version uses the longer 7.5 cm StuK 40 L/43 gun. Firing armour-piercing Panzergranat-Patrone 39, StuK 40 L/43 could penetrate 91 mm of...read more

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The 10.5 cm leFH 18 howitzer was a good weapon that served the Wehrmacht well. It was the backbone of the German artillery, and was used throughout the conflict on almost every theatre. It maybe thought of as the plain Jane of the German gun arsenal when compared to...read more

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This Semovente da 75/18 M41 was employed by the post-war Italian Army. It was restored in 2005 by the Oto Melara. It is now housed in this company's museum at La Spezia. It is in running order.

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