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This is a 1942 M3A1 Stuart tank in ready for use condition. Here I leave a bit of history about Brazilian Stuart tanks taken from www.globalsecurity.org:  ...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 21, 2017

A captured German Panzerfaust is fired at an empty tank in a demonstration for 8th Division troops in Germany during WW2.

This clip is very short so I added a replay segment to save you from having to hit the replay button.  Sorry about the fuzzy blob in the upper right corner of the...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 12, 2017

David Willey, The Tank Museum Curator, presents the thirty-third Tank Chat on the fascinating insight into pre-Second World War German tank production and how the Panzer III worked alongside it's fellow Panzers. 

The Panzer III was conceived in 1934 as the principle combat tank of the...read more

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 HQ Batallón) March 05, 2017

This very special episode, is part of a different batch of the Inside the Tanks series. On it they are going to take a slightly different look at not one, but two light tanks: the M5 Stuart and the M24 Chaffee. Both of them American and both extensively used by other armies. 

The M5 was...read more

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The Japanese did not make very extensive use of paratroopers and development of specialized weapons for them also lagged. Japanese airborne troops jumped armed with pistols and grenades, and their rifles and machine guns were dropped separately in containers. The...read more

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 Lieutenant) March 02, 2017

Work on the Sturer Emil began in as early as 1939, when the German army had need of an effective weapon against the reinforced Maginot Line. But by 1942, the situation had changed fundamentally: France had already fallen, and Germany was waging an entirely different war against the USSR. At the...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 23, 2017

We are sure you can't wait more time to go to "The Tiger Collection" exhibition, which will open in early April, in time for Easter Holidays 2017, at The Tank Museum, Bovington (Dorset, UK).

One of the most important atractions of this new exhibition, supported by World of Tanks, is the...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 19, 2017

No doubts! This is an original MG 42 in 7.92mm, although fire rate seems a bit slow. This is because it's simply using the heavy type bolt, which reduces the rate of fire to about 900 rpm. The maximum cyclic rate of the mechanisms of MG 42 is often exaggerated and inaccurate. This machine gun...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 15, 2017

The Panzerfaust was a hand-held German anti-tank weapon with a hollow-charge/shaped-charge warhead. The Panzerfaust was in use from 1943 until the end of the war. When used against tanks, the Panzerfaust had an impressive Beyond-armour effect. During the last stages of the war, many poorly...read more

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 Lieutenant) February 12, 2017

Awesome and rare footage of the Panzerkampfwagen VI, the Tiger Tank. This tank was the first tank in the world can shoot down enemy tank from about 1,5km. read more

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