This is a real restored SU-76M from Russian Military History Museum. The SU-76M was main production model of the Soviet SU-70 self-propelled gun. It was based on the T-70 light tank chassis. It mounted the ZiS-3 76.2 mm anti-tank gun. The SU-76M combined three main battlefield roles: light...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 19, 2016

"Hummel" engineered by Alkett (Altmärkische Kettenwerk GmbH), assembled 1944 by German Iron Works Duisburg, crew of 7, 12 cylinder Maybach HL 120, 220 kw (295 hp), 15 centimeter (150 mm) howitzer, 12 km cannon range; initially a stop gap howitzer, it was so successful that it was manufactured...read more

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The Japanese produced their first modern light tank in 1935. This vehicle, the Type 95 (1935), subsequently was standardized and manufactured in large numbers. With its improved suspension and hull, and its turret-mounting of a Type 94 (1934) 37-mm highvelocity gun, it represented a...read more

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During the middle stages of WWII, the Semovente M40 which mimicked the very successful German Sturmgeschutz III was proudly used by Italian forces. Using the Carro Armato M13/40's hull, the Semovente M40 came armed with a limited maneuverable but hardy 75mm howitzer with 50mm thick armor to...read more

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