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Recovery of a Soviet T-60 tank from World War II, this one has seen some pretty harsh fighting with the turret missing.

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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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In 1998 a group of seachers discovered a drowned Soviet Sherman in the river Gniloy Tikich. After long preparative work in 2004 they managed to pull it out from the bottom. Now the restored M4A2 is exhibited in the museum of the Ukrainian National Defence Academy....read more

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Soviet KV-I tank found in Leningrad 65+ years late. Just makes you think about what else is out there just weighting to be found, something new everyday and around every corner! I cannot begin to imagine the numbers of such vehicles still out there, waiting to be discovered. It is amazing how...read more

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This tank liberated Surovikino town in the end of 1942. In 2011 this tank was lifted from a river bed and it was brought, restored and displayed at the Museum of Stalingrad Battle.

The tank was part of the 10 T-34/76 who fought in the district of Surovikino 6 of which were destroyed in...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 20, 2016

During the 17-18th of June a T-34/76 model 1943 was lifted from its peat and silt grave. The tank was located and salvaged in the Cherkassy region in the Ukraine by a "Red Star" group of enthusiasts from Kiev in 2008. Photographs and footage of the Soviet T-34/76 medium tank show the process of...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 14, 2016

A Russian KV-1 tank from WW2 rescued from a lake and restored to running order. 

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The German Jagdpanther is widely regarded as one of the best, if not the best, tank destroyers of WWII. The performance of the 8.8cm PaK gun and the need for effective, mobile anti-tank weapons was well understood by the Germans.

After finishing the race a small number of PzKpfw V...read more

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