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Tanks and vehicles WW2

Sturmtiger was a German armored gun from the Second World War, built on the chassis of the PzKpfw VI Tiger tank and armed with a special 38cm rocket mortar (SturmMorser) that fired huge projectiles to a distance of 5,600 meters. The Sturmtiger was designed as an infantry support vehicle during...
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The Somua S-35 was a French medium tank from World War II. The tank had a very characteristic silhouette and an electrically rotated turret that housed the tank's armament. It was equipped with a good-for-the-time 47mm gun. It was one of the best French tanks at the outbreak of World War II! The...
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The T-34/76 is a basic medium tank that has been the backbone of the Soviet tank forces since 1941. Due to its great simplicity it was very easy to produce, use and repair. It was characterized by very good armor, weapons and mobility. Many historians believe that the T-34 tank contributed...
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The T-34-85 was a Soviet medium tank produced between 1941 and 1958. During World War II it played the role of the main tank of the Soviet armored forces. Due to its extremely simple design it was very easy to manufacture, use and repair. Many historians believe that the T-34-85 tank contributed...
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The Cromwell Mk.IV was a British medium tank used during World War II. It was introduced into service in 1944 and was used mainly by the British Armored Corps. This tank was known for its speed and maneuverability, which allowed it to operate effectively on the battlefield. The Cromwell was...
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Panzerkampfwagen III was a German medium tank from World War II. It was the most upgraded and modified model serving in the army of the Third Reich. Many versions of it were created between 1937 and 1943. The successful chassis served as the basis for the production of numerous other military...
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The 60cm Karl-Gerät 040 was the heaviest self-propelled mortar used during the Second World War. It was equipped with a huge 60cm gun. The Germans managed to produce only a few of them during the war. Karl Gerät number 6, dubbed "Ziu", was used to fire at Warsaw during the 1944 Uprising. The model...
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The SU-100 was a Soviet SPG commissioned in 1944. The genesis of this model involved the need to strengthen self-propelled artillery at the end of the war. The newly constructed D10 - 100 mm cannon was mounted on the slightly modified hull of the popular SU-85. In the period 1944-46, about 4,500...
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The Sd.Kfz. 251 half-track was a World War II German armored personnel carrier designed by the Hanomag company and was based on its earlier, unarmored Sd.Kfz. 11 vehicles. The Sd.Kfz. 251 was designed to transport the Panzergrenadier (German mechanized infantry) into battle. Sd.Kfz. 251’s were the...
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The StuG IV tank destroyer was used by the German army from 1943 to 1945. It was developed on the basis of the hugely popular Panzer IV MBT and perfectly complemented the dwindling stock of German armored weapons. The StuG IV became known as an effective tank killer, especially on the Eastern...
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The PANZERKAMPFWAGEN E-100 was developed in the large 1:28 scale using 1511 elements and measures 37 cm in length. The large size of the model made it possible to design the interior of the turret and the vehicle. The model offers access to the service hatch, under which there is a removable...
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Katyusha was a family of Soviet-made rocket launchers. Their combat use has been documented since mid-1941. Despite the low accuracy of the rockets, the shelling of the enemy position with the use of Katyushas was very effective thanks to its concentration on a relatively small area and the sheer...
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