The Schwerer Panzerspähwagen Sd.Kfz. 234 armoured car series was produced....
The Churchill medium tank came into service with the British Army....
The Czechoslovakian LT vz.35 light tank was designed... .
The T-54 / T-55 medium tank series was produced by the Soviet Union....
The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle....
The 150 mm SFH18 howitzer was widely deployed by the Wehrmacht....
The T-34 was one of the most famous tanks....
The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle (AFV), which....
The self-propelled gun GMC M12 was used during the Second World War.
The M-60 was introduced in the first years of ‘60s in the United States Army.
The Panzer IV was the most extensively used German tank during.
The Sd.Kfz 265 Kleine Panzerbefehlswagen armored command vehicle was born.
During the Yom Kippur War, in 1973, the backbone of Israeli armored troops was formed.
The Sturmpanzer Brummbar was based on a variation of the hull of the Panzer IV armoured tank and devised for the infantry to reduce need for bunkers.
Officially presented at the opening of FIATs Mirafiori plant in May 1939, the AB 40 was, at the time, something of a cutting-edge vehicle. Thanks to.
The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army .
On August 1990, the Iraqi troops invaded Kuwait without notice.
The Main Battle Tank Leopard, entered service in the mid-60s.
The M-113 is, up today, one of the most successfull armored personal carrier of tanks and armored vehicles history.
The medium tank M-48 Patton was born during the Cold War to replace the previous one, and widespread, M-47. The first units were delivered to the United States Army at th....
The Sd.Kfz.251 half-track was an armored fighting vehicle and was used by the Wehrmacht on all fronts.
This Germana army artillery tractor was used extensively during the Second World War.
Due to its low cost and great reliability the troop carrier M113 presented itself as a valid base.
The AB 40 armoured car was devised for the Italian Royal Army in the late 1930s, to replace the old Lancia models.
This version of the armored car M-8 was developed in 1944 to supply the U.S. Forces with a fast, all-terrain reconnaissance vehicle. The M-20 was .
This armoured scout car was produced in the 1930s for the German Army. Only a limited number were ever produced, yet the experience gained with these .
The medium tank Leopard 1 was developed by the German industry during the sixties for the Bundeswehr to offset the new and numerous Soviet tanks .
This gigantic self-propelled tank-killer was built on the chassis of the heavy King Tiger tank, which entered service with the crack armoured .
Possibly the best know of all German armoured cars was the PUMA. This eight-wheel vehicle, well ahead of its time, had much influence on British, .
The Mark IV self-propelled tank-killer was built on the chassis of the Pz.Kpw. IV, one of the most efficient and widely used German tanks of the .
Based on the 3/4 ton all-wheel-drive standard truck of the U.S. Army a number of special vehicles were created. This Dodge truck was equipped with a .
Various versions of the Valentine tank were used by British armoured divisions on all fronts up until about half way through the Second World War. .
The need to accompany tank divisions with quickly moving infantry divisions to exploit breaches created by tanks in the enemy front, led to the .
Development of the Panzer III began in the mid-1930s with the aim to make it the backbone of the armoured battalions of the Wehrmacht, alongside a .
This small half-tracked vehicle was used by the German army during the Second World War from the beginning to the end of the conflict. Given its good .
The Churchill medium tank came into service with the British Army in 1942 to support and replace the earlier Valentines, Matildas and Crusaders,.
Deriving from the smaller Matilda Mk.I (considered a transition tank) the Mk.II went into service in 1938. Armed with a 40mm gun and with cast armour .
This version of the Sd.Kfz. 234 heavy armoured car, equipped with a short 7.5 CM howitzer, was developed to supply support for exploration units. It .
The need to oppose the ever-more powerful Russian tanks led the German army to develop several specialised solutions: the Elefant tank destroyer, of .
In 1933 the Krupp works of Germany received an order from the Wermacht for the production of a light tank. Total armament was only two machine guns .
The ISU 152 was certainly one of the most effective tanks deployed by the Red Army during the course of WWII. Though the 152mm cannon had a very low .
This armoured car was standard issue with the reconnaissance units of the U.S. Armoured Divisions in Europe during the second half of 1944, and was .
The White Motor Company began its study and development of the M3 in 1938 to supply the United States Army with an armoured reconnaissance vehicle. .
The VW Typ 82 Kubelwagen won instant acclaim on account of its excellent all-terrain performance, despite its lack of raw power and rear-wheel drive. .
The M 13/40 medium tank entered into service with the Royal Italian Army in 1940, replacing the previous models which were judged to have inadequate .
The ISU 122 anti-tank vehicle was built over the chassis of the JS 2 Stalin heavy tank, and used a powerful 122 mm cannon which allowed it to face .
The model 42 Desert Vehicle was developed for the Italian Army based on the chassis and mechanics of the AB 41 armoured car. Over the course of the .
Based on the previous light tank Pz.Kpfw. II, this artillery self propelled has been developed for the German army in the early ‘40’s. .
This small anti-tank weapon was produced for the hull of the light tank Panzer I, proven to be an inadequate front-line armoured vehicle, in .
The Sherman was the standard tank of the Allied Forces during World War II and was produced in many versions: one of them was the highly unusual .
These vehicles, which mounted a casemate gun, were used extensively by the German Army throughout the Second World War, providing covering fire for .
The T 34 is considered among the best tanks used in the 2nd World War. Although simple in design, this vehicle was extremely robust, combining high.
The Panzer IV was developed in the first few months of the 2nd World War to provide the German armoured forces with a better protected vehicle .
This vehicle was one of the most powerful battle tanks in service during World War II. The King Tiger was armed with a formidable 88mm cannon, which .
The Sherman is one of the most famous tanks of World War II, and was also the standard tank of the allied armies.
The Opel Blitz medium truck was used extensively by the German Army on all fronts during World War Two. Several thousand of them were produced. They.
The AB 43 armoured car is an evolution from the previous AB 40 and 41 models. Equipped with a new larger turret, its main weapon was the 20MM calibre .
This self propelled anti-tank was built by the Germans in 1942 in order to face the dangerous, new Russian tanks and to equip their own anti-tank.
The Panzer II was designed in 1934 to meet the need of the Wehrmacht to dispose of a light tank. Supplied with a 140 Hp Maybach engine installed at.
The design of this compact German army tank destroyer was based on the hull of Czechoslovakian 38T tank. Thanks to the vehicles powerful chassis .
The model 42 Desert Vehicle was developed for the Italian Army based on the chassis and mechanics of the AB 41 armoured car. The engineers eliminated.
The Jagdpanther is the tank destroyer version with a fixed gun based on the Panther G variant which has been known as one of the best tanks of World.
The appearance of new German heavy tanks on the Asian front - the Tiger in particular -, stimulated Soviet engineers to develop a new generation of.
This British howitzer (25-pounder, 8 mm calibre) was the standard gun for the British Army throughout the Second World War. Offering good ballistic .
This large triple shaft amphibian vehicle was developed during the 2nd World War for the American armed forces. The aim was to build a vehicle to.
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