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The production of Italian tanks during the Second World War...
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The 88mm antiaircraft Flugabwehrkanone (Flak) was one of the major successful cannons of the Second World War
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Born on the reliable and proven Panzerkampfwagen 38t light tank chassis, the Hetzer was set
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The “Char de Bataille” B1 was the main heavy tank used by the French Army during World War II
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The heavy tank Sd.Kfz 182 Panzer VI Ausf. B "King Tiger" came into service with the German army since mid 1944
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In February of 1943, to replace the outdated KV series, the first prototypes of the new heavy tank
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Possibly the best known of all German armoured cars was
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The Soviet KV-1 heavy tank was used by the Red Army during the Second World War. Its main strength was the solid armour protection that was impenetrable, except at short range, by a lot of German anti-tank guns during the first stage of Operation Barbarossa.
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The "Panther" was definitely one of the most famous tanks of World War II. Developed as a direct answer to T-34 and KV-1 Soviet tanks that outclassed, in terms of performance and armament, the Panzer III and Panzer IV on the eastern front. Powered by a 12V Mayback 690 hp engine, it was armed with the very effective, especially for anti-tank use, Kwk 42 L/70 75 mm gun.
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The Cromwell was the first tank put into service by the British that combined a dual-purpose (anti-tank + anti-infantry) gun, the QF 75mm, with high speed and reasonably thick armour. The Cromwell used the same hull and turret as the earlier Cavalier and Centaur designs, but it came with a new Rolls Royce Meteor engine that gave it an impressive top speed of 67 Km/h. Its design formed the basic of the superb Comet tank. Undoubtedly, it was one of the most successful tanks of the "Cruiser Tank" philosophy fielded by Britain in the Second World War.
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The M4 Sherman medium tank was the primary tank used by the United States during World War II. It has been produced in a significant number of units and it formed the backbone of United Stated armoured forces at that time. It has been produced in several variants and versions.
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Designed and developed on the light tank M-24 chassis, the American M-18 Hellcat tank-destroyer was characterised by its maneuverability and speed. Thanks to its main armament formed by a 76 mm. anti-tank gun it was very effective and lethal for the most part of enemy armoured vehicles
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The light tank M-3 Stuart began to equip U.S. Army since the beginning of 1941. Powered by a 250 hp air-cooled engine was able to reach 60 km/h. It was used in a large numbers on the Mediterranean theater of war during Operation Torch, the American landing in North Africa.
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The Churchill medium tank came into service with the British Army in 1942 to support and replace the earlier Valentines, Matildas and Crusaders, which, by then, were all outdated and inadequate in terms of both armour and weaponry.
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The M-10 Wolverine is the most widely used tank destroyer vehicle used by the U.S. Army during World War II. Built on the reliable chassis of the famous M4 Sherman medium tank the M-10 was equipped with a 76 mm anti-tank cannon. installed in an open topped turret.
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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 extensively used by the free French Forces during the liberation of French territory.
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The Panzer III development started in the mid-1930s with the specific goal to make it the backbone of the armoured battalions of the Wehrmacht, alongside a smaller number of heavier tanks (Panzer IV).
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The "Stug" III was the most famous assault gun adopted by the German Army during the Second World War. It was developed on the reliable Panzer III medium tank chassis and it was armed with the L/24 75 mm gun installed in a fixed superstructure
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The Tiger was certainly the most famous armored vehicle of World War II. Its fire power (thanks to its main armament based on the lethal 88 mm. gun) and the strong protective armor, made it the dominating factor on all battlefields during the years 1943-44.
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Possibly the best known of all German armoured cars was the "Puma". This eight-wheel vehicle, well ahead of its time, had much influence on British, French, Russian, Dutch and other armoured cars.