The first Finnish Stug III, nicknamed "Marjatta", ever to fire at Russian tanks
This is a brief history of the Finnish Stug III G that is at the Tank Museum of Parola in Finland. It was the very first Finnish StuG that fired at and destroyed Soviet Armour during the hard battles in the summer of 1944. Repainted in a made up wartime-like colour-scheme and featuring some late-war and post-war additions. Stug III Ausf G (early version) numbered Ps.531-19
Finnish army Renault FT 17 tank photographed before Winter War in summer 1939.
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What Was The Most Lethal Tank of WWII?
What was the most lethal tank used in the Second World War? There are so many views as to the answer on this but here is the most favored: The T-34
SU-85 by WormWoodTheStar on DeviantArt
The SU-85 tank destroyer was the Soviet Union's first attempt to give greater mobility to the 85 mm D-5S gun. It was a good weapon against most of the G... SU-85
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SOVIET T-34-85 TANK, Portola Valley, California, USA
Soviet T-34-85 Tank, preserved at the Military Vehicle Technology Foundation Museum, Portola Valley, California, USA. Photos taken by author in April and August 2006. Please open this post for more walkaround detail photos.
M10 Wolverine Tank Destroyer in Action - Listen Some Revs of the 2x GM 6 Cylinder Engine
American WW2 M10 Wolverine tank destroyer from the Saumur Tank Museum, being presented to the public during the "Concours International de Maquettes 2016". In this video can be seen some revs of the 2x GM 6 cylinder engine, and also the tank being driven.