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Post 25 Mar 2006, 14:38
(Please, don't post pictures of armoured fighting vehicles and messages like "Look how this tank has been destroyed! It must have been useless piece of shit."

We are not here to argue what was "crap" and what was not. Cheers.

Carius.)


I will start with Germany:

Panzer 35(t).

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Panzer 38(t).

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Panzer I Ausf. B

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Panzer II Ausf. F

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Panzer III Ausf. M

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Panzer IV Ausf. J

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Panzer V Panther Ausf. G

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Panzer VI Tiger.

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Panzer VI Tiger II.

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Panzer VIII Maus.

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StuG III Ausf. G

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StuG IV.

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StuH 42.

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Panzerjäger I.

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Panzerjäger Nashorn.

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Panzerjäger V Jagdpanther.

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Panzerjäger Tiger: Ferdinand/Elefant.

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Jagdpanzer 38(t)Hetzer.

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Jagdpanzer IV.

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Jagdpanzer VI Jagdtiger.

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Marder I Ausf. FCM36

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Marder II Ausf. F

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Marder III Ausf. M

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Sturmpanzer I Bison.

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Sturmpanzer II Bison.

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Sturmpanzer III.

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Sturmpanzer IV.

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Sturmpanzer VI Sturmtiger.

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Grille Ausf. M

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Wespe.

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Hummel.

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Last edited by Carius on 01 Apr 2006, 22:27, edited 3 times in total.
Post 25 Mar 2006, 17:11
Well I don't have anything to contribute, but thanks for those, I saved them all to my harddrive.
Post 31 Mar 2006, 02:19
USSR:
T-34/76
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T-34/85
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T-40 (amphibious)
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T-50
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T-60
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T-70
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T-44 (1)
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T-44 (2)
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T-44 (2) with Panther
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KV-1
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KV-2
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KV-85
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IS-1
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IS-2
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IS-2 with T-34/85
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IS-3
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SU-76
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SU-85
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SU-100
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SU-122
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ISU-152
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BA-64
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BT-5
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BT-7
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Post 31 Mar 2006, 02:51
The French Renault FT-17:
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Post 31 Mar 2006, 09:13
Thanks much, I will also save those to my computer!
Post 31 Mar 2006, 15:25
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Post 31 Mar 2006, 18:59
I remember playing around a lot with those in Soldiers: Heroes in WW2
Post 01 Apr 2006, 11:27
Italy.

L3/33.

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L3/35.

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L3/35 flamethrower model.

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Fiat 3000.

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L6/40.

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M11/39.

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M13/40.

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M14/41.

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M15/42.

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P26/40.

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Semovente da 47/32.

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Semovente da 75/18.

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Semovente da 75/34.

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Semovente da 75/46.

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Semovente da 90/53.

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Semovente da 105/25.

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Semovente da 149/40

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Autoblinda AB 40.

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Autoblinda AB 41.

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Autoblinda AB 43.

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Post 01 Apr 2006, 13:05
Hungary:

38M Toldi I.

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38M Toldi II.

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38M Toldi III.

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Turan I.

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Turan II.

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Turan III.

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39M Csaba.

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40M Nimrod.

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43M Zrinyi.

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Post 01 Apr 2006, 20:19
No Maus?
Post 02 Apr 2006, 14:59
Slovakia:

OA vz. 27.

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OA vz.30.

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T-33.

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LT vz. 34.

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LT vz. 35.

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LT vz. 38.

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LT vz. 40.

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Post 03 Apr 2006, 02:09
Hey Carius! Are you up to your old tricks again?!?!? Where did the pictures of Russian Aeroskis go??? I'm sure I put them there!!
Post 03 Apr 2006, 05:22
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Hey Carius! Are you up to your old tricks again?!?!? Where did the pictures of Russian Aeroskis go??? I'm sure I put them there!!


==I don't think that you can classify aeroskis as "armoured fighting vehicles".
Post 03 Apr 2006, 07:01
USA:

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M3

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M-26

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Post 06 Apr 2006, 07:40
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Sherman affecionately known as "Mass Grave" by Soviet tankers in WWII


==It was actually "grave for 4 brothers", and it was those who didn't man the M-4 said so, M-4 crews sought very highly of it, as thhe M-4 was a lot more comfortable the the T-34, and the M-4's armour does not splinter when hit like the T-34, thus crew survival rate was higher, and M-4 was more mechanically reliable because US made parts are of better quality than Russian made ones.
Post 06 Apr 2006, 13:41
Various American, Soviet, German, British, and Japenese tanks no longer in service:

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Last edited by Red Rebel on 06 Apr 2006, 17:33, edited 1 time in total.
Post 06 Apr 2006, 14:05
Red Rebel, the third last picture is a PT-76, you can tell from the shape of the hull, turrent and the hatch

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Post 06 Apr 2006, 17:34
My bad, what conflict(s) would it have been used it then?
Post 06 Apr 2006, 21:18
Vietnam, Angola...
Post 06 Apr 2006, 23:52
Oh and Roy, it was actually "Grave for seven brothers". I just said "mass grave" because the former did not sound very appealing.

The thoughts of the tankers that used the M-4 were such - comfortable and reliable, but unpleasant feeling in your stomach when in battle. T-34 much safer, but if hit and on fire, Sherman much easier to escape from. (Tanker said that the driver has extreme difficulty escaping from T-34, especially if he is wounded, because of huge weight of hatch door.)

- 'Voyennoye Delo' on NTV
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