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FV4005 Stage I & II

United Kingdom (1950-56) Anti-tank SPG prototype - 2 built In the early 1950s, the opening years of the Cold War, the
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FV4005 Stage I & II

EIFV

 USA (1995) Infantry Fighting Vehicle - 1 built An M113/Bradley hybrid The Egyptian Infantry Fighting Vehicle (EIFV) is a part of the Mobile
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EIFV

Tortoise, Heavy Assault Tank, A39

United Kingdom (1944) Super Heavy Tank protoype - 6 built Expecting the battlefields of World War 2 to develop as they
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Tortoise, Heavy Assault Tank, A39

44M. Tas

Hungary (1944) Heavy tank - 2 partially built Introduction By early 1943, due to the heavy casualties and overall bad experiences gained
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44M. Tas

G6 Rhino

 South Africa (1981) Self-Propelled Howitzer-Vehicle - 145+ built “Rhino”, the African Long Range Brawler The G6 Rhino is named after the indigenous African Rhinoceros,
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G6 Rhino

Churchill Crocodile

United Kingdom (1944) Flamethrowing tank - ~800 built Few Allied weapons struck fear into the hearts of the German infantrymen more
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Churchill Crocodile

Light Tank (Airborne) M22 Locust

 Great Britain/U.S.A. (1941) Air-Mobile Light Tank - 830 Built The M22 Locust came about in 1941 as a request from the British
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Light Tank (Airborne) M22 Locust

Ansaldo MIAS/MORAS 1935

Kingdom of Italy (1935) Mobile shield - 2 prototypes MIAS and MORAS. Background The Motomitragliatrice blindata d’assaulto ‘MIAS’ was a vehicle borne out
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Ansaldo MIAS/MORAS 1935

IS-7 (Object 260)

Soviet Union (1946-48) Heavy Tank - 7 prototypes The IS-7 (ИC-7), starting life under the project title of Object 260 (объект
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IS-7 (Object 260)

WB-10

Poland (1927) Medium tank - 2 prototypes The WB-10 (sometimes written W.B.10) was the first tank designed and built in Poland.
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WB-10
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