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Zimmerit in Soviet and German tests

An unusual substance The Soviets first encountered Zimmerit late in 1944 on Tiger tanks and Panzer IVs. Examining 5 Tiger and
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Zimmerit in Soviet and German tests

Osorio EE T1

Brazil (1985) Main Battle Tank - 2 prototypes Development It’s already hard to be part of the club of true main
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Osorio EE T1

IT-1

USSR (1964) Rocket tank destroyer - 220 built Introduction During the Cold War, the Soviets began work on two designs for ATGM
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IT-1

US M1917 Light Tank

USA (1918) Light Tank - 950 built Introduction When the United States of America joined the Allies on the battlefields of France
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US M1917 Light Tank

AMX 10 RC & RCR

France (1979) Wheeled tank destroyer - 457 built Roues-Canon The AMX-10 RC first appeared in the late 1970s, in an effort to
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AMX 10 RC & RCR

Gefechtsaufklärer Leopard (VK16.02)

Nazi Germany (1942) Light tank - Mockup built The Leopard that Never Prowled The need for a small, fast scout tank in the
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Gefechtsaufklärer Leopard (VK16.02)

M113 C&V Lynx

USA (1963) Reconnaissance vehicle - 424 built The 113-and-a-half By 1963, the US army had adopted Cadillac's M114 to serve as a command
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M113 C&V Lynx

T-80

USSR (1976) Main Battle Tank - 5,404 built The turbine tank The most remarkable trait about this Soviet MBT was its turbine,
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T-80

BRDM-2

Soviet Union (1961) Amphibious armoured scout car - 7,400+ built The Soviet 4x4 success story The BRDM-2 (Boyevaya Razvedyvatelnaya Dozornaya
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BRDM-2

Zimmerit in German use

Origins Probably one of the more unusual elements of German tanks of WW2 is the substance known as ‘Zimmerit’. This unusual
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Zimmerit in German use
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