T-34

    KV-1   Apparently the Soviets gave us a couple of production models to examine in 1942. As it turns out. The T-34 had many advantages, it was easy to produce and cheap. Well, you get what you pay for. More of these tanks died on the battlefield because they were poorly made than […]

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Painted Tanks.

by Daniel Russ on October 20, 2012

        Source: Google Images.     Related Posts:A Fascinating Evaluation of the T-34 and KV-1 at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds.Shotgun EngravingsConcept Tanks. Click To Enlarge.Engraved Handguns. Click to Enlarge.Tsuba.

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Germany In Full Retreat.

March 22, 2011

By March 1943, the tide had turned against the German Army, particularly on the Eastern Front. Now, living through their third arctic Soviet winter, the Wehrmacht faced a seemingly endless and new Red Army force. After traveling through a thousand miles of open steppes, crossing rivers, cutting through thick forests, the murderously efficient Germans could […]

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The Battle Of Kursk – Part One

July 19, 2010

Part One After having lost the entire German 6th Army in Stalingrad in February 1943, Hitler, the German Army staff and frankly, the German people were shocked. Of course propagandists made little of the set back and the German population most likely didn’t know the extent of the loss. Still, just a few months later, […]

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T-34 Recovered From Swamp

June 25, 2010

I’m surprised it didn’t start! Related Posts:A Fascinating Evaluation of the T-34 and KV-1 at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds.Painted Tanks.Germany In Full Retreat.The Battle Of Kursk – Part One

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