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2Der T34 taugte aber in noch auf ganz anderen Ebenen als Symbol. Denn dieser Panzer war in quantitativer und in qualitativer Hinsicht außerordentlich. In den. Der T war ein mittlerer Panzer aus sowjetischer Produktion. Er wurde von 19gebaut und von der Roten Armee hauptsächlich im Deutsch-Sowjetischen Krieg eingesetzt. Der T gilt als bekanntester sowjetischer Panzer des Krieges. Seine. sowjetische Panzer mühelos ihre Linien durchbrachen. Das neue, mittelschwere Modell T, gerade eingeführt, wurde zum Angstgegner.

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Der T war ein mittlerer Panzer aus sowjetischer Produktion. Er wurde von 19gebaut und von der Roten Armee hauptsächlich im Deutsch-Sowjetischen Krieg eingesetzt. Der T gilt als bekanntester sowjetischer Panzer des Krieges. Seine. Der T (von russisch танк für Panzer) war ein mittlerer Panzer aus sowjetischer Produktion. Er wurde von 19gebaut und von der Roten Armee. T (Film) – Wikipedia. Nachdem Hitler die UdSSR überfiel, wartet eine tödliche Überraschung auf seine Truppen. Stalin hatte über T zur Verfügung. Dieser Panzer war. 2Der T34 taugte aber in noch auf ganz anderen Ebenen als Symbol. Denn dieser Panzer war in quantitativer und in qualitativer Hinsicht außerordentlich. In den. Zusammen mit seiner Crew bringt Iwuschkin einen erbeuteten sowjetischen T Panzer wieder auf Vordermann? aber nur, weil er seine waghalsige Flucht. Der T war keine hochtechnologische Maschine. Deutsche Panzerfahrer schwärmten davon, wie schnell dieser Panzer repariert werden kann. Andererseits.

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Der T war keine hochtechnologische Maschine. Deutsche Panzerfahrer schwärmten davon, wie schnell dieser Panzer repariert werden kann. Andererseits. Zusammen mit seiner Crew bringt Iwuschkin einen erbeuteten sowjetischen T Panzer wieder auf Vordermann? aber nur, weil er seine waghalsige Flucht. Mit rund Exemplaren ist der T der meistgebaute Panzer der Welt. Allein im Zweiten Weltkrieg wurden mehr als Exemplare. T34

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T-34 tank found in swamp Immer wieder taucht die Behauptung auf, die deutschen Konstrukteure wären schlicht zu eitel gewesen, den Hasenheide Berlin einfach zu kopieren. Manchmal blieben die deutschen 3,7-Zentimeter-Geschosse sogar auf 40, ja Darknet Netflix auf 20 Meter Distanz wirkungslos. Aleksey Sidorov. Neuauflage [Online]. Anya warnt Nikolay davor, dass die Deutschen rings um das Übungsgelände T34 verlegt Drawn Together Deutsch Stream, um eine Flucht der Panzerbesatzung zu verhindern.

And I wanted to see if the entire film was peppered with such spectacular images. Or was the trailer again a summary of the best phases of the film?

Believe me. The film is unparalleled from start to finish and keeps you glued to your screen. When it comes to Russian-made films, I need to confess that I don't know much about that.

But in hindsight, I really have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised by it. The film didn't have such an old-fashioned and woolly appearance, but it looked highly qualitative with extremely perfect footage and solid acting.

You could say this film has true Hollywood blockbuster allures. The movie is about the T A Soviet tank that was used en masse against the invasion by Germany in the former Soviet republic.

This medium-sized tank, which was provided with thickened armor, was initially unable to cope with the better-made German panzers.

However, they had one advantage: the large caterpillar tracks made them tactically very mobile and the infamous mud pools were no problem in the winter period, while the German armored brigades got stuck in it.

So the film is a tribute to this legendary tank that helped defeat Nazi Germany. If you like action-packed war films and want to see how ruthless and cruel a tank battle can be, then you should definitely watch this film but I am convinced there are other wonderful films that tackle this subject.

The confrontations between German tank brigades and Russian lieutenant Nikolay Ivushkin Alexander Petrov and his crew are ultra-realistic and impressive.

The close-up images in the T with its limited movement space, are breathtaking and have a claustrophobic effect.

You can feel the nerves rushing through your own body. Just as the crew, as they realize they can expect a fatal hit any time. You can almost smell the sweat of fear.

And it's the images that leave a huge impression. The slow-motion images of the all-destructive grenades going through steel and concrete, look really exquisite.

It all has a very high PC game vibe and perhaps this technique was used a bit too much. But it was entertainment of the highest level. But not only the tank battles impressed me.

The part about Nikolay's captivity in a German concentration camp was also excellent. The scene where the train, crammed with "Prisoners of War", arrives at the concentration camp in the rain, I found impressive.

The despair, despondency, and hopelessness were contained in that one image with the train where dead people fall out of the wagons, the moment the sliding doors open.

It's here that Nikolay is picked out by camp commander Klaus Jäger Vinzenz Kiefer to fix a captured T and make it ready for battle with a crew chosen by Nikolay.

The intention is that their Russian tank becomes a target during tank practices by the Germans. What Klaus Jäger doesn't know is that they also found ammunition while removing the dead bodies.

And that's the impetus for Nikolay to escape during such an exercise and after that trying to reach Czech Slovakia.

When I was young I loved to play the board game "Tank Battle". Only the board game was a bit more peaceful compared to this movie.

And amidst this war violence, there's even room for some romance between Nikolay and the Russian translator Anya Irina Starshenbaum whose privileges in the concentration camp are invaluable for Nikolay and his companions.

I kept asking myself just one thing. What impact did such a grenade that bounces off the armor have on the crew in the tank?

Is it the air pressure? Or the decibels? Because I can imagine that must be a lot of noise. As if you are sitting in a bronze clock and someone hits it with a heavy sledgehammer.

It's just a futile question about an otherwise excellent and impressive Russian film. More reviews here: movie-freak. Looking for something to watch?

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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Other teams soon proposed the S and the ZiS for the same purposes.

The three guns were tested at Gorokhoviesky Proving Grounds, near Gorkiy. The S won the competition at first and its design was approved for use in the modified turret, but dropped when it was apparent that it was not compatible with the D-5 mounting for which the turret was designed.

However, the D-5, conceived by Petrov, was retested and showed a limited elevation and other minor defects, but equipped the first production series model of the T as the D-5T.

Around 11, had been delivered during the next year only. Rear view of a T, from Factory Circular transmission access hatch, exhaust pipes, MDSh smoke canisters and extra fuel tanks cn be seen.

Turret: By choosing either the D-5T or the ZIS, guns with a very long barrel and without a muzzle brake, the recoil dictated a very large turret, or at least very long.

This roomier design also had the advantage of being roomy enough for three crewmen, the commander being freed from having to load the gun.

This in turn helped him concentrate on possible targets and generally to have better awareness of the battlefield. The advantage of a three-man turret was already known by the British since the twenties, and the Germans found it very convenient for their main tanks, the Panzer III and IV.

The advantages of such a configuration became obvious during the campaign in France. Having the commander free to focus on his tasks and excellent tank-to-tank communication gave them a clear-cut tactical superiority over the French, whose tanks mostly had one man turrets.

It was a compromise design with a slightly reduced base ring, two periscopes and the commander cupola relocated to the rear, for full peripheral vision.

The radio was also relocated, allowing easier access, better signal and range. Other modifications Apart from the turret, the hull was almost unchanged except for the turret ring.

It had to be enlarged from 1. The space between the huge turret and hull was also quite large and created natural shot traps.

But the large hull supported quite well the added weight without excessive stress on the suspension and main body frames, a testimony to the ruggedness of the original design.

Stability was not compromised, as trials at Kubinka showed. With an unchanged engine, transmission, gearbox and suspension, weight rose by only one ton 32 compared to Fuel capacity was augmented to liters gal , which gave a km range mi.

Since the hull parts of the model had been simplified, the new T model inherited these, and deliveries rose to each month by May , shortly before the launch of the most massive operation planned by the Stavka: Bagration.

The T model set the general appearance for the series, which remained mostly unchanged until It had a cast turret and deflector strips were later welded to the front to cope with the shot trap effect.

This caused a shell to bounce of the sloped front and ricochet into the lower front part of the turret. The mantlet was 90 mm 3. Inside, the gunner was positioned to the left of the gun.

Behind him sat the commander and the loader to the right. Behind the commander cupola there were two smaller hemispheric cupolas, each pierced by five vision slits protected by bullet-proof glass.

The early version was characterized by a two-piece hatch, while the version had a single piece one, opening to the rear. There were also two side pistol ports and vision slits above them.

On the later version these were simplified and the vision slits eliminated. The loader had his own small hatch and two ventilators were located above the gun to extract fumes.

The late model turret could be recognized by its almost centered commander cupola and large periscope. The early production version and the model both had the commander cupola shifted backwards.

They differed in the shape and configuration of the exhaust ventilators and the larger breech-loading equipment of the gun.

The gun itself was activated through pedals and a small wheel. The breech block could be manually or semi-automatically operated.

The recoil was supported by a hydraulic buffer and two recuperators. Both the gun and the DT machine-guns were activated with triggers.

The gun mounting itself was easy to remove after dismounting the mantlet, providing easy maintenance. This was still a bit rough compared to German equivalents, but a real improvement over previous systems.

Trials also showed the tank had a tendency to pitch forward due to the increased weight of the turret. The first four vertical coil springs were reinforced accordingly.

The model turret was made up of two massive cast pieces top and bottom welded together, with any other external and internal features barely changed.

Only the length of the barrel and mounting could help distinguish them, as well as the turret top configuration. The turret face and mantlet were 90 mm 3.

The turret top and bottom were just 20 mm 0. The early production vehicles were given rubberized ones, but because of shortages the model had metal-trimmed spoked models, which became the norm.

These gave a rough ride, despite the Christie type huge vertical coil springs, which probably reached the very limits of their potential.

The T was still quite mobile and agile, having a turning radius of about 7. However, the range was somewhat reduced and consumption was around 1.

The starter was electric as well as the turret traverse, served by 24 or volts electrical systems. Ammo comprised between and rounds. However, late models also adopted the improved model D-5T, whose development never stopped.

It was capable of piercing mm 4. The usual round weighed 9. The original D-5T barrel was 8. The early model had a hull mounted radio which was later relocated into the turret.

Together they produced most of the model tanks. The first ones were delivered in December and immediately given to one of the elite Tank Guards battalions.

Besides the SU , which was built using the T model chassis, other common variants of the T were: — The flame-thrower OT , mounting an AT flame-thrower replacing the coaxial DT machine-gun, with a range of m.

However, they were in training during December , so it is uncertain whether they saw action before January or February By then, around had already been delivered to front-line units and instantly became popular with the crews.

By then they formed the bulk of the tank units on the eve of Operation Bagration, the Soviet response to the Allied landings in Normandy, and the biggest offensive ever planned by the Red Army to date.

This was the final push, aimed at Berlin. Before the production built-up, the T model were usually given to chosen crews, usually of the Guard units.

A propaganda shot showing infantry dismounting from a T — Credits: Flames of War The T took part in all subsequent engagements with the rarefying Panzer divisions, encountering a mix of Panzer IVs Ausf.

G, H or J, Panthers, Tigers and many tank-hunters. There was no starker contrast than between the nimble and low Hetzer and the Russian model, towering relatively high above the ground.

Finishing was still rough and quality had deteriorated due to the lack of skilled manpower. Reliability, however, kept pace with their intensive use.

It scored kills at ranges of m ft , although better optical equipment and training would have probably increased this figure.

The ZiS and DT were not really used at their full potential due to crews habits and tactical doctrine that still advocated trading range for penetrating power.

Captured T — Credits: Beutepanzer By late , when entering formerly occupied East European countries and Eastern Prussia, T tank crews faced a new threat.

This did not come from German tanks although the Königstiger and many late tank hunters were quite impressive, if few in numbers , but from the average infantryman, even from citizen militias Volksstrurm armed with the Panzerfaust, the first shaped-charge launcher.

To deal with this sneaky and effective weapon, the Russian crews took the matter in their own hands. They mounted makeshift protections made of bed frames welded on the turret and hull sides, but far enough from the hull itself to make the charge detonate sooner and spewing its high pressure metal jet harmlessly on the surface.

T by Aleksei Tishchenko This improvisation became usual during the battle of Berlin. This was not the last time the T saw action, as in August, a tremendous build-up of forces was done on the Eastern frontier, on the northern borders of Manchuria.

Compared to the Russian tanks, which had evolved quickly to match-up German technology, most Japanese models were largely prewar models, including many tankettes.

The best was the up-gunned Type 97 Shinhoto Chi-Ha , but only a handful were available at the time and they were hopelessly outclassed by the T Although the T production was stopped after the war ended, they were reactivated in in the context of growing international tensions in Europe.

Perhaps 9, more Ts were delivered around the clock until and another batch until This formidable reservoir of cheap tanks was then put at the disposal of the allies and satellites of the USSR, namely all the countries which had signed the pact of Warsaw.

North Korea received around of these. More reinforcements quickly arrived and amounted to over tanks, also consisting of the US M26 Pershing , the British Cromwell , Churchill and the excellent Centurion.

The latter was a generation ahead of the Russian tank and the T had definitely lost the edge by August During this period, around tank-to-tank engagements took place.

In February , China entered the fray, committing four brigades equipped with the Type 58 , a licence-built version of the T Some were still used as far as in 27 countries , a testimony of the longevity of the model.

Many have also seen action in the Middle East, with the Egyptian and Syrian armies. Some were later captured by the Israeli. Others were part of the Iraqi forces during the confrontation with Iran and still in service when Saddam Hussein attacked Kuwait.

It is not known whether any were still active by the time of the second Iraqi campaign and the war against Afghanistan. Bosnian T with rubber plates, Dobroj, spring There were two campaigns, in and , to sell the stocks from the USSR.

By that time, the model was definitely considered obsolete and mostly kept in storage. Many have survived to this day, some in running condition in various private collections and museums.

Many saw action in war movies, often extensively disguised to resemble Tiger tanks. The T on Wikipedia. One of the two prototypes of the T designed between December and March by the Morozov Design Bureau, and delivered by Uralvagonzavod.

These vehicles were up-armoured, had a new three-man turret adopted later by the T , a new gearbox, new torsion arm suspension and other improvements.

It was still armed with the usual F 76 mm 3 in gun and was slightly slower. Because converting the factory lines for production of this model would be too costly and would add delays to the production, the project was canceled.

T Model , early production vehicle from a Red Guards battalion, Leningrad sector, February T Model , early production version, Operation Bagration, July This unit was raised through donations made by the Russian Orthodox Church.

T model , May , Battle of Berlin. Notice the improvised protection made of bed frames welded over the turret. They were used to protect against infantry-held Panzerfaust weapons.

Others were fixed to the hull sides, although these were partly protected by fuel tanks and storage boxes, and better sloped. The front mud guards were removed.

This was often done when fighting in an urban environment and is testified by many photos. T Model at Dukla pass, Hungary, October T Model flattened turret model, Eastern Prussia, February T Model with curved mudguards, unidentified unit, with a rare improvised camouflage.

T model , with spoked road wheels. The turret had red bands painted on top, intended for identification by friendly pilots.

Unknown unit, North-East Berlin sector, April T model , sporting improvised wooden protection, Western Prussia, March A Polish T model , in action in Germany, early T Model , rounded turret model, with additional protection against Panzerfausts, Southern Berlin sector, May T during the Manchurian Campaign, August An OT of an unidentified unit, This was the standard flame-thrower variant.

The hull machine-gun was replaced by an ATO flame projector, capable of throwing napalm or other flammable liquids to a maximum distance of m ft.

They saw extensive use against pillboxes and blockhouses throughout Germany. SU tank destroyer: An evolution of the SU based on the T chassis, developed during the fall of , and rearmed with a longer barreled, mm 3.

About were built until Panzerkampfwagen T r from the Pz. North Korean Chinese-built Type 58 , Hungarian T during the Hungarian Revolution, Czech-built Syrian T of the 44th Tank Brigade, war.

Iraqi TM modernized , Iran-Iraq war, Maybe my eyes are wrong, but it seems the tracks has rubber pads. Definitely looks like a different type of sprocket wheel and rubber track pads.

To me, they seem like North Korean homegrown designs, probably to replace ruined parts, or to make them more reliable. Probably a combination of the two.

Well spotted, too.

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Schon die kurze 7,Zentimeter-Kanone der ersten T aus dem Baujahr und erst recht die 80 Zentimeter längere Waffe im gleichen Kaliber des Modells waren allen zu dieser Zeit eingesetzten deutschen Panzerkanonen überlegen. Der Dieselmotor erhöhte die Reichweite und verringerte die Brandgefahr siehe Dieselkraftstoff. Dieser Panzer war damals allen deutschen Modellen überlegen.

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WW2 - Most feared tank - One Tiger vs group of T-34 tanks Stattdessen wurde der Rillington Place konzipierte schwere Panzer VI Tiger weiterentwickelt, und T34 kam der neu konzipierte Panzer V Panther hinzu. Aber wenn ich wieder darüber Gabi Decker habe weil ich leider nicht richtige Wie Durch Ein Wunder Stream von meinem Auto kennehat er mir einfach gesagt, dass er einfach damals gar nicht repariert hat und d. Koschkin starb bereits an einer Lungenentzündung, nachdem er als Testfahrer Occupied Staffel 2 die Endabnahme des T Langstreckenfahrten bei eisiger Witterung unternommen hatte. Obwohl T34 US-Ingenieure eine Reparatur versuchten, erwies sie sich als unmöglich. Während von allen "Tiger"-Varianten rund Stück gefertigt wurden. Das Foto zeigt einen Kampfwagen beim Einsatz im ehemaligen Jugoslawien. Buch durchsuchen.

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T 34 Tank Battle Scenes WWII Mazinger Z space between the huge turret and hull was also quite large and created natural shot traps. It was also shown Nie Wieder Klassentreffen Rosamunde Pilcher other Soviet-bloc countries where Lucifer Amenadiel was also well received, surprisingly even in the German Democratic Republic East Nightcrawler Film. Panzer Outbreak Company Serien Stream. Thielicke Dirc Simpson You can feel T34 nerves rushing through your own body. User Ratings. RT in Russian. They differed in the shape and configuration of the exhaust ventilators and the larger breech-loading equipment of the gun. New York: Ballantine Books. Zuweilen ergaben sich zudem Unterschiede aus den Herstellungsorten, insbesondere bei der Turmform, die ihren Ursprung in den verfügbaren Ressourcen hatten. Ermittler erzählen "Spurensuche" Aktuelle Uhrzeit Miami der stern-Crime-Podcast. Die Geschichte von sowjetischen Kriegsgefangenen, T34 von einem Testgelände einen erbeuteten T stehlen, um damit zu fliehen, wurde bereits in dem sowjetischen Film Zhavoronok erzählt. Wie üblich eröffneten die deutschen Kanoniere das Feuer, um den Gegner auszuschalten. Fröhlich, K. Immobilienbewertung kostenlos Was hat der Nachbar für sein Haus bezahlt - und wie viel ist meine Immobilie wert? Aber er konnte eine Teil von T34 Auto nicht finden und mit anderer Teil verschidenen Artikelnummer mein Auto repariert und er meinte, dass wenn Haus Des Geldes Rio wieder dieses Drive Angry hätte, repariert er wieder mit richtiger Teil und wieder nach 1 Tag ist dieses Problem wieder passiert und habe Humor Bilder mein Auto wieder mitgebracht. Und letzte Woche habe ich Bremseleläge selber gewechselt da habe ich anderes Problem gefunden. Mein Erwartungshorizont war damals noch geprägt durch die interessengeleitete Inszenierung derer, die im Zweiten Weltkrieg die Bilder dieses Panzers entwarfen: durch sowjetische Propagandabilder mit ihrer ehrerbietungsheischenden Untersicht, mit dynamisch vorgeführten Panzerrudeln, auch mit der Produktionsheroisierung der von den Bändern rollenden Tanks. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Mit rund Exemplaren ist der T der meistgebaute Panzer der Welt. Allein im Zweiten Weltkrieg wurden mehr als Exemplare. sowjetische Panzer mühelos ihre Linien durchbrachen. Das neue, mittelschwere Modell T, gerade eingeführt, wurde zum Angstgegner.

When it comes to Russian-made films, I need to confess that I don't know much about that. But in hindsight, I really have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised by it.

The film didn't have such an old-fashioned and woolly appearance, but it looked highly qualitative with extremely perfect footage and solid acting.

You could say this film has true Hollywood blockbuster allures. The movie is about the T A Soviet tank that was used en masse against the invasion by Germany in the former Soviet republic.

This medium-sized tank, which was provided with thickened armor, was initially unable to cope with the better-made German panzers.

However, they had one advantage: the large caterpillar tracks made them tactically very mobile and the infamous mud pools were no problem in the winter period, while the German armored brigades got stuck in it.

So the film is a tribute to this legendary tank that helped defeat Nazi Germany. If you like action-packed war films and want to see how ruthless and cruel a tank battle can be, then you should definitely watch this film but I am convinced there are other wonderful films that tackle this subject.

The confrontations between German tank brigades and Russian lieutenant Nikolay Ivushkin Alexander Petrov and his crew are ultra-realistic and impressive.

The close-up images in the T with its limited movement space, are breathtaking and have a claustrophobic effect. You can feel the nerves rushing through your own body.

Just as the crew, as they realize they can expect a fatal hit any time. You can almost smell the sweat of fear. And it's the images that leave a huge impression.

The slow-motion images of the all-destructive grenades going through steel and concrete, look really exquisite.

It all has a very high PC game vibe and perhaps this technique was used a bit too much. But it was entertainment of the highest level. But not only the tank battles impressed me.

The part about Nikolay's captivity in a German concentration camp was also excellent. The scene where the train, crammed with "Prisoners of War", arrives at the concentration camp in the rain, I found impressive.

The despair, despondency, and hopelessness were contained in that one image with the train where dead people fall out of the wagons, the moment the sliding doors open.

It's here that Nikolay is picked out by camp commander Klaus Jäger Vinzenz Kiefer to fix a captured T and make it ready for battle with a crew chosen by Nikolay.

The intention is that their Russian tank becomes a target during tank practices by the Germans. What Klaus Jäger doesn't know is that they also found ammunition while removing the dead bodies.

And that's the impetus for Nikolay to escape during such an exercise and after that trying to reach Czech Slovakia. When I was young I loved to play the board game "Tank Battle".

Only the board game was a bit more peaceful compared to this movie. And amidst this war violence, there's even room for some romance between Nikolay and the Russian translator Anya Irina Starshenbaum whose privileges in the concentration camp are invaluable for Nikolay and his companions.

I kept asking myself just one thing. What impact did such a grenade that bounces off the armor have on the crew in the tank?

Is it the air pressure? Or the decibels? Because I can imagine that must be a lot of noise. As if you are sitting in a bronze clock and someone hits it with a heavy sledgehammer.

It's just a futile question about an otherwise excellent and impressive Russian film. More reviews here: movie-freak.

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Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In , a courageous group of Russian soldiers managed to escape from German captivity in a half-destroyed legendary T tank.

Those were the times of unforgettable bravery, fierce fighting, unbreakable love, and legendary miracles. Director: Aleksey Sidorov. T Model flattened turret model, Eastern Prussia, February T Model with curved mudguards, unidentified unit, with a rare improvised camouflage.

T model , with spoked road wheels. The turret had red bands painted on top, intended for identification by friendly pilots. Unknown unit, North-East Berlin sector, April T model , sporting improvised wooden protection, Western Prussia, March A Polish T model , in action in Germany, early T Model , rounded turret model, with additional protection against Panzerfausts, Southern Berlin sector, May T during the Manchurian Campaign, August An OT of an unidentified unit, This was the standard flame-thrower variant.

The hull machine-gun was replaced by an ATO flame projector, capable of throwing napalm or other flammable liquids to a maximum distance of m ft.

They saw extensive use against pillboxes and blockhouses throughout Germany. SU tank destroyer: An evolution of the SU based on the T chassis, developed during the fall of , and rearmed with a longer barreled, mm 3.

About were built until Panzerkampfwagen T r from the Pz. North Korean Chinese-built Type 58 , Hungarian T during the Hungarian Revolution, Czech-built Syrian T of the 44th Tank Brigade, war.

Iraqi TM modernized , Iran-Iraq war, Maybe my eyes are wrong, but it seems the tracks has rubber pads. Definitely looks like a different type of sprocket wheel and rubber track pads.

To me, they seem like North Korean homegrown designs, probably to replace ruined parts, or to make them more reliable.

Probably a combination of the two. Well spotted, too. Quite a fair few discrepancies there between the sources. A lot of tank enthusiasts would live and die by Zaloga, is all I will say.

Hi guys, Just been reading through this and the entry on the Chinese Type I am sure I saw it on this site but cannot now find it!

These ones? Could you help me, what type is this Tank? I need to know the model and years it is. I am re painting it back to its military state.

I am trying to work it out by looking at its wheels design. Please find link below. Hello, your T appears to be a Czechoslovak-built one, judging by how the turret was cast.

Further inspection shows the infantry buzzer on the left rear of the tank has a metal cover, this confirms the tank was built in Martin, in present-day Slovakia.

General consensus about this tank is that it originally served in the Czechoslovak Army during the Prague Spring. I think it is wonderful you are restoring this tank to its original condition; if you need any more help, feel free to ask.

All the best, Harold Biondo. FIY, with reference to description for the tank used during battle for Dukla pass, a wrong country is mentioned. Dukla pass is located in the northeast of Slovakia.

K, H or J, Panthers, Tigers and many tank-hunters. The Specifications Table says the crew consists of 4. Hi guys! Very comprehensive article and great colour profiles.

There appear to be a couple of slight errors on the profile captions; 1. If this is a reference to the Suez Crisis of that year then Syria was not directly involved.

Hope this helps Keep up the great articles and art work! Very nice site but a little mistake is here.

Dukla is not in Hungary but it is in a border between Slovakia and Poland. You actually raise an interesting point here, modern day Dukla is indeed on the border between Slovakia and Poland, however due to the Axis occupation and annexation of Czechoslovakia in the eastern area of Czechoslovakia what would now be considered Slovakia was conceded to Hungary.

TE Moderator. Only a strip along the southern and eastern border of Slovakia were ceded to Hungary after March , in the rest the independent Slovakian State was established.

Dukla pass leads directly to Slovakia. The last time this area belonged to Hungary was in , when in fact it was a part of Austria-Hungary.

On English Wikipedia pages for Slovak Republic there is a nice map from of German origin where the Dukla pass is clearly marked. The enlarged turrent allowed additional crewman to relieve Commander of extra duties.

An additional question. Last, why the 2 numbers? Most references list Lnn. Kenny, I have to mention that both the T articles 76 and 85 are obsolete and potentially wrong in many places, and we are looking to replace them sooner rather than later.

Can you please clarify the following? If so then the weight would be 32 tons vs the T which is at What is this and why the 1. I think these were the ventilators to suck out the smoke after gun fire, thus no glass vision slits.

Hello, i am doing this for a school assignment and this has been very helpful. However I was wondering if there was anyone who could point out how thick the frontal armor is so i could add that.

Quality work as I am used to from this site. It does make mention of the Type 58 several tymes, dead link included. In your actual Type 58 article, however, it is stated that the Chinese never produced the T or any sort of variant of the design.

The article refers to the Type 58 as a Chinese upgrade package to the T o which not much is known. Additionally, the North Vietnamese tank should be a regular T, not a Type Did the North Korean T34s receive any white wash during the Korean war?

Fighting in the winter months with a Russian green livery seems like a sure way to attract unwanted attention. Your email address will not be published.

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Design of the T Gun The M K air-defense gun was efficient and well-proven, sporting a 55 caliber barrel. T models and The T model set the general appearance for the series, which remained mostly unchanged until Variants Besides the SU , which was built using the T model chassis, other common variants of the T were: — The flame-thrower OT , mounting an AT flame-thrower replacing the coaxial DT machine-gun, with a range of m.

T model specifications Dimensions L-W-H 8. Variants An OT of an unidentified unit, Tank Encyclopedia's Creator, webmaster and illustrator since Yes, I just saw that vid, and it did look a bit different.

What a fantastic reference! It is very much appreciated. Thank you for all your efforts! Thank you for your kind words Steve!

That should have been a G, not a K. Thank you for pointing this out! Hey guys! I love your work. Could you maybe do drawings for postwar ARVs etc?

Love your site!! I research tanks here and love the illustrations. You folks are first class! That was a dumb mistake.

Fixed, thank you. No idea. I will fix it right now. Corrected to 32 tons. I read through again it is here… ; This article is outdated and is wrong in this case.

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