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Favorite tank?

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    aah the T-34, she was a beauty, undoubtedly the best tank design in World War 2.

    It had a great combination of speed, armour and firepower though from what i have read it whas poor tactical employment that let it down.



  2. #32

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    panther tank is almost universally acknowledged as the best tank of ww ii,so by extension,it must be the best designed tank of ww ii

  3. #33

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    Hi MM,

    The panther was without a doupt one of the best, probably saw more action than any other tank but as to what one thinks was the best has to come down to some criteria such as-

    Firepower, armour, mobility, rate of production and combat affectiveness.

    This thread is more about personal preference though, with that said here is another of my favs-

    The Sherman firefly

  4. #34

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    I like the look of the early tanks as a Vickers and Soviet T-26. They was in use in practically all of the conflicts. Beginning from Spain, Khasan, Khalkhin-Gol, Finnish War and surely in the World war too. They are far from the power armor as a T 34, and Tigers, but fullfill with the history and I like his glory, shape and simplicity. I like the flamethrower M 26


    The OTT flamethrower with remote control in the action


    OT 133 being transported shock troops



    Spanian Republican and Frankist's T-26's

    Spa-T26-color.jpgEspana T-26 M1935 Rep_2.jpgEspana T-26 M1935 Front Rep_small.jpgEspana T-26 M1935 Right Rep_small.jpg

    Finnish war


    Recaptured T 26


    Finnish Vickers tanks

    Far East


    Chinesse Tanks, there was sold to China approx 80 pieces , even approx of 65 was sold tu Turkey, but I can't find any period pictures

    China26B.jpgT-26-a chinese.jpg

    And a Barbarossa operation
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  5. #35

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    Definitly the CharB1. not the prettiest flower in the bunch, but was a force to be reckoned with during the battle of least until Stukas bombed them to hell
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    Wow, im ashamed to admit that there are a few tanks being mentioned here that i have never heard of untill now, That CharB1 for example, what a unique shape and with 2 guns.

    Here is another of my favs-

    The M3 Stuart

  7. #37

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    Char B is indeed has a nice story too, and I like the giant looks of Char B and Soviet T 28 as well

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  8. #38

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    The JS-3 is cool.
    and the JS
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  9. #39

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    I am going to go with the Sexton SPG:


    A deadly and under-appreciated machine.


  10. #40

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    Mine would have to be the Panther, here is one of my father's, and also my avatar.
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