T-35 in marble relief
1938 The Parade on
Moscow Red Square. T-28 medium tank
Captured Soviet tank T-35, delivered for testing at the site in Kummersdorf. On the hull plates and the towers surrounding the thickness of the armor plates. On the tower you can see two white horizontal stripes – tactical sign of the 67th tank regiment of 34th tank division 8th mechanized corps of the southwestern front.
Treat’em Rough! Join The Tanks – United States Tank Corps. (1917)
One of the first Japanese tanks introduced into mass production was The “type 89”. It was designed in the early 30s and put into production almost immediately. It is noteworthy that he was completely the brainchild of Japanese engineering. If Europe and considered these technologies obsolete, then for the entire Asian side and the Far East, this can not be said.
Renault B1 Bis heavy tank at the Musee des Blindes in Saumur, France.
T-34s early war.
That turret is tiny!
Tanks are Mighty Fine Things.