A pair of T-34s

A pair of T-34s

Soviet T-34 tank in the streets of Berlin after the end of the battle. Note the spare caterpillar links attached in front of the driver's hatch.

Soviet T-34 tank in the streets of Berlin after the end of the battle. Note the spare caterpillar links attached in front of the driver's hatch.

Olafur Eliasson (Contemporary Artists (Phaidon)) by Madeleine Grynsztejn. Save 34 Off!. $29.85. Author: Madeleine Grynsztejn. Publisher: Phaidon Press (November 15, 2002). Series - Contemporary Artists (Phaidon). Publication: November 15, 2002

Olafur Eliasson (Contemporary Artists (Phaidon)) by Madeleine Grynsztejn. Save 34 Off!. $29.85. Author: Madeleine Grynsztejn. Publisher: Phaidon Press (November 15, 2002). Series - Contemporary Artists (Phaidon). Publication: November 15, 2002

The Soviet T-34 medium tank.  FIrst produced in 1940, it was still in use by 27 countries in 1996.  It was the main tank for the Red Army in WWII.

The Soviet T-34 medium tank. FIrst produced in 1940, it was still in use by 27 countries in 1996. It was the main tank for the Red Army in WWII.

T-34-85 and crew . Berlin, May 1945. Note the spring metal bed with mesh welded to the body of the tank to protect it from the Panzerfaust grenades

T-34-85 and crew . Berlin, May 1945. Note the spring metal bed with mesh welded to the body of the tank to protect it from the Panzerfaust grenades

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