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The only surviving example of the Tortoise super-heavy tank, preserved at the Tank Museum at Bovington.

The only surviving example of the Tortoise super-heavy tank, preserved at the Tank Museum at Bovington.

T28 / T95 GMC

Three quite unique and interesting American machines - Howitzer Motor Carriage, above, Super Heavy Tank in the center and Locust ligth tank on the bottom.

ELC EVEN 90 in colour. Note pedestal type turret, single smooth barrel mounted on right side of turret, co-axial MG mounted on left side of turret and central gunners hatch on turret.

Note pedestal type turret, single smooth barrel mounted on right side of turret, co-axial MG mounted on left side of turret and central gunners hatch on turret.

German E100 Super Heavy Tank | ... .blogspot.com/2011/08/e100-tiger-maus-henschels-heavy-tank.html

German would have been, tank, it used had various refined features of the Panther, King Tiger, and the (at the time) the experimental maus tank

Great photo showing real size of Maus | by Net-Maquettes

PzKpfw VIII Maus (Mouse) - super-heavy tank completed in late It is the heaviest fully enclosed armoured fighting vehicle ever built. Only two hulls and one turret were completed before the testing grounds were captured by the advancing Soviet forces.

The T28/T95 was designed for the United States Army during World War II as a counter to the German heavy tanks.

The was designed for the United States Army during World War II as a counter to the German heavy tanks. It was also set to be used for attacking the heavy defences expected of the German Siegfried Line.

A39 Tortoise (8) The Tortoise is a British tier 9 tank destroyer.The development of this assault tank began in 1942. The design was finalized by February 1944, and an order was placed for 25 vehicles. However, by the fall of 1947 only five tanks had been manufactured.

A39 Tortoise – WalkAround

Tortoise The Tortoise is a British tier 9 tank destroyer.The development of this assault tank began in The design was finalized by February and an order was placed for 25 vehicles. However, by the fall of 1947 only five tanks had been manufactured.

When Operation Barbarossa began, the Red Army was equipped with 508 new KV tanks. So effective was its armour that the Germans were incapable of destroying it with their tanks or anti-tank weapons and had to rely on 88 mm anti-aircraft guns (flak) or 105 mm guns to knock them out. #worldwar2 #tanks

When Operation Barbarossa began, the Red Army was equipped with 508 new KV…

Old warriors at rest. This is incredible to me, the juxtapose is beautiful.

Old warriors at rest

After all the years go by the memories of war still litter the old battlefields

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