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Tanks Of World War II

written by: triumph
 
Tanks were first used in World War I, to break the deadlock of the trenches, and they evolved to take the role of cavalry on the battlefield.

Question 1:

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This tank had a remarkable balance of protection, firepower and mobility, and was rushed into production in 1943 as a response to the Soviet T-34.
Panzer I
Tiger I
Panther
Panzer IV


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Question 2:

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The need for heavier guns led to the development of a new model which hosted, in its enlarged turret, the most powerful weapon ever mounted on a combat tank during WWII. In battle, this tank was able to tackle German Panthers and Tigers on equal terms.
KV-2 (Klimenti Voroschilov)
BT-5
T-34
IS-2 (Iosef Stalin)


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This was the main tank designed and built by the US for use in World War II.
M7 Priest
M4 Sherman
M.22 Locust
M 18 Hellcat


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This was a heavy British infantry tank of the Second World War, best known for its heavy armour and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles.
Humber
Tank Destroyer Archer
Churchill Mk VII
Bedford QLD


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This tank was capable of destroying a T-34 or Churchill IV at ranges up to 1300 m.
Sturmtiger
Marder III
Elefant
Tiger VI


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This weapon was also known as "Stalin's Organ", so named by German troops due to its resemblance to a pipe organ.
Tank Killer ISU-122
Garford-Putilow
STZ-3 Komsomolec
Katyusha BM-13


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Perhaps the most important British tank of the North African Campaign. Over 5300 were built.
Cruiser Tank Mk VI Crusader
Main Battle Tank Centurion
Bishop
Daimler Dingo


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It was used as the US' main tank destroyer of WWII.
Self-Propelled Artillery M40 GMC
Tank Destroyer M 18 Hellcat
T-28 experimental tank
Tank Destroyer M10 Wolferine


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This Soviet medium tank was first produced in1940, at the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant. It was the mainstay of Soviet armoured forces throughout WWII, and widely exported afterwards.
SU-100
T-34
KV-I
SU-152


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This was a German, unmanned, expendable, remote-controlled (wire) tracked demolition charge of the Second World War, produced from 1942 until 1944.
GAZ-67B
Goliath
Gepard
G-6


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