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SU-152 - Soviet Union, 1943 45 tons - 2,45 m tall, 8.95 m long. Built in the style of German assault guns and tank destroyers, this vehicle featured a strong gun in an immobile casemate on base of the KV-1 tank. It served as a defensive answer against Tiger and Panther, being able to destroy both with its gargantuan 152 mm gun from ambush positions. It was also used as an artillery piece.
The M10 tank destroyer, formally 3-inch Gun Motor Carriage, M10 was a United States tank destroyer of World War II based on the chassis of the M4 Sherman tank. It was numerically the most important U.S. tank destroyer of World War II and combined a reasonably potent anti-tank weapon with a turreted platform (unlike the previous M3 GMC, whose gun was capable of only limited traverse). Despite the introduction of more-powerful types as replacements...
Schwerer Gustav was one of two German 80 cm K (E) ultra-heavy railway guns. It was developed in the late 1930s by Krupp as siege artillery. The gun weighed nearly 1,350 tonnes and could fire shells weighing seven tonnes to a range of 29 miles. It was the largest-calibre rifled weapon ever used in combat and fired the heaviest shells of any artillery piece.
British Army - Armor - Cruiser, Mk VIII, "Cromwell" (A27M) and the Cruiser, Mk VIII, "Centaur" (A27L)" were One of the most Successful Series of Cruiser Tanks Fielded by Britain in WW II. The "Cromwell" Tank was the First Tank put into Service by the British to Combine a Dual-Purpose Gun, High Speed (from the Powerful, Reliable "Meteor" Engine), and Reasonable Armor, all in One Balanced Package. Its Design Formed the Basis of the "Comet" Tank.