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Polish light tank 7TP.

/ Polski Light Tank In British Vickers-Armstrong designed the Tank Mark E and of which in Poland purchased 50 examples.

Wojska pancerne podczas defilady. Widoczny czołg lekki 7 TP dwuwieżowy

Wojska pancerne podczas defilady. Widoczny czołg lekki 7 TP dwuwieżowy

四式中戦車

The Imperial Japanese Army produced two Type 4 Chi-To medium-heavy tanks on a trial basis near the end of World War II, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Berlin tank factory 1945.  Late model Panther turrets showing late model commanders coupula.  Gun mantlet shows lower "chin" and monocular gunsight.

Panther Lair At Hanover Germany Complete Turret Assemblies color

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Sherman Firefly converted from the (Sherman Mk VC) from the Polish Armoured Regiment, C-squadron of the Polish Armored Division - Would like more information about landing-craft number.

Warsaw 1939, Polish Army.  7TP tank. Made in Poland. Armor:17mm Primary armament:1×37 mm Bofors wz. 37 Secondary armament:1×7.92 mm Ckm wz.30. Speed:37 km/h Number of tanks (production 1935-1939):155. Crew: 3 (commander, gunner, driver). Weight 9.9 tonnes.Operational range:160km (130 km off-road).

Objęcie patronatu nad projektem 7 TP przez CAW - zdjęcie 17 z 30

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Mass production for mass destruction: The tank factories of World War II

23 Amazing Vintage Photographs Taken Inside WWII Tank Factories

Belgium (1936) Light tank - 42 built History of the T15 light tank During the

Belgium Light tank - 42 built History of the light tank During the

A small selection of photos of Soviet heavy tank KV-1 .

Soviet heavy tank in production at the Uralvagonzavod (Уралвагонзавод)

Ferdinand returns to the Nibelungerwerk plants for changes

Tank Destroyer Ferdinand during modernization in Nibelungenwerk facilities, 1944

Polish 7TP light tank, captured by the German Wehrmacht in the battle for Poland in 1939. Panzerwaffe used for their needs, and then was sent to the defense of France, where he was captured by Allied forces in 1944. Time taken: 1944

Polish light tank, captured by the German Wehrmacht in the battle for Poland in Panzerwaffe used for their needs, and then was sent to the defense of France, where he was captured by Allied forces in Time taken: 1944 ~ BFD

German soldier watching abandoned Polish TK-S tanktette. Main armament, which was machine gun, was dismounted. September 1939

German soldier watching abandoned Polish TK-S tanktette. Main armament, which was machine gun, was dismounted. September pin by Paolo Marzioli

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