DIE WAFFENKAMMER TANKS AND VEHICLES

DIE WAFFENKAMMER TANKS AND VEHICLES

ACCESSORIES JTFM ALLIED STOWAGE

80 PIECES ALLIED TANK STOWAGE

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ACCESSORIES JTFM GERMAN STOWAGE

80PIECES GERMAN TANK STOWAGE

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Britain- CS9 Armoured Car

In April 1939, the LAC entered service with the Royal Tank Corps. Thirty-eight of the CS9 were given in to the 12th Royal Lancers, replacing the model 1928 4×6 Lanchesters. These were part of the BEF, participating in the Battle of France and Flanders, where all were destroyed or abandoned near Dunkirk. The other 30 served with the 11th Hussars, and were shipped to participate in the North African campaign, together with WW1-era Rolls-Royce LACs. It was found that, when fitted with desert tires, the vehicle had good performance on soft sand. However, its armor and armament were insufficient. The vehicle was retired halfway through the North African campaign. These vehicles participated in the desert war against the Italian 10th Army and used until 1943, some being captured and reused by German and Italian troops.

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BRITISH JTFM BISHOP SELF PROPELLED GUN

One hundred Bishops were built by July 1942, and nearly all of them were used in the North African campaigns, although some continued in action in Sicily and in the first few weeks of the Italy campaign. It was replaced as soon as possible by the American built 105mm M7 Priest or the Canadian 25-pdr Sexton. As a design to meet an emergency, the Bishop served its purpose adequately at an important time of the war, but perhaps the Bishops most useful function was as an instructional vehicle to teach regiments the rudiments of self-propelled gun tactics.

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BRITISH JTFM CENTAUR MK IV TANK

For most of World War II, British tank development remained faithful to the design philosophy inaugurated during World War I. Experiences in North Africa highlighted flaws in this basic design, however, and the General Staff identified the need for a new heavy cruiser that could combine speed and manoeuvrability with increased armour and armament. The Cromwell Cruiser tank was designed as a result and soon proved itself one of the fastest and most successful tanks deployed by the Allies during World War II. This book details the design and development of the Cromwell and its many variants, from its introduction at D-Day, through its many successes in the final year of World War II and beyond.

 

MATCHING BOOK- Cromwell -Centaur Tank

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BRITISH JTFM CHURCHILL MK IV

The Churchill was undoubtedly one of the most successful British tanks of the Second World War. Although it suffered from being underarmed, a defect common to most British armoured vehicles of the period.

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BRITISH JTFM COMET TANK A-34

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BRITISH JTFM CROMWELL MK IV TANK

For most of World War II, British tank development remained faithful to the design philosophy inaugurated during World War I. Experiences in North Africa highlighted flaws in this basic design, however, and the General Staff identified the need for a new heavy cruiser that could combine speed and manoeuvrability with increased armour and armament. The Cromwell Cruiser tank was designed as a result and soon proved itself one of the fastest and most successful tanks deployed by the Allies during World War II. This book details the design and development of the Cromwell and its many variants, from its introduction at D-Day, through its many successes in the final year of World War II and beyond.

MATCHING BOOK- Cromwell -Centaur Tank 

 

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BRITISH JTFM CRUSADER MK III TANK

The Crusader first saw action in the North African desert in June 1941: its speed and sleek design made it a hard target to hit, and the tank was well-respected by the Afrikakorps for its velocity in combat.

 

MATCHING BOOK-BRITISH CRUSADER AND COVENANTER CRUISER TANKS 1939-1945

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BRITISH JTFM DAIMLER MK I ARMOURED CAR

The Daimler Armoured Car was the first British vehicle of this type to be armed with a cannon (a 2pdr gun). Delivery began in mid-1941 and around 6,000 were produced during the war. The Daimler served successfully on North Africa and Europe

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BRITISH JTFM SHERMAN FIREFLY MK VC

The most powerfully gunned tank fielded by the Allies during World War II was the Sherman Firefly. An ordinary American-built Sherman modified by the British, the Firefly had the firepower that could finally match the awesome German tanks that had dominated Europe.

 

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BRITISH JTFM SHERMAN MK IV

The M4 Sherman tank was the mainstay of the Western allies between 1942 and 1945. Fast and modern it was better than most of the tanks Britain had to offer.

 

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MATCHING BOOK- Sherman Medium Tank 1942–45

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BRITISH JTFM STAGHOUND MK I ARMOURED CAR

The Staghound was a unique World War II armored vehicle – designed and manufactured in the US, but intended solely for the British army. Since its combat debut in Italy in 1943 until the end of the war it had performed particularly valuable service in a reconnaissance role.

 

MATCHING BOOK-Staghound Armored Car 1942–62

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BRITISH JTFM TETRARCH TANK WITH 2 PDR

Tetrarch tanks were used during the battle of Normandy during Operation Mallard in the 6th Airborne Division on D-Day. Unable to compete with the German tanks, they are used in support of the infantry until August 1944 before being replaced by other Allied tanks.

Withdrawn from the front after their engagement in Normandy, the Tetrarch are used in training in Britain until 1950.

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BRITISH JTFM VALENTINE MKIII

The Valentine III appeared in late 1941 and was one of the most produced versions of the entire series. The great improvement came with a completely redesigned turret, with a new internal mantlet and an enlarged turret basket, giving the much needed extra room to accommodate a loader to operate the gun, freeing the commander for other tasks. As a compensation for the added weight, the side armor was somewhat downgraded from 60 to 50 mm (2.36-1.97 in). The main gun was now a QF 2 pounder Mk.V.

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CREW SET JTFM GERMAN TANK CREW (4)

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CREW SETS JTFM SEATED GI’s

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FRANCE JTFM CHAR LEGER MODELE R 35 TANK

The Renault R35 was developed as a light infantry tank in 1926 to replace the FT.17 of World War 1. It was armed with a low velocity 37mm cannon and a single machine gun for this purpose. Against the German Panzers of the day it didn’t stand a chance. Additionally the tank required it’s commander to act as it’s loader and gunner as well. This would cause the Commander to be constantly busy with the general running of the turret and he would have no time to actually command.

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MATCHING BOOK-FRENCH TANKS OF WORLD WAR 2 (2)

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FRANCE JTFM R 35 SA18 37MM TANK

The Renault R35 was developed as a light infantry tank in 1926 to replace the FT.17 of World War 1. It was armed with a low velocity 37mm cannon and a single machine gun for this purpose. Against the German Panzers of the day it didn’t stand a chance. Additionally the tank required it’s commander to act as it’s loader and gunner as well. This would cause the Commander to be constantly busy with the general running of the turret and he would have no time to actually command.

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FRANCE R35 37MM SA38 TANK

The Renault R35 was developed as a light infantry tank in 1926 to replace the FT.17 of World War 1. It was armed with a low velocity 37mm cannon and a single machine gun for this purpose. Against the German Panzers of the day it didn’t stand a chance. Additionally the tank required it’s commander to act as it’s loader and gunner as well. This would cause the Commander to be constantly busy with the general running of the turret and he would have no time to actually command.

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MATCHING BOOK-FRENCH TANKS OF WORLD WAR 2 (2)

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GERMAN FLAMMPANZER III

The Pzkpfw III (F1) are also know as the Panzerflammwagen III or bether know as the Flammpanzer III Ausf. M and it was a medium flamethrower tank. Atleast 100 vehicles are been built by converting Panzer III Ausf M tanks into flamethrower tanks between February 1943 and April 1943. The medium tanks used for the Flammpanzer are been built by MIAG in Braunsweig but converted by Wegmann in Kassel. The 5 cm KwK 39 gun was replace by an 14mm Flammenwerfer with an 150 cm long barrel and the ammunition storage become two fuel tanks wich each 510 litres fuel. The maximum range of the flame-thrower was 60m using ignited oil and 50m using cold oil. The range also depended on the weather conditions.

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GERMAN JTFM GERMAN SdKfz. 234/4

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GERMAN JTFM LAND-WASSER SCHLEPPER

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GERMAN JTFM PANTHER AUSF G (EARLY 1944) PRODUCTION

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GERMAN JTFM SDKFZ 131MARDER II

 

 

 

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MATCHING BOOK- MODELLING THE MARDER SELF-PROPELLED GUN

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GERMAN JTFM SDKFZ 184 PANZERJAGER FERDINAND

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GERMAN JTFM SDKFZ 186 PANZERJAGER TIGER AUSF B

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GERMAN JTFM SDKFZ 251/23D

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GERMAN JTFM SdKfz. 234/1

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GERMAN JTFM STUGIII AUSFG mit SCHURZEN

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GERMAN JTFM STUGIV MIT SCHURZEN

Originally the German assault gun was designed as an infantry support weapon, but the changing conditions of the battlefields of the Second World War forced it to adapt to perform a number of different roles, most importantly as a tank destroyer, although the infantry support role was never wholly discarded. If the much-glamorised Panzer divisions were the sword of the German army then the assault gun and tank destroyer units were its shield. As the Panzers’ grip on the battlefield began to fail, though, it was left to the assault gun and tank destroyer crews to take up the burden.

MATCHING BOOK-STUG ASSAULT GUN UNITS EAST BAGRATION TO BERLIN VOL 2 &  STUG ASSAULT GUNS EAST 

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GERMAN JTFM TIGER 1 (EARLY PRODUCTION)

Probably the most famous tank of the World War II, the Tiger I was originally conceived in 1941 in response to the German Army’s experience in fighting British tanks and anti-tank guns in Western Europe and the North African desert.

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GERMAN JTFM TIGER II HENSCHEL PRODUCTION TURRET

As World War II entered its later stages and Germany was forced increasingly onto the defensive, the need for fast-moving mobile forces lessened and the Wehrmacht required better protected and more powerfully armed tanks. After debacles against the T-34, Hitler and the Panzerwaffe were determined not to be unprepared again. The result of this determination was the production of the heaviest and largest tank to see combat during World War II, the Tiger II or Konigstiger (Kingtiger).

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GERMAN JTFM TIGER II PORSCHE PRODUCTION TURRET

As World War II entered its later stages and Germany was forced increasingly onto the defensive, the need for fast-moving mobile forces lessened and the Wehrmacht required better protected and more powerfully armed tanks. After debacles against the T-34, Hitler and the Panzerwaffe were determined not to be unprepared again. The result of this determination was the production of the heaviest and largest tank to see combat during World War II, the Tiger II or Konigstiger (Kingtiger).

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German Kfz.69 Krupp Munitions Carrier

Krupp L 2 H 43 and L 2 H 143 „Krupp Protze” was German six wheeled truck and artillery tractor. Produced between 1933 and 1941 (about 7000 units).

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German Kfz.70 Krupp Protze Transport

Krupp L 2 H 43 and L 2 H 143 „Krupp Protze” was German six wheeled truck and artillery tractor. Produced between 1933 and 1941 (about 7000 units).

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GERMAN SDKFZ 11 PRIME MOVER

The workhorse of recovery and heavy towing.

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German SdKfz.251/2C (8cm Mortar)

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SOVIET JTFM BT 5 TANK

The BT-5 entered service in 1933 and, with gradual deliveries until 1935, equipped all armored cavalry brigades. The first active engagements came in Spain, in 1937, when a batch of 100 was shipped to the Republicans. They took part in the defense of Madrid. Some were captured later and saw service with the Nationalist Spanish state. Two brigades (6th and 11th Tank Brigade) were sent in the Far East, on the Sino-Russo-Mongolian border to face Japanese incursions of the time. They proved instrumental at Khalkin Gol, with many BT-7s, proving too fast for the Japanese AT teams and still deadly for any AVFs deployed. However, they proved vulnerable to “close quarter” Japanese teams armed with Molotov cocktails.

Not long after, they were deployed in eastern Poland. They also soldiered during the “Winter War” in Finland, proving ill-adapted for the task with their thin armor. Losses were appalling. Finnish troops used Molotov cocktails as well and quickly found a weak point where the engine was installed, prone to catch fire and explode when hit, as shown in reports. In 1941 there were still hundreds of BT-5s in service despite the type having been replaced by the BT-7. But hundreds were lost or abandoned, worn out, during the summer offensive, liquidating what was left of the model. Only the lack of spare parts prevented the use of surviving vehicles until later in the war.

MATCHING BOOK- TANK ART 2 ALLIED ARMOUR

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SOVIET JTFM IS2 TANK

The Iosef Stalin tanks were the ultimate heavy tanks developed by the Soviet Union and were popularly called ‘Victory tanks’ due to their close association with the defeat of Germany in 1945.

MATCHING BOOK See also the Osprey Title IS-2 Heavy Tank 1944–73 in our book section

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SOVIET JTFM KV 1 TANK

Named after Klimenti Voroshilov, the People’s Commissar for Defence, the KVs proved a nasty surprise for German tank crews during the early days of Operation Barbarossa. Although slow, they were extremely heavily armoured. This volume examines the transition from multi-turreted tanks to heavy single-turret vehicles, consisting of the KV-1 and 2, and the increased favour given to the heavy single-turret after the Germans began to develop ammunition capable of penetrating even the thickest armour, whilst detailing the design, development and operational history of the Soviet Union’s monstrous KV series of tanks.

 

MATCHING BOOK -KV-1 & 2 Heavy Tanks 1939–45

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SOVIET JTFM KV 2 TANK

Named after Klimenti Voroshilov, the People’s Commissar for Defence, the KVs proved a nasty surprise for German tank crews during the early days of Operation Barbarossa. Although slow, they were extremely heavily armoured. This volume examines the transition from multi-turreted tanks to heavy single-turret vehicles, consisting of the KV-1 and 2, and the increased favour given to the heavy single-turret after the Germans began to develop ammunition capable of penetrating even the thickest armour, whilst detailing the design, development and operational history of the Soviet Union’s monstrous KV series of tanks.

 

MATCHING BOOK -KV-1 & 2 Heavy Tanks 1939–45

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SOVIET JTFM KV85 TANK

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SOVIET JTFM LEND LEASE VALENTINE TANK

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SOVIET JTFM SU152

According to its combat designation, the SU-152 could be either a heavy tank destroyer or a heavy assault gun, and indeed, in practice, it was discovered the 152 mm (5.98 in) muzzle velocity and the heavy high explosive rounds had surprising, unsuspected qualities against German armor. This was the origin of its popular nickname of “beast fighter” in reference to the German Tigers, Elefants and Panthers encountered at Kursk. Although, in practice, the 152 mm (5.98 in) round did not penetrate the thick armor of these tanks, the excessive shock of the explosion on impact was enough to jam a turret, gun mantlet, blast tracks or do other significant damage. Tests performed on captured Tiger tanks early in 1943 had shown that the SU-152 was able of “decapitating” them (blasting the turret off) at any range, with a good degree of reliability. At that time, this was the only Russian tank capable of doing so. The consequence of this was that the SU-152 operationally functioned within regular mobile artillery units, which could be used as ersatz heavy tank destroyer battalions on demand.

The SU-152 saw its combat debut in the summer of 1943 at the Battle of Kursk, where it was proven to be equally effective against German tanks and an excellent self-propelled gun. The most active units of SU-152s saw action during the second half of 1943 and early 1944, but their numbers steadily decreased as a result of combat losses, severe deterioration of the chassis, engine and transmission. This was because of a still relatively crude manufacturing quality, very intensive use and lack of maintenance. Also, its replacement by the ISU-152, more largely produced, accelerated the process. The last offensive where SU-152s were committed en masse (alongside ISU-152s) was during Operation Bagration in June 1944. A small number of SPGs managed to survive until the end of the war and served in the postwar years until 1954, when these were decommissioned, scrapped, and the remainder sold (to Syria and Egypt). Only four are still in existence today.

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SOVIET JTFM SU76

As the first Soviet SPG, the SU-76 filled three roles in the Red Army, well served by its speed and low ground pressure, despite its vulnerability: light assault gun, mobile anti-tank weapon and mobile gun for indirect fire. In the first case the open compartment eased communications between ground troops and battlefield awareness. It had greater firepower compared to previous infantry tanks, and was hugely popular in its close support role. However, it needed to be well defended by infantry in an urban theater, since its open compartment made it highly vulnerable to grenades and improvises explosives like Molotov cocktails, not to mention the Panzerfaust. In indirect fire, the ZiS-3 had the best maximum elevation angle of any other comparable SPGs and could operate to a 17 km (10.5 mi) range. However, the 76.2 mm (3 in) rounds lacked explosive power compared to 152 mm (5.98 in) howitzers. It could fire a large variety of ammo, ranging from the usual armor-piercing rounds, hollow charge, high explosive, fragmentation, shrapnel and incendiary rounds. As a tank-hunter, the high velocity of the gun, reinforced by APCR ammunition, could easily destroy any German tank up to the Panther (shot in the flank of rear), but instructions were given to aim at the Tiger’s tracks or gun barrel. It was also well suited for ambushes, having a low profile easy to camouflage and low noise level. It was also fast in reverse if needed. Another advantage procured by the large tracks and low ground pressure was its ability to sneak out through swamps, as it showed during the Belarus liberation campaign in 1944.

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SOVIET JTFM T34 76

The combat debut of the T-34 Model 1940 tank in the summer of 1941 revealed it to be unquestionably the finest tank design of its time. The revolutionary combination of thick, angled armour, heavy firepower and superb mobility placed it in a dass above its closest German contemporaries, the Panzer III and Panzer IV. This forced the Germans to begin a costly programme of up-gunning and up-armouring its tanks, and initiate the development of a new tank, the Panzer V Panther to serve as an antidote to the T-34. The appearance of the T-34 also forced the Germans to completely revamp their anti-tank arsenal because the existing 37mm PAK 36 and 50mm anti-tank guns were largely ineffective against the T-34 and KV tank . While the 88 mm AA gun could be used as a stopgap in limited circumstances, only the arrival of the PAK 40 75mm anti-tank gun could restore the balance.

MATCHING BOOK- SOVIET T 34 76 MEDIUM TANK 

 

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SOVIET LEND LEASE WHITE M3 SCOUT CAR

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Soviet T-26 Model 1939

Being one of the most widely produced tanks in history, the T-26 was also one of the most well-balanced, at least until 1939. It was a perfect compromise between reasonable speed, good armor and generous firepower. It was not a pure infantry tank, nor a fast cruiser tank, but a modern, well balanced light tank, versatile, relatively cheap and easy to maintain. During its long career, starting in Spain and ending in China, it was not only used by the Soviets, but by Spanish Republican forces, the Finns and Germans (captured ones), nationalist Chinese, Turkey (60 sold), Romania and Hungary (captured during Operation Barbarossa) and even Afghanistan.

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USA JTFM M-22 LOCUST AIRBORNE TANK

Twelve of the tanks were landed using the giant Hamilcar glider during the Rhine crossing on March 24, 1945. The British airborne crossing of the Rhine river, called Operation Varsity, utilized over 50 large Hamilcar Gliders delivering airborne tanks and other equipment for the 6th Airborne Armored Reconnaissance Regiment, Royal Armored Corps, of the British forces. One Locust tank was allegedly credited with killing over 100 enemy soldiers.

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USA JTFM M4 NORMANDY SHERMAN TANK

The M4 Sherman tank was the mainstay of the Western allies between 1942 and 1945. Fast and modern it was better than most of the tanks Britain had to offer. The American Chief of Staff claimed in November 1943 that it had been hailed widely as ‘the best tank on the battlefield today’.

 

MATCHING BOOK- SHERMAN MEDIUM TANK 1942-1945

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USA JTFM PERSHING TANK

From the moment that the M4 Sherman had been matched against German Panther and Tiger tanks, the American tank crews had known that their vehicles were outclassed by the opposition. What was needed was a more powerful tank, more heavily armed and armored, that could take-on the powerful German panzers on a more equal footing. Although it took time to develop by the latter months of the war numbers of M26 Pershing tanks were reaching the frontline US armored units. Well armored and with a powerful 90mm gun the Pershing was a match for any tank in the German order of battle.

MATCHING BOOK-PERSHING TANK 1943-1953

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MATCHING BOOK- TANK ART 2 ALLIED ARMOUR 

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USA JTFM US WHITE M3 SCOUT CAR

Throughout the production history of the M3 (and its variants), well over 20,000 vehicles were manufactured and used in 25 different countries. The World War II M3A1 Scout car was known to still be in use in the Dominican Republic as recent as 1990.

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