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46-in) short infantry support gun. ThelaterT-26 Model 1933 had a single turret. from the scene, proving itself to belong to an earlier era of tank design. The Soviet T-28 heavy tank weighed 28 tons but was termed a medium tank. 2-mm (3-in) gun as its main armament, plus machine-guns in the two extra turrets mounted in front of themain turret. They were clumsy vehicles with armour that proved to be too thin once in action. USSR T-28 medium tank The Soviet T-28 medium tank was an indigenous design that entered production in Leningrad during 1933.

2-mm (3-in) main gun on a chassis that was tobe adapted for la ter models of Soviet heavy tanks. Several versions existed as progressive production changes were in troduced to speed manufacture and improve protection for the crew of five. 2-in) weapon never came to anything other than trials. 98in) gun in its clumsy turret was withdrawn. 34-in) guns were fitted, and this model was known as the KV-85. The KV-1 was a sound design, but had some serious automotive problems, On early models it was almost impossible to change gear because of clutch problems, and there were other transmission difficulties.

The M3 was widely used for all manner of ex- British service the M5 was the Stuart TheM3 (and the MS) series were periments that ranged from mine- VI, the same designation being used used by many Allied armies for clearing expedients to flame-throwers for the M5A1 with an improved turret reconnaissance. This example is of several kinds. Some vehicles were having a bulged rear for radio (as on seen negotia ting an improvised , used for carrying self-propelled artil- the M3A3). German roadblock outside Harze in * lery, but none were accepted for serBelgium during the late summer of 1944.

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