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This T26E4 prototype was based on a T26E1 vehicle. The old designation can still be seen on the turret. Here seen at the Aberdeen Proving Ground

This T26E4 prototype was based on a T26E1 vehicle. The old designation can still be seen on the turret. Here seen at the Aberdeen Proving Ground

The Sd.Kfz. 234 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234, or Special Purpose Vehicle 234), was a family of armoured cars designed and built in Germany during World War II. The vehicles were lightly armoured, armed with a 20, 50 or 75 mm main gun, and powered by a Tatra V12 diesel engine.[3] The Sd.Kfz. 234 broadly resembles the appearance of Sd.Kfz. 231 (8 rad)

The Sd.Kfz. 234 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 234, or Special Purpose Vehicle 234), was a family of armoured cars designed and built in Germany during World War II. The vehicles were lightly armoured, armed with a 20, 50 or 75 mm main gun, and powered by a Tatra V12 diesel engine.[3] The Sd.Kfz. 234 broadly resembles the appearance of Sd.Kfz. 231 (8 rad)

French Tanks of World War II: Somua S-35, Possibly the best French tank of the 1940 campaign

French Tanks of World War II: Somua S-35, Possibly the best French tank of the 1940 campaign

The Japanese Type 1 Ho-ni 75mm self-propelled gun consisted of a 75mm gun mounted on a Chi-ha medium tank chassis. It was one of the few Japanese armored vehicles capable of destroying M4 'Sherman' tanks at long range, but there were only a handful in service in 1944.

The Japanese Type 1 Ho-ni 75mm self-propelled gun consisted of a 75mm gun mounted on a Chi-ha medium tank chassis. It was one of the few Japanese armored vehicles capable of destroying M4 'Sherman' tanks at long range, but there were only a handful in service in 1944.

Советская самоходная гаубица СУ-122 в районе Прохоровского плацдарма. 14 июля 1943 г-Soviet self-propelled howitzer SU-122 in the area Prokhorovka bridgehead. July 14, 1943

Советская самоходная гаубица СУ-122 в районе Прохоровского плацдарма. 14 июля 1943 г-Soviet self-propelled howitzer SU-122 in the area Prokhorovka bridgehead. July 14, 1943

The T29 was not ready in time for the war in Europe, but it did provide post-war engineers with opportunities for testing the engineering concepts in artillery and automotive components.

The T29 was not ready in time for the war in Europe, but it did provide post-war engineers with opportunities for testing the engineering concepts in artillery and automotive components.

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