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The unmodified ones were named in German service 7.

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Rounds in use were the PzGr. Was used also by Finland and Hungary. Best performances with the Pzgr. These mm divisional guns model F were originally designed as field gun but with AT capabilities in mind. Best performances were obtained with the German-built 7.

Produced to about 2, until Use a tailored carriage of the cruciform quad mount. Effective at m and more in almost flat trajecories it could fire indirectly at 15,m. Could fire the versatile Pzgr.

German armoured cars of World War Two

Schwerer Panzerspähwagen - 6 and 8 wheel armoured cars. ursimhecordran.tk · ursimhecordran.tk . · ursimhecordran.tk · ursimhecordran.tk · ursimhecordran.tk The term Schwerer Panzerspähwagen covers the 6 and 8 wheeled armoured cars Germany used during the Second World War. In the German Army, armoured.

Variation of the type used on the Jagdtiger. Can fire about the same ammunitions and figures similar to the 8.

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It was capable to penetrate millimetres 9. Used a quad two axles , two-legged mount. These were light, portable guns for airborne units, best used against infantry as penetration power was rather poor. The Panzer II was a provisional, stopgap model, which was mostly used as a scout tank during the war.

L , shared nothing but the name with the previous versions. Two MG 34 machine-guns. The main variants were the Ausf. A and B, and the wartime variants C and F were built in limited numbers. One 20 mm 0.

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It consisted of a preseries, the Ausf. The J was heavily armored.

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Many derivatives emerged, including a tank-hunter Marder II , a gun motor carriage Wespe , a howitzer heavy motor carriage sIG Bison and a flame-thrower version Flamingo. However, because it was unable to house bigger, longer barrel guns, it was replaced by the Panzer IV as the German main battle tank. Production of models based on its chassis flourished, notably with the StuGs series.

D, A and G variants. Tank hunter derivative Jagdpanther. Its armor ranged from to mm 3. Allied tanks were seen as sitting ducks. Some of its commanders became aces, like the famous Michael Wittman. Prototype VK The only Porsche Tiger in active service with Abt. The awesome Jagdtiger. Only a handful of these beasts were ever produced, and their weight made them near-impractical.

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Engine limitations led to a lot of breakdowns. But when in place, their protection, firepower and range were unrivaled until the end of the war — Credits: Wikipedia. One 75 mm 2. The Ausf. This gun was found able to penetrate the armor of the T and KV-1 at that time. The gun was mounted in a rear casemate, with its own shield for added protection. It was emerging from a large opening in the frontal armor for better traverse. It also had a lower profile, and was also the most largely produced, with vehicles from May to May One 88 mm 3.

One mm 5 in gun. One sIG 33 mm 6. One mm 6. Originally, Rheinmetall proposed a super-heavy howitzer to attack the Maginot Line. All seven were almost tailor-made and weighed around tons, armed with a mm 24 in howitzer. Mobility was limited, and it relied on a trailer and crane for ammo. This derivative of the prolific Czech Panzer 38 T was armed with a 20 mm 0.

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IV tank may Tungsten possesses the brilliant properties that it remains stiff and hard at the highest of temperatures. The car was fitted with one MG [MG]. As a consequence plenty of events are known in which one or two German Tiger tanks were able to chase off complete companies of Allied troops due to the fact that the Allies were unable to stop the mighty German armour. Our armouring is produced using pre-certified, high-quality ballistic materials and monitored by an efficient quality management system. Basic vehicle: armoured Toyota Land Cruiser. Tanks are intended to support or carry the fight and sustain heavy impacts of grenades and nearby detonations.

The Waffenamt designation was Flakpanzer 38 t auf Selbstfahrlafette 38 t Ausf. M SdKfz , or Flakpanzer 38 t Gepard. Given organically, after early , to the AA platoons of each Panzerbatallion. Quad 20 mm Flakvierling 38 in an open turret based on the Panzer IV chassis. Similar model by the same manufacturer, but armed with a single 3.

Only a handful were built at the end of the war. Achtung Panzer Panzerpunkt. Germans Tanks of ww2. I liked the encyclopedia of tanks from Germany. I do not see information about the Pz. IVc 8.

IV, Rhm. Thanks for everything. Those are rather obscure vehicles only made popular due to WoT. There were hundreds of German paper designs and prototypes. Have patience. Not even looking at their practicality on an actual battlefield, could these have been built at any point in the war?

Even early on, I imagine the Nazis would have been hard pressed to not only source material, but to actually build the thing. It is not unfeasable to think of the E 25, 50 or 75 as entering production the E 75 was basically a simplified Tiger II , but the E , the Maus or the Ratte were totally unfeasable from a production point of view.

watch They required a lot of resources, precious metals, manpower and time to be built, and were almost assuredly not worth it. Wunderwaffe was an umbrella term, which referred to all kinds of weapons aircraft, rockets, naval vessels, guns, in fact, all types of weapons. The vast majority were too big in every sense to be practical — cost too much, were physically massive, weighed too much, etc.

Sturer Emil a mm-armed, open-topped SPG was a pretty meh design that was rushed into production. Two prototypes saw service in roughly on the Eastern Front and were not bad at all.