Western Allies and Other Nations

Great Britain and Commonwealth

British Tank Building
British anti-tank Home Guard
Lend Lease for two
Turret weights (various)
British Lend-Lease tanks and tank destroyers
Swedish evaluation of British exercises
British tests against German tanks
Soviet intel on British tanks
Penetration according to British standards
Commonwealth HEAT protection methods
Foreign ammunition in BESA
Ratte analogue
British anti-tank weapon demonstrations
British interception of Lend Lease shipments

United States

France

General

Lend-Lease tanks in the late war
Tank infantry guidelines for Lend-Lease tanks
1943 Lend-Lease purchases
Penetration tables for foreign guns (1932)
Statistics on Lend-Lease (1944)
Reliability of Lend-Lease tanks and rates of repair
Meeting at the Elbe
Mistaken identity
Friendly tank markings
Experience of the 16th Independent Tank Brigade with Lend-Lease tanks
Partying hard
Made up tanks
Spare barrels for Lend Lease weapons
Lend Lease spares and deficiencies
Visibility from Lend Lease tanks
Announcement of the end of the war in Europe
Spherical tanks
Fuel capacity and type
Mixed foreign tank regiment
1943 Lend Lease guidelines
Proportion of Lend Lease trucks
Identification issues with foreign tanks
Import of tanks 1941-1943
British and American Panzerfaust protection
Observation in Lend Lease tanks
Buying tanks, 1929

1 comment:

  1. 44” turret ring is not “ roomy” Worst flaws of French tanks: poor visibility, terrible ergonomics, weak communications, this tank addresses none of these.

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