Germany and Other Axis

The Soviet Union had quite a bit of experience dealing with German vehicles, whether at the secret KaMa school at Kazan or captured equipment on the battlefield. This section will contain histories, reviews, impressions, and veteran memoir sections dealing with equipment of Germany, Italy, Japan, and the Axis Minors, as well as any captured and translated German documents.

Germany


PzI 
PzII
Pz38(t)

PzIII

PzIV

Panther

Ferdinand

Towed Guns

Hetzer

StuG

Tiger

Tiger II / King Tiger

Maus

Captured Documents and Intelligence Reports


Other Axis

Cheating at Statistics

This section covers instances where there is a notable difference between what happened and what was written down, taking credit for other people's work, and various other forgeries and misrepresentations of fact.

1 comment:

  1. Tanks were not so important during WW2. That's why e.g Americans didn't pay much attention on them compared to air and sea power. Land warfare has always been backward compared to air and sea warfare.

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