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T-100 - Soviet prototype of heavy tank from 1939. Construction based on "multi-turret" idea like earlier T-35 or SMK project. Only 1 (other sources told about 2) prototype built and used in combat in Finland, 1940.

- Soviet prototype of heavy tank from Construction based on "multi-turret" idea like earlier or SMK project. Only 1 (other sources told about prototype built and used in combat in Finland,

A German "Rhino" anti- tank gun crew sits with fellow infantrymen for a quick meal. 1944.

A German "Nashorn"(Rhino)" anti- tank gun crew sits with fellow infantrymen for a quick meal.

PanzerKampfWagen VII, The King Tiger Tank

PanzerKampfWagen VII, The King Tiger Tank

Churchill's mole or "Nellie" N.L.E. Tractors. Winston Churchill sometimes referred to the machine as his mole and the prototype machine was dubbed Nellie. It was lightly armoured and carried no weapons. It was designed to advance upon an enemy position largely below ground level in a trench that it was itself excavating. On reaching the enemy's front line, it would serve as a ramp for the troops and possibly tanks following in its trench.

Churchill's Mole or "Nellie" A mechanical trench digger developed in

T31 Demolition Tank - It was armed with 105 mm howitzer and two 7.2 inch rocket launchers. As far as I know the project was canceled after some tests in Aberdeen in late 1945

Demolition Tank - howitzer in a special turret with two 1833 launchers on each side, this tank was considered for World of Tanks

Dutch heavy artillery,1939 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

This field cannon manufacturer Vickers, was introduced in 1920 in the Dutch army. The operation consisted of one commander and eight gunners. Originally cannon and crew pulled by a Fordson tractor and Fordsontruck in jointly by DAF / Trado-tractor.

Three Canadian soldiers roll a large round swastika sign down a muddy street. The Canadian troops are helping to dismantle local Nazi Party headquarters in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. February 1945.

Three Canadian soldiers roll a large round swastika sign down a muddy street. The Canadian troops are helping to dismantle local Nazi Party headquarters in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

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