Another Russian Tank Recovered

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That’s another Russian tank recovered from Russian lake.

A few days later there would be an anniversary of WW2 victory, the holiday which is commemorated by most patriotic Russians so some of them try to commemorate it in their way.

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16 thoughts on “Another Russian Tank Recovered”

  1. I think i saw these photos a long time ago.. they also had images of the engine compartment, which was also in perfect shape.

  2. I believe that’s a T-34, one of history’s greatest tanks, and well worth rescuing from that lake. It kicked ass at the Battle of Kursk and played a major part in saving your country.

    • t-34 / 57 produced mainly during 1943; some might mistake it for t-34 / 76 however it has unique shape of the turret : this one was not referred to as Mickey Mouse by germans; its main purpose was a tank hunter : surprisingly its Zis-4 57 m gun was more suitable that its 76.2 m weapon but small projectile could not carry enough punch; this tank gave birth to t-43 & t-44 group but a very small numbers were produced;

  3. pindosi suki sasut nahuj zalupu ebanuyu!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ВСЕХ С НАСТУПАЮЩИМ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. that’s not a T-34, its a Kirovets KV-1 Heavy Tank,
    Type Heavy tank
    Place of origin Soviet Union
    Service history
    In service 1939–45
    Used by Soviet Union
    Wars World War II
    Production history
    Designer Zh. Kotin, TsKB-2
    Designed 1938–39
    Manufacturer Kirov Factory, ChTZ
    Produced 1939–43
    Number built about 5,219
    Variants KV-2, KV-8 flamethrower, KV-85
    Specifications (KV-1 Model 1941)
    Weight 45 tonnes
    Length 6.75 m
    Width 3.32 m
    Height 2.71 m
    Crew 5
    Armour Hull 75mm Rear: 70mm Bottom: 40mm; Superstructure (glacis) 40mm (driver) 75mm Top: 40mm; Turret (front): 70mm (side) 70mm Top/Bottom turret: 40mm; Gun Mantlet: 90mm
    Primary
    armament 76.2 mm model F-34 gun
    Secondary
    armament 4×DT machine guns
    Engine 12-cylinder diesel model V-2
    600 hp (450 kW)
    Power/weight 13 hp/tonne
    Suspension Torsion bar
    Operational
    range 335 km
    Speed 35 km/h

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