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Category Archives: Armor
Every combatant had some light vehicles designed with speed and communications as their function. Let’s take a look at a common sight everywhere British and Commonwealth forces fought from Sitzkrieg to VJ Day and beyond.
As the war between Germany and Russia continued into 1943 the Wehrmacht continued to seek more powerful, more capable weapons to deal with the Soviet masses. Join me for a look at one of the more successful such designs.
This light armored half-track saw service from early 1941 to the end of the War. Join me for a brief look at this German fighting vehicle.
This prolific early war tank was a key part of the Wehrmacht’s Panzer divisions even though it was never made in Germany. It’s derivatives would remain in production past the war’s end. Join me for a look at an important … Continue reading
This mass produced tank destroyer was officially known as the “3-inch Gun Motor Carriage (GMC) M10”. It is similar in size and shape to the better known M4 Sherman Tank, in part because it was built from the same basic … Continue reading
Most combatants used armored cars derived from light duty trucks to serve as reconnaissance vehicles for fast moving armored divisions. But the German approach was unique, join me for a look at a Heavy Armored Car.
This ungainly looking vehicle was improvised to add serious anti-tank capabilities to mobile formations. Join me for a brief look at this German Tank Destroyer.