T-IV-76

Soviet Union (1942-1945) Medium Tank – None Built The Panzer IV, initially designed as a high-explosive-firing support tank, became the Wehrmacht’s armored backbone and most numerous tank for a good part of World War II. Over 8,500 Panzer IV tanks of all versions were built. The Soviet Army captured and reused a significant number of…

T-V-85

Soviet Union (1944-1945) Medium Tank – None Built One of the most recognizable tanks of the Third Reich was the Panzerkampfwagen V “Panther”. Created as a replacement for the medium Panzer III and Panzer IV tanks and as a “response” to the Soviet KV and T-34, the Panther was a formidable opponent on the battlefield….

Matilda II Mk.IV with ZiS-5 76mm

Soviet Union (1941) Infantry Tank – 1 Prototype Built In the early stages of WWII, Great Britain started a lend-lease relationship with the Soviet Union. Along with the Churchill III, Tetrarch, Valentine and Universal Carrier, the famous Queen of the Desert Matilda II soon found itself in the USSR. Between 1941 and 1943, some 1084…