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Morris CS.9 - Tanks Encyclopedia

The Morris was meant to replace older WWI and interwar armored cars. Only a few were built, but served in Europe and North Africa

Laffly W15 TCC

The French built two types of armored cars on the Laffly chassis, one intended for colonial duties and a tank hunter.

Beutepanzer M2

The Half Track was derived from the Scout Car and used as a gun tractor and troop carrier.

T7 Combat Car was based on the T1 Combat Car light tank and was made between 1937 and 1938 and theoretically, it was a pretty reasonable vehicle, that could go both with and without tracks on the road, much like the Christie designs. Its main armament (M2 .50cal machinegun) was however already obsolete for its time, despite the fact that a 45mm gun could possibly fit in the relatively large turret.

Innovative wheel-tracks light tank of 1938 with its tracks installed.

Here a crewman prepares to launch his Panzerwerfer. He is standing on the open hatches, through which rockets are being passed. Note a jerrycan wedged behind the forward wheels to help keep the vehicle from moving when the rockets were fired. The back blast from the Nebelwerfer was very powerful and could often move a vehicle as large as this by a foot.

Here a crewman prepares to launch his Panzerwerfer. He is standing on the open…

M107, Viet-Nâm 1968: Many received local nicknames like “Sấm sét” (Lightning) and “Vua chiến trường” (King of Battlefield) painted on the barrel.

Viet-Nâm Many received local nicknames like “Sấm sét” (Lightning) and “Vua chiến trường” (King of Battlefield) painted on the barrel.

Laffly S15 TOE (1938)

The French built two types of armored cars on the Laffly chassis, one intended for colonial duties and a tank hunter.

KRUPP-PROTZE

Kraftfagrzeug 2 fuente: Bishop, Chriss - The encyclopedia of weapons of world war II Barnes & Noble Ltd.

M4A3E8 Germany 1945

The Sherman was the main Allied tank in mass-produced to an extent of and used in countless conflicts through numerous decades.

M4A6 illustration by David Bocquelet

Production for the last Sherman variant, the began in Built around a new massive radial engine only 75 were ever produced.