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Early turret-less Panzer 58-based prototype with a engine raised exhaust and probably a new engine

Early turret-less Panzer prototype with a engine raised exhaust and probably a new engine

Tritton Chaser "Whippet" Prototype

After seeing the effects of the first British tanks on the battlefield, a new type of tank was devised, in the form of the Tritton Chaser prototype

The Panzer 74 with the Variante A turret and the Variante H hull

The Panzer 74 with the Variante A turret and the Variante H hull

LeFH-18/1(Sf) auf Geschutzwagen (IVb) 10.5cm: In 1939, Krupp turned their attention to the problem of how to mount a large artillery gun on a tank chassis. Their solution was to fix a 10.5cm LeFH-18/1 artillery light field howitzer on top of a shortened Panzer IV tank chassis in an open-topped turret.

The rare Geschutzwagen IVb consisted of a LeFH light field howitzer in an open-topped turret on a shortened Panzer IV tank chassis.

T23E3 prototype, early 1944.

The Pershing was the last American tank to enter service during World War Two, after a very long development stretching from 1942 to

Iranian Tiam Tank (revealed april 2016) - seems to be a mix between a Sabalan (mod. M47M Patton chassis) and Type 72Z (Type 59) turret modified with addon armour and ERA

Iranian Tiam Tank (revealed april - seems to be a mix between a Sabalan (mod. Patton chassis) and Type (Type turret modified with addon armour and ERA

A Bahraini M113 C&V, with the 25 mm turret, during Exercise Peninsula Shield 9. Bahrain bought 35 vehicles from the Netherlands.

A Bahraini C&V, with the 25 mm turret, during Exercise Peninsula Shield Bahrain bought 35 vehicles from the Netherlands.

A KhT-26 (converted from a model 1931) of the 210th Separate Chemical Tank Battalion, Karelian Isthmus, January 1940. The tactical unit number is on the rear part of the turret.

A (converted from a model of the Separate Chemical Tank Battalion, Karelian Isthmus, January The tactical unit number is on the rear part of the turret.

A Panzer 74 with the Variante D turret and Variante H hull, with a fixed rear pannier, in what-if camouflaged and with a thermal sleeve

A Panzer 74 with the Variante D turret and Variante H hull, with a fixed rear pannier, in what-if camouflaged and with a thermal sleeve

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