In early 1943, several units of T-34 was screened, and received the name of T-34E. However, after the engagement all of the T-34E were destroyed by German anti-tank artillery of calibre of 75 mm. During the inspection of the wrecked cars it turned out that when hit by armor-piercing shells in the tank, the screens simply flew off and the car was shot in the side, while others were destroyed in the forehead of the body do not have additional brunekreef, so this method of screening T-34 refused, and began to work on shielding tanks in other ways.
M10 Wolverine, world war II
1937. На заднем плане трое с лопатами
SdKfz 234-1 Puma. 4. Panzer Division at Danzig.
American volunteers in Cuba offloading the experimental Sims-Dudley Dynamite Gun, a breech-loading artillery piece which used air compression to launch projectiles containing gelatinous dynamite.
22 Feb 1945. An American bomber Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress strikes the town of Salzwedel, Saxony-Anhalt
Works bomber Ki-48 “Lily” of the 16 sentai
1945. Poland. The 1st Belorussian front . Column of Soviet tanks with troops on the armor.
Russian state archive of cinema and photo documents
architect No. 0-88170
1945. Poland. A column of tanks is-2 on the street during a March in Eastern Pomerania
Fighter of the U.S. army near the captured ME 262 in the area of Frankfurt
Burnt “Panther” on Comedianchris in Cologne. Clearly the hole in the sponson on the starboard side. Germany, March 1945.
Light hydroplane Arado Ar-199
Scouts Hs 126 B-1 of 3.Staffel, Aufklärungsgruppe 21, on the Eastern front, winter 1942-43