Vít Borovský

Vít Borovský

Vít Borovský
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From top to bottom: an M5A1 Stuart light tank, an M7 Priest SPG armed with a 75mm howitzer. So called due to the pulpit mount for the .50cal. Finally, we see an M10 Wolverine armed with the 73mm M6 anti-tank gun

From top to bottom: an Stuart light tank, an Priest SPG armed with a howitzer. So called due to the pulpit mount for the Finally, we see an Wolverine armed with the anti-tank gun

Ferdinand/Elephant

“ retrowar: “ Ferdinands ” Notice the lack of a commander’s copula, rooftop and hull machine guns, omissions that would prove disastrous when dealing with infantry during Operation Citadel.

General-purpose bomb by bagera3005.

General-purpose bomb Characteristics General-purpose (GP) bombs use a thick-walled metal casing with explosive filler (typically TNT, Composition B, or Tritonal in NATO or United States service) co.