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    Armored Vehicles:
    Tank Design Since 1916 and Present






    In year 1916 tanks were introduced to battlefield for first time and since then
    Tanks shaped the future of battlefields to this day. This thread is dedicated to tank design since 1916 and present.




    World War I
    Page 1

    France
    Schneider CA1
    Saint-Chamond
    Renault FT
    FCM 1A
    Char 2C



    Germany
    A7V
    Beutepanzers
    Mark IV
    Mark A Whippet

    United Kingdom
    Mark I
    Mark II
    Mark III
    Mark IV
    Mark V
    Tank Mark VIII
    Medium Mark A Whippet
    Medium Mark B
    Medium Mark C

    United States
    Holt gas electric tank
    Skeleton tank
    Steam tank

    Russia
    Vezdekhod
    Lebedenko


    World War II
    Page 2



    France

    Light tanks
    Renault R35
    Hotchkiss H35 or modified version H39
    FCM 36
    Char D1
    Renault R40
    AMX 38 (trials)

    Medium tanks
    Somua S-35
    Char D2

    Heavy tanks
    Char B1
    FCM 2C

    Tank destroyers
    Laffly W15 TCC
    AMR 35 Renault ZT2
    AMR 35 Renault ZT3
    Somua S-40


    Russia(USSR)


    Light tanks
    T-26
    T-50
    T-60
    T-70
    T-80
    BT-7

    Medium tanks
    T-28
    T-34
    T-34-76
    T-34-85
    T-44

    Heavy tanks
    T-35
    SMK (experimental)
    KV-1
    KV-1S
    KV-85
    KV-2
    IS-2
    IS-3

    Teletanks (remotely controlled tanks)
    T-18
    T-26
    T-38
    BT-5
    BT-7

    Self-propelled guns
    ZiS-30
    SU-5
    SU-14 super heavy SPG
    SU-76
    ZSU-37
    SU-85 tank destroyer
    SU-100 tank destroyer
    SU-122 self-propelled howitzer
    SU-152
    ISU-122/ISU-152
    SU-26
    Object 704 tank destroyer
    ISU-152 tank destroyer


    United States

    Light tanks
    Light Tank M2
    M2A1
    M2A2
    M2A3
    M2A4
    Light Tank M3/M5
    Light Tank M22
    Light Tank M24

    Medium tanks
    Medium Tank M3
    Medium Tank M4
    Medium Tank M2

    Heavy tanks
    M26 Pershing
    M6 heavy tank
    T29 Heavy Tank
    T30 Heavy Tank

    Tank destroyers[edit]
    M3 Gun Motor Carriage
    M6 Gun Motor Carriage
    M10 tank destroyer a.k.a. M10 Wolverine
    M18 Hellcat (2,507)
    M36 tank destroyer a.k.a. M36 Jackson

    Self-propelled guns
    M4 Mortar Carrier 81 mm
    M7 Priest 105 mm
    M8 Howitzer Motor Carriage
    M10 Wolverine
    M12 Gun Motor Carriage
    M18 Hellcat 76 mm
    M36 Jackson 90 mm
    M40 GMC 155 mm


    United Kingdom

    Light tanks
    Tank, Light, Mk.II
    Tank, Light, Mk.III
    Tank, Light, Mk.IV
    Tank, Light, Mk.V
    Tank, Light, Mk.VI
    Tank, Light, Mk. VII Tetrarch
    Tank, Light, Mk. VIII Harry Hopkins (A25)
    Vickers 6 Ton Type B

    Medium tanks
    Tank, Medium, Mk.II
    Sherman Firefly modification of M4 Sherman.
    General Grant US M3 Medium built to UK specification bought from the Americans
    M4 Sherman
    Heavy tanks
    Tank, Heavy, TOG I
    Tank, Heavy, TOG II
    Tank, Heavy Assault,
    Tank, Heavy Assault, Tortoise
    Tank, Infantry, Churchill (A22)

    Cruiser tanks
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk.I (A9)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk. II (A10)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk. III (A13)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk. IV (A13 Mk.II)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk.V, Covenanter (A13 Mk.III)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk.VI, Crusader (A15)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk.VII, Cavalier (A24)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk.VIII, Centaur (A27L)
    Tank, Cruiser, Mk.VIII, Cromwell (A27M)
    Tank, Cruiser, Challenger (A30)
    Tank, Cruiser, Comet I (A34) (United Kingdom)
    Tank, Cruiser, Centurion I (A41)

    Infantry tanks
    Tank, Infantry, Mk.I, Matilda I
    Tank, Infantry, Tank Mk.II, Matilda II (A12)
    Tank, Infantry, Mk.III, Valentine
    Tank, Infantry, Mk.IV, Churchill
    Tank, Infantry, Valiant (A38)
    Tank, Infantry, Black Prince (A43)

    Self-propelled guns
    Carrier, Valentine, 25pdr gun Mk.I, Bishop
    AEC Mk I Gun Carrier
    25pdr SP, tracked, Sexton
    SP 17pdr, Valentine, Mk.I, Archer
    SP 17pdr, A30 Avenger
    17pdr SP Achilles



    Nazi Germany


    Light tanks
    Panzer I
    Panzer II
    Panzer 35t

    Medium tanks
    Panzer 38t
    Panzer III
    Panzer IV
    Panzer V "Panther"

    Heavy tanks
    Tiger I (1,355)
    Tiger II a.k.a. "King Tiger" or "Royal Tiger"
    Panzer VIII Maus
    Panzer E-100

    Tank destroyers
    Panzerjäger I
    SdKfz 132 Marder I
    SdKfz 131 Marder II
    SdKfz 138 Marder III
    SdKfz 138/2 Jagdpanzer 38(t) "Hetzer"
    SdKfz 162 Jagdpanzer IV
    SdKfz 164 Nashorn
    SdKfz 173 Jagdpanzer V "Jagdpanther"
    SdKfz 184 Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Elefant
    SdKfz 186 Jagdpanzer VI "Jagdtiger"

    Self-propelled artillery
    SdKfz 165 Hummel
    SdKfz 138/1 Grille I/II
    SdKfz 124 Wespe
    SdKfz 4/1 15 cm Panzerwerfer 42 auf Selbstfahrlafette "Maultier"


    Japan


    Light tanks
    Type 92
    Type 95 Ha-Go
    Type 98 Ke-Ni
    Type 5 Ke-Ho

    Medium tanks
    Type 87 Chi-I
    Type 89 Chi-Ro
    Type 97 Chi-Ha
    Type 1 Chi-He
    Type 3 Chi-Nu
    Type 4 Chi-To
    Type 5 Chi-Ri

    Heavy tanks
    Type 95 Heavy Tank
    Type 2 Ka-Mi
    Type 3 Ka-Chi
    Type 5 To-Ku

    Self-propelled guns
    Type 1 75 mm SPH Ho-Ni I
    Type 1 105 mm SPH Ho-Ni II
    Type 3 Gun Tank Ho-Ni III
    Type 4 150 mm SPH Ho-Ro


    Italy


    Light tanks
    Fiat 3000
    Carro Armato L6/40

    Medium tank
    Carro Armato M11/39
    Carro Armato M13/40
    Carro Armato M14/41
    Carro Armato M15/42
    Carro Armato Celere Sahariano M16/43

    Heavy tanks
    Carro Pesante P26/40
    Tank destroyers[edit]
    Semovente M40 47/32
    Semovente M41 90/53

    Self-propelled guns
    Semovente 47/32
    Semovente M41 75/18
    Semovente 75/34
    Semovente M41M 90/53
    Semovente M42L 105/25



    And Beyond...







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    As Always Thank You!
    Last edited by Armynia; 02-13-2016, 03:58 AM.
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    Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

    World War I



    France
    Schneider CA1
    Saint-Chamond
    Renault FT
    FCM 1A
    Char 2C

    ______________________________
    Schneider CA1 (1916-1918)







    Weight: 13.6 tonnes
    Length: 6.32 m (20 ft 9 in)
    Width 2.05 m (6 ft 9 in)
    Height: 2.30 m (7 ft 7 in)
    Crew: 6
    Armor: 11 mm + 5.5 mm spaced
    Main armament: 75mm Blockhaus Schneider
    Secondary armament: 2×8 mm Hotchkiss M1914 machine guns

    Engine: Schneider 4-cylinder petrol 60 hp (45 kW)
    Power/weight:4 hp/tonne
    Suspension: Coil spring
    Operational: range 30/80 km
    Speed 8.1 km/h (5.0 mph)
    Last edited by Armynia; 01-29-2016, 05:57 AM.
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      Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

      I believe all French tanks have a built in mechanism which shifts gears into reverse and goes backwards as fast as possible at the first sign of hostilities.
      Hayastan or Bust.

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        Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

        France, Saint-Chamond (1916)







        Weight: 23 tonnes
        Length: 8.9 m
        Width: 2.7 m
        Height: 2.4 m
        Crew: 8 (commander-driver, gunner-loader, assistant gunner, four machine gunners, mechanic)
        Armor: 11–198 mm

        Main armament: 75 mm gun
        Secondary armament: four 8 mm Hotchkiss M1914 machine guns
        Engine: 4-cylinder Panhard-Levassor (petrol)
        90 hp (70 kW), Crochat-Colardeau electric transmission
        Power/weight4 hp/tonne
        Suspension: coil spring
        Speed: 12 km/h
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          Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

          France, Renault FT (1916)







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            Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

            France, FCM 1A (1916)


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              Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

              France, Char 2C (1917)





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                Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

                World War I



                Germany
                A7V
                Beutepanzers
                Mark IV
                Mark A Whippet
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                Germany, A7V (1916)








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                  Re: Armored Vehicles: Tank Design Since 1916 and Present

                  German, Beutepanzer Mark IV (1916)


                  Captured British tank Mark IV



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                    Germany, Mark A Whippet (1916)


                    Captured British Tank



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