Wwii vehicles

Explore the legendary WWII vehicles that played a crucial role in the battles. Learn about the history and features of these iconic vehicles and immerse yourself in the stories of bravery and innovation.
Axis Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War II: Sd.Kfz. 251 (Sonderkraftfahrzeug 251) I War, Auto, Wwii Vehicles, Armored Vehicles, Ww2 Tanks, War Machine, Wwii, Armored Fighting Vehicle, German Army

The SdKfz 251/20 was known as 'Uhu' (owl) and carried an infra-red searchlight to illuminate targets for small groups of Panther tanks at night. These variants were produced late in the war. The SdKfz 251 stands with the Panzer IV at the focal point of Wehrmacht armor. Its only rival for “best of its kind” was its US army counterpart. It was a bit of a military afterthought. German infantry had regularly ridden trucks to the combat zone during maneuvers since the Reichswehr years. In the…

Allied Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War II: The American halftrack Part II Trucks, Armoured Personnel Carrier, Military Weapons, Armored Fighting Vehicle, Self Propelled Artillery, Ww2 Tanks, Armored Vehicles, Army Vehicles, War Machine

World War II half-track use In America, 43,000 Half-Tracks were produced by three primary manufacturers; the largest being the White Motor Company, the original designer, with a total of 15,414 accepted by the War Department. The other manufactures, Auto Car built 12,168 and Diamond T a further 12,421. These designs were produced under license in Canada, and were widely supplied under the Lend Lease program, with 5,000 supplied to the USSR alone. The fourth manufacturer of American-made…

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