Tank Panzer VI Ausf. B Tiger II or Königstiger was the last German tank produced in series of World War II. The tank also was the hardest (via 69 tons) and the strongest. He was armed with a powerful Cannon KwK 43 L71 88 mm. use of caliber for a total of four types of ammunition.
German "Elefant" tank destroyers on the assembly line. These were a Schwerer Panzerjäger ("heavy tank-hunter") of the Wehrmacht during World War II, built in small numbers in 1943 under the name "Ferdinand" after its designer, Ferdinand Porsche, using tank hulls that had been produced for the Tiger I tank requirement, but which were rejected in favor of the competing Henschel design.
The Tank, Infantry, Mk IV (A22) was a heavy British infantry tank used in the Second World War, best known for its heavy armour, large longitudinal chassis with all-around tracks with multiple bogies, and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. It was one of the heaviest Allied tanks of the war.
Pershing tank - American heavy tank. This American heavy tank didn't see combat until late in the war, February 1945, where it was introduced in the European Theater. Development was slowed in 1942 because the Sherman tank was evaluated in combat against German Panzer tanks and found to be sufficient.
Tank, Cruiser, Mk VIII, Cromwell (A27M),[nb 1] and the related Centaur (A27L) tank, were one of the most successful series of cruiser tanks fielded by Britain in the Second World War. The Cromwell tank, named after the English Civil War leader Oliver Cromwell, was the first tank put into service by the British to combine a dual-purpose gun, high speed from the powerful and reliable Meteor engine, and reasonable armour, all in one balanced package. Its design formed the basis of the Comet…
Inside a Jagdpanzer (JgPz), a German anti-tank variant of an existing tank chassis with a well-armored superstructure mounting an anti-tank gun with limited traverse in the front, and usually classed by the western Allies of World War II as a tank destroyer.
The Nashorn was a German dedicated tank destroyer in World War 2. It was a slow and heavy tank with an open top and could only carry 40 rounds but its advanced 88mm gun could destroy enemy tanks at great distance. It holds the record for distance, destroying a Russian tank at 4600 meters. Only 473 were made but they were devastating in the hands of trained crews.
The Medium Tank M3 was an American tank used during World War II. In Britain the tank was called by two names based on the turret configuration. Tanks employing US pattern turrets were called the “General Lee”, named after Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Variants using British pattern turrets were known as “General Grant”, named after U.S. General Ulysses S. Grant. #tank #ww2