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Swiss Tanks – Part 2 (Tank Destroyers) | For the Record

Swiss Tanks – Part 2 (Tank Destroyers) | For the Record

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 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.

T34 & Tiger tank - interesting side by side, the Russian tank was better designed and shocked the Germans

T34 & Tiger tank - interesting side by side, the Russian tank was better designed and shocked the Germans

The Awesome WW2 Churchill – The British Heavy Infantry Tank (Watch) | NoLimit zone

The Awesome WW2 Churchill – The British Heavy Infantry Tank (Watch) | NoLimit zone

m4-shermayne: “T-92 240 mm self-propelled howitzer developed by the U.S. in WWII…

m4-shermayne: “T-92 240 mm self-propelled howitzer developed by the U.S. in WWII…

M36 Jackson tank destroyer. Nicknamed "TD's" by the Americans and the "Jackson" by the British, it was mounted on a Sherman chassis and was the only American armoured vehicle to mount a 90mm gun comparable to the German 88mm gun.

M36 Jackson tank destroyer. Nicknamed "TD's" by the Americans and the "Jackson" by the British, it was mounted on a Sherman chassis and was the only American armoured vehicle to mount a 90mm gun comparable to the German 88mm gun.

A Matilda II tank of the 7th Royal Tank Regiment in the Western Desert, 19 December 1940.

A Matilda II tank of the 7th Royal Tank Regiment in the Western Desert, 19 December 1940.

Pz.IV.Ausf.H - 9./SS Pz.Regt.3/3.SS Pz.Div. 'Totenkopf' - Modlin, Masovia, Poland - 15/8/44

Pz.IV.Ausf.H - 9./SS Pz.Regt.3/3.SS Pz.Div. 'Totenkopf' - Modlin, Masovia, Poland - 15/8/44

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