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Ah, the T-35. The proof that multi-turreted tanks did not work.
Oh, they could work. The major problems with that tank is in it's design. For the crew to enter or exit the tank the main turet had to be rotated at certain angle. Also because of been such a long tank with the same clearance as normal lenght tank played a bad joke as well. The thing is, this tank had way too many design flaws.
Nah, not exactly. If they were totally useless, so why germans used captured T-35s and T-28s? Germans and not anyone else! They definitely knew what they are doing. So maybe, with proper handling and operating, they were not that bad? Of course THOSE superheavy tanks were far from an ideal, but lets face it: nearly 90% of these tanks didn't even see the battle because they were killed not by germans but by technical breakdowns. Germans grabbed them, fixed and they served them well.
I am felling a little nostalgic,This was the third picture EVER posted in this group.
i think 3 tanks actually severed in ww2, but as panzert allready said, they where not very efficient
At least it wasn't as much of a bitter fail like the KV Behemoth. From the looks of it the T-35 seems to not have the ability to shoot itself. :P
KV?As in the Kliment Voroshilov tank or KV-1?How the hell you consider that tank as a fail?
He's probably referring to one of the failed super heavy tank designs designated under the KV name. Possible this, though it is fictional:
Yeah that's the one I was talking about, sorry if I wasn't clear.
Fail? :D But it's still a great joke!
yeah the KV limo.
Its too heavy,and not have much use in war.
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For the record,this one ain't photoshoped.