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V.Metalic Oct 11 2012 says:

The smaller turrets with 45mm guns looks very similar, or identical, to T-26's turret, and the machine gun turrets are the same used by T-28 and early versions of T-26 (Model 1931).

One surviving tank can be found in Kubinka Tank Museum.

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L()KI Dec 12 2012 says:

Man I hate this tank. I mean the real one not your model, it is good. :)

So big for no reason lol and dam its so ugly lol. Always had to use them early on in most WW2 games when you pick the Ruskies.

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Ilves Jun 30 2013 replied:

it was supposed to be an infantry support tank - like modern day Russian BMPT :D Who knows, I am pretty sure that because of urban warfare multi-turreted tanks may get a sudden revival (though, not in such a size)

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The five-turreted heavy tank T-35 was developed since the end of 20's of 19th century and entering service in 1933 considered by Soviet high command as "pride of the Red Army". However, the tank was very defective and insufficiently armored. When Operation Barbarossa started, ninety percent of 61 produced vehicles were lost because of malfunction or crew abandoning and destroying them.

T-35 was heavy tank with largest number of turrets to ever enter service. The armament was in main turret (same as in T-28) 76mm, in smaller turrets 45mm guns and two machine gun turrets, along with three more machine guns in the larger turrets. The armor protection, crude design and heavy weight, T-35 was easy target and not adequate for combat.

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