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chs94
chs94

Just Wonderful)

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willychong8921
willychong8921

Bring in as many Panzer IV variants as you possibly could, we need all the help we can get to the front!

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Blitzkriegrekrut
Blitzkriegrekrut

Panzer IV Ausf. J , the best tank in masses!

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onikenshin
onikenshin

Erm, Shermans actually :)

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TrippleSix
TrippleSix

but they werent the best:P

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Leepriest
Leepriest

The T34 laughs at you both.

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Cyb3r
Cyb3r

not really shermans were crap absolute death traps there's a reason they called em tommy cookers many allied lives could have been saved if the sherman was produced better what the sherman had over the Pz4 was sheer numbers

Back on topic : damn nice mate can't wait to see what you're going to put in next ^^

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CallOfDerp
CallOfDerp

Sherman happened to be the best tank in theatre when introduced, in Africa 1942, and was even with the German Pz.IV Ausf F2. However, the Sherman had a stablized main gun, so it had reasonable accuracy when shooting on the move. Also, PzIV's until the H variant were inferior-ly armored, compared to Shermans. The Panther also had a improved stabilizer based off tech from captured Shermans. The allies felt little need to make a new tank, as Sherman was very good already, just needed upgrades

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Sturminfantrist
Sturminfantrist

@CallOfDerp, plz take a bit time and look that:
Youtube.com
and
Youtube.com
after u have seen that plz tell me in which tank would you rather go into battle ? In a Sherman or in a Tiger or Panther or Pz4 H/J ;).

Hope the links work!

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Caselius
Caselius

I'd choose Sherman, a British Firefly though!

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AfeefZabir
AfeefZabir

breathtaking!

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Panzer IV Ausf. H (Left) - stopped production in May 1944, but still in service in normandy, italy and market garden.
Panzer IV Ausf. J (right)- Panzer IV ausf J removes the electrical system of the turret rotation, making rotate slower but is much cheaper. (german front 1945)

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