Post news RSS Crash Course - Tanks; Overmatching and why some tanks armour just didn't work

The second post in our series about tanks. Today about overmatching.

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Now for the real topic of this news post. It's a week late, but I finally did write the second post of my short series: Crash Course - Tanks. Todays topic is overmatching, a little know phenomenon, which helps explain a lot of the issues tankers and designers had in the second world war.
If you are not totally allergic against mathematics, I really recommend reading it. It makes discussions so much more believable (mainly because it partially explains why the germans had so much problems with early soviet tanks).
Here is the link to the post

Sincerely
Ruhrpottpatriot

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Warblood
Warblood - - 110 comments

Interesting article Ruhr, thanks.

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