Reference Image T-34, KV, JS (IS) Tanks and SU/ISU SPGs

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KV-1B:-

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SU-76A
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The Bovvy SU76 Is badly shot up. The angle of the penetrations looks like it could have been strafe from UN air power. Anyone know the story behind that one's capture?
 

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Very interesting! Is that from a book???
Yes, but I'm bugger if I can remember where I nicked it from, I think it was a modelling "how to" ebook
 

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The Bovvy SU76 Is badly shot up. The angle of the penetrations looks like it could have been strafe from UN air power. Anyone know the story behind that one's capture?
The only info google comes up with, it that It was used by Communist forces during the Korean War where it was captured by the Allies in 1950 or 1951 depending on source
 
The Bovvy SU76 Is badly shot up. The angle of the penetrations looks like it could have been strafe from UN air power. Anyone know the story behind that one's capture?

The blurb on the website just says it was captured in 1950.
 

Daz

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@Halftrack the pic was from
Soviet T-34 Tank: An insight into the design, construction and operation (Haynes Manuals)
Amazon product
 

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no turret basket so every time the turret turns, the ready rounds move out of reach. Clever that. Same for panzer III too.
Plus the loader's tap-dancing around - and having to squirm his feet about as his deck is the lids of the ammo bins!
 

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