Т-34/76 (late 1943 production)

WWII Soviet Medium Tank

Item number
35366
Scale
1:35
Date
15.01.2017
Time period
WW2
Markings
T-34, 24th Tank Regiment, 46th Mechanized Brigade, Byelorussia, July 1944.
Markings
T-34, 18th Guards Tank Brigade, 3d Guards Tank Corps, Byelorussia, July 1944.
Markings
T-34, Sevastopol, May 1944.
Markings
T-34, Summer 1944.
Markings
T-34, 4th Guards Mechanized Corps, Romania, August 1944.
Markings
T-34, 10th Guards Ural Tank Corps, Ukraine, Summer 1944
Model size (length x height)
189 x 75 mm
Box size
294 x 230 x 58 mm
Number of details
192

The most numerous and famous tank in the world’s history was the Soviet T-34. It was designed in Design Bureau of Kharkov plant number 183 under the leadership of M.I. Koshkin.

It’s serial production was launched in 1940. It was the first mass-production medium tank with anti-projectile armour, powerful Diesel engine and 76,2 mm long-barreled gun. It was the world’s best tank up to the end of 1941.

The modification with the improved hexagonal cast turret, known as a “nut”, was in production since 1942. In spring 1943 the commander’s cupola was installed.

T-34 with 76,2 mm F-34 gun was the main Soviet medium tank up to the end of 1944 when it was replaced by the more powerful armed T-34-85. There were produced 35467 T-34/76 tanks in six plants in 1940-1944.

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Item number
35366
Scale
1:35
Date
15.01.2017
Time period
WW2
Markings
T-34, 24th Tank Regiment, 46th Mechanized Brigade, Byelorussia, July 1944.
Markings
T-34, 18th Guards Tank Brigade, 3d Guards Tank Corps, Byelorussia, July 1944.
Markings
T-34, Sevastopol, May 1944.
Markings
T-34, Summer 1944.
Markings
T-34, 4th Guards Mechanized Corps, Romania, August 1944.
Markings
T-34, 10th Guards Ural Tank Corps, Ukraine, Summer 1944
Model size (length x height)
189 x 75 mm
Box size
294 x 230 x 58 mm
Number of details
192
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