i cant believe that german tank is heavier than the american one. The american one looks huge. You could probably land a plane on that thing
The Maus (haha Mouse in English,love that) had 200mm armor at least on all sides, I am sure there wasnt anything heavier than that beasat of a tank...if only it saw action, I would loved to have seen some footage of it taking on some russian tanks in the streets of berlin in the final days of the war.
if you standt beside a maus you will look like a dwarf:
Did someone model Maus already? :)
Originally posted by General FUp Did someone model Maus already? :)
I don't know about model, but i have blueprints. Lots of blueprints :frog:
Originally posted by Taranov I don't know about model, but i have blueprints. Lots of blueprints :frog:
Ooh! Now I'm surprised :D
Prototype and never used in War:
Panzer VIII "Maus" GER T95 (1 Tank lost in a Test lol ) US Tortoise UK T-34/100 UDSSR
Biggest Tanks used in War:
IS-III UDSSR <- best Tank for a long Time Panzer VI B "Königstiger" GER Comet UK Heavy M26 "Pershing" US
Italy Tanks are not realy Tanks, more a joke. and Japan Tanks...10-33 mm armor lol
@ Hades : Were Chi-Nu's widely used? If yes, then we can put them in FH:)
Originally posted by Omni Were Chi-Nu's widely used? If yes, then we can put them in FH:)
Only 60 vehicles. Not used in combat.
see this page: http://www.panzerlexikon.de/
German Page, but all Tanks of WW2 are here.
P1500 <- thats a realy big tank. 1500t 80cm Dora Gun. :D