Tank

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A tank is a fully-tracked and armored combat vehicle (armored fighting vehicle), designed primarily to destroy enemy ground forces by direct fire. Tanks are grouped by the country that they belonged to when in active service not the country the photos were taken in.


See also / Glej tudi:

China/中国[edit]

Egypt / مصر / מצרים / Ägypten / Egipto / Αίγυπτος / Egito / Египет / Iegxihpt / Egipt / Mısır / मिस्र / 이집트 / エジプト /埃及[edit]

France / צרפת / فرنسا / Frankreich / Francia / Γαλλία / França / Франция / Frahnsixtlan / Frankrike / Francija / Fransa / फ्रांस / 프랑스 / フランス / 法国[edit]

See also: St Chamond tank, Renault FT-17, AMX-13, AMX-30, Leclerc

Germany[edit]

See also: Panzerkampfwagen_I, Panzerkampfwagen_II, Panzerkampfwagen_III, Panzerkampfwagen_IV, Panzerkampfwagen_V, Tiger I, Königstiger

India[edit]

Israel[edit]

See also: Magach tank, Merkava tank

Italy[edit]

Japan[edit]

See also: JGSDF Type 74 (MBT)

Jordan[edit]

Poland[edit]

Romania[edit]

Soviet Union and Russia[edit]

See also: BT tank, Iosef Stalin tank, KV tank, T-26, T-35, T-34, T-70, T-44, T-55, T-62, T-64, T-72, PT-76

Sweden[edit]

Syria[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]

See also: Mk A Whippet, Matilda II tank, Churchill tank, Black Prince tank, Crusader tank, Cromwell tank, Challenger A30 tank, Comet tank, Centurion tank, Challenger tank

United States[edit]

See also: M1918 tank, M2 Light tank, Stuart tank, M3 Lee, M4 Sherman, M26 Pershing, M41 Walker Bulldog, Patton tank, M1 Abrams

Yugoslavia[edit]

Illustrations[edit]