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Russian armored train and tanks
"... The skill the Poles had in using the trains and the capabilities of the machines caught the eye of the German army. For Operation Barbarossa, the army created six trains, with each of the three army groups, Army Group North, Center and South, to receive two. Unlike the Poles though, the Germans assigned offensive roles to their trains. They were asked to capture rail bridges in advance of the main forces. Slowly, their usefulness created the need to bui..." Continue Reading →
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