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Russian MBV-2 train
"...Having much more trains at its disposal than their foes, the Russians also developed more variants of the war trains. The biggest, meanest and most dangerous of them all was the MBV-2. It came equipped with T-28 turrets and F-34 76 mm guns taken from the T-34 tank. The main threat for the Russian trains however came from the sky, so the Red Army had to come with ways of making the trains formidable weapons against the Stukas. By 1942, almost all armored trains included two P..." Continue Reading →
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