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Armored train and support vehicle
"... In Germany's case, the attrition war fought at Verdun was the biggest enemy. This is why they came with the exact opposite: fast moving tank armies, which would rip through the enemy's defenses, capture major objectives and then wait for the infantry to clean what they've left behind before moving on. In such a war, the mobility of the infantry was also essential. Although Germany's Wermacht had plenty of trucks and other means of tran..." Continue Reading →
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