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Russian T/34 (T-34 Medium Tank) [STT Preliminary Report No. 20]

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Russian T/34
Preliminary Report No. 20
School of Tank Technology (STT)
Another detailed analysis of a foreign vehicle, the Russian T-34 medium tank, supplied by the Russian government.
Similar thorough coverage as in #L72.
This report was published in November 1943 by the School of Tank Technology, Egham, Great Britain.
Military Reference Library #L87
  • Available as a PDF file (18 MB) from Merriam Press
  • High quality scan of every page of the original work
  • Not available for downloading
  • Will be shipped by mail on a CDR disc
    • Shipment by first class mail to U.S. customers and airmail to foreign customers
    • PDF files on CDR discs are sent separately from printed books
    • No extra charge for shipping CDRs but the regular small order/shipping charges apply
  • 48 pages
  • 17 photos
  • 29 drawings
  • 1 four-view plan drawing

Product Reviews

(1 Rating, 1 Review) Average Rating:
nice find
Justin Bittick (Cottonwood, AZ) 9/5/2009 1:38 AM
This report is on a single, fully loaded T-34-76 delivered to England in November 1943 by the Russians. The manual had been sent ahead and translated before the tank arrived (the manual is not included, which is a shame). This is a visual inspection of the tank itself as well as the ammunition. Performance was to be done at a later date (hopefully, someone will find and offer a copy of that report as well). Armor hardness was tested (the "Poldi" Brinell test was used which is less reliable than the standard Brinell method). The tank was measured inside and out. The only component of the tank disassembled was the engine and there are comments on its design and construction. Without actual operation of the tank, comments are limited but of interest. I was quite pleased with this product.