History of the 40/43M Zrínyi Assault Howitzer

The lessons learned from the ongoing war already proved the combat value of the self-propelled/assault artillery as early as 1941.


History of the Turán Medium and Heavy Tanks in World War II

The Hungarian Army made serious efforts to build up an independent, national war industry, which able to supply the Army with modern armaments and equipment during the war.


German Medium Tank Panzerkampfwagen III from Ausf. H to Ausf. N

In the mid-1930s German authorities intensified their efforts to find a way around the post-war limitations imposed on the country by the Treaty of Versailles.

Challenger 2

The introduction into British army service of the Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank (MBT) was originally intended to take a mere eighteen months from design to production, but in the event, it took something closer to ten years.

The Leopard 1 And Leopard 2

This is a brief discussion of the iconic Leopard 1 and Leopard 2 tank families, touching on some of its best-known members.

T-55A

T-55A is a member of large family of Soviet post-war tanks – the first link in the chain was T-44 and the latest – T-62. All shared the hull’s layout and engine but differed in the shape of the turret and main armament.


Historia czołgów Turán

Armia węgierska czyniła usilne starania, aby zbudować samodzielny krajowy przemysł zbrojeniowy, który byłby w stanie dostarczyć wojsku nowoczesne uzbrojenie i sprzęt przed wybuchem ewentualnego konfliktu.

Operational History of the Hungarian Armoured Troops in World War II

In 1938, concurrently with German territorial demands, Hungary forwarded her claims for the return of her lost territories.

Panzer II & Luchs

In the first part of the 30s in the 20th century, the new chapter of the German history has opened – of the Germany that was facing more than only an economical crysis.

T-34/85

The appearance of German PzKpfw V ‘Panther’, PzKpfw VI ‘Tiger’ and PzKpfw IV fitted with a long barrelled 75 mm cannon on the battlefields of the eastern front posed quite a challenge for the designers of the Russian T-34 medium tank.