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    Pretty difficult to execute you, when you are in a tiger, though
    The KWK 36 shouldn't be expected to penetrate the front of the IS on a range of more than 500 metres imho, so RUN LIKE A BUNNY.
    If I may use the Jagdtiger with the KWK 43, 2-3 IS would go down on ranges beyond 1500 metres, before RUNNING LIKE A BUNNY
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    Excellent remarks, honorable Mr. Drake. However, we do not know the exact orientation of the frontal armor plates of our mighty opponents, and I suppose that we are positioned with firm intention to stop the advance of our opponents.

    Therefore knowing ballistic capabilities of my KwK 36, as well as all those protective armor covering characteristics of my Soviet opponents, and bearing in mind the fact that I have only PzGr 39 in my ammunition storage, I think that variant D, "Hold you fire until the 800 meters" is the best solution in this case.

    Of course, my driver will be obliged to change our static-firing position after the third shot of our main gun, and our colleagues will provide covering fire for us from their locations while we are executing our maneuvering.
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    Clap. Clap clap (those are aplausses) Librarian could no be more correct.
    Next question:Wich tank was named after a deceased party officer in the USSR ?

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    Kliment Voroshilov 1?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drake View Post
    Kliment Voroshilov 1?
    Died December 1969, so probably not...

    Best guess is the IS-10, brought out in 1952 and renamed the T-10 after Stalin's death in 1953. It's a bit of a weak guess though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    Depends on what's behind you. The Germans had a nasty habit towards the end of the war of executing any of their own troops found moving backwards without clear orders to do so.
    Not to hijack this quiz but, since I am being attacked, by a far superior force(in numbers) they know my situation, and I dont know their's. if there is sufficient space between us yet, it is appropriate to leave the scene, and maneuver to take away their advantage. Then, it may be possible to attack them,from a good position, and attrit their numbers a couple at a time, till they disengage, or I can call for assistance (if there is any available.) The scenario didnt hint of any other tanks with me.
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    Wich tank was named after a deceased party officer in the USSR ?
    I think that aforesaid vehicle is so called Heavy land-cruiser Tank - SMK, named after [b]Sergei Mironovich Kirov (Серге́й Миро́нович Ки́ров)]/b], Soviet leader who played a prominent role in the 1918–20 civil war. A member of the Communist party Politburo from 1930, he was secretary of the party at Leningrad when he was assassinated, probably by Stalin's order. However, Stalin used Kirov's murder to institute the internal "party purge" and the treason trials of the late 1930s.

    Indeed excellent story about this extraordinary vehicle is located here:

    http://armor.kiev.ua/Tanks/BeforeWWII/SMK/
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    Hehe, very good it was the SMK indeed.

    Next, which type of antiarmor weapon is this ?

    http://img361.imageshack.us/img361/2539/imagen9uy.jpg

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    It looks to me like the good old Mauser T-Gewehr M 1918.

    http://forum.valka.cz/download.php/i...c84c3d0846345f

    BTW: Are those personalities, presented on that old photo, members of the Guardia Civil?
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    I would guess that too,, tho the pic is pretty bad (on my screen)

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    i guess so, i not the anti tank gun kind of guy


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    BTW: Are those personalities, presented on that old photo, members of the Guardia Civil?
    Indeed, that ridiculous hat is like noything else in the world.
    Those are Mauser T-Gewehrs captured by the Guardia Civil (spanish civilian police) in 1934.

    Your point number 4 if I am not wrong.

    would guess that too,, tho the pic is pretty bad (on my screen)
    The photo is bad from the source too.

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    British Valentine infantry tank, presumably Mk II variant.

    http://mailer.fsu.edu/~akirk/tanks/G...lentineMk2.jpg
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    Yea, that was a easy one, Five killmarks for Librarian.

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