Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by colosseum, Jun 1, 2004.
but turret is exactly like MS 1 ( T 18 )
I guess Russian - the top one looks very much like their first attempt at tank-making (based heavily on the FT-17)
Hello, a little help it is a French prototype.
Here is the answer, it is about a " Char de Franchissement FCM" 1926/27, Tank of clearing FCM, in fact an amphibian on caterpillars, on this photo it carries a tank Renault NC 2.
This machine tested during years 1926/27 showed itself unfit for military service because of its insufficient speed in the water and on ground) and because of its lack of capacities on banks.
what tank is it?
Do you know what it is yet?
an isrealic tank after the palestinians had done their job??
seeing the vegatation and the desert i thought that the pic was taken in israel
T-55, possibly in Africa?
round turret, 100 rifled barrel and space between the 1st and second road wheels, indicate a T54/55. my guess is T 55.
JCalhoun's turn then.
Nice to see you back GP
Cool, I finally got something right!
I can't think of anything so I'll let somebody else have a try.
Oh , you can come up with something ! , if not can I have a try ?
CSP, you certainly can have my turn. Make it a good one!
Since there has been no action...
Aside from the Sherman varient, What other WW2 AFV had the name 'Firefly'?
Don't have a clue rickky...maybe you have :wink:
Well, it was never actually mass-produced. I'm not sure if it even entered service...
Oh, I give in.
The British built a 'Firefly' that was basically a 6pdr mounted on an armoured lorry chassis. I'll scan & post a picture if I remember.
Next question anybody?
What tank is being discussed?
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