Specifications for the
Country of Origin: Soviet Union
Manufacturer: State Factories - Soviet Union / Poland / Czechoslovakia / China
Initial Year of Service: 1940
Production Total: 84,070
Focus Model: T-34/76
Overall Length: 19.42 ft (5.92 m)
Width: 9.84 ft (3.00 m)
Height: 8.01 ft (2.44 m)
Weight: 30.9 US Short Tons (28,000 kg; 61,729 lb)
Powerplant: 1 x Model V-2-34 12-cylinder diesel engine developing 500 horsepower.
Maximum Speed: 32 mph (51.5 km/h)
Maximum Range: 188 miles (302 km)
NBC Protection: None
Nightvision: Driver only (post-war)
1 x 76.2mm L-11 / F-34 main gun
1 x 7.62mm DT MG machine gun in coaxial mount
1 x 7.62mm FT machine gun in hull bow
1 x 85mm D-5T / ZiS-S-53 main gun
1 x 7.62mm DT MG machine gun in coaxial mount
1 x 7.62mm DT machine gun in hull bow
77 x 76.2mm projectiles (T-34/76)
55 x 85mm projectiles (T-34/85)
2,394 x 7.62mm ammunition
T-34 Model 1940 (T-34-76A) - Initial production model appearing in 1940; fitted with L-1 76.2mm main gun; welded or cast turret construction; two-man turret; MT-17 gasoline engines; Christie-based suspension system.
T-34 Model 1941 (T-34-76B) - Appearing in 1941; cast or welded turrets; improved armor protection; F-34 76.2mm main gun.
T-34 Model 1941 (T-34-76C) - Appearing in 1942; improved armor protection; new wheel and track design; primarily cast turret construction; revised driver's hatch.
T-34 Model 1942 (T-34-76D) - Cast or pressed hexagonal turret
T-34 Model 1942 (T-34-76E) - Cast or pressed hexagonal turret; new commander's cupola.
T-34 Model 1942 (T-34-76F) - Forged turrets from Uralmash and Chelyabinsk factories
T-34/57 - Limited production T-34 fitted with ZiS-4 L/37 57mm anti-tank gun.
OT-34 - Flame projecting tank; bow-mounted machine gun replaced with flamethrower (ATO-41 or ATO-42 depending on model year).
T-34M - Prototype T-34; hexagonal three-man turret; increased armor protection; increased range; increased ammunition stowage; torsion bar suspension system; no large-scale production ordered.
T-34-85 Model 1943 - Appearing in 1944; fitted with 85mm D-5T main gun; enlarged three-man cast turret assembly; commander's cupola implemented on turret roof; pair of bulbous ventilator hatches seen on turret roof rear.
T-34-85 Model 1944 - Appearing in 1944; fitted with 85mm ZiS-S-53 main gun; radio set relocated from hull to turret; relocated commander's cupola further rearwards; new gun sight.
T-34-85 Model 1945 - Appearing in late 1944; larger commander's cupola; single-piece roof hatch; electrically-powered turret assembly; revised track fenders; self-generated electrically-induced smoke system.
T-34-85 Model 1946 - Appearing in 1946; fitted with improved Model V-2-34M series diesel engine; new road wheels introduced; subtle refinements throughout.
T-34-85 Model 1960 - Modernized T-34; fitted with Model V-2-3411 diesel engines; smoke dischargers; infrared headlamp; improved radio sets; new air cleaner and generator.
T-34-85 Model 1969 / T-34-85M - Modernized T-34; new radio sets; new road wheels; improved transmission systems; nightvision for driver; external fuel tank support; anti-ditching device under rear hull.
OT-34-85 - Flame projecting tank variant; bow-mounted machine gun replaced with ATO-42 flamethrower.
SU-85 - Tank Destroyer based on the chassis of the T-34; fitted with 85mm D-5T main gun.
SU-100 - Tank Destroyer based on the chassis of the T-34; fitted with 100mm D-10S main gun.
SU-122 - Self-Propelled Artillery System based on the chassis of the T-34; fitted with 122mm M-30S main gun.
PT-34 - Mine Roller
T-34-T / TT34 - Improvised Armored Recovery Vehicle
SPK-5 - Battlefield Engineering Vehicle sans turret of T-34; appearing in 1955
SPK-5 / SPK-10M - Electroc-hydraulically-powered crane
T-34-TO - Battlefield Maintenance Vehicle on the T-34 chassis
T-34-85CZ / T36 - Czechoslovakian license-production T-34-85
MT-34 - Czechoslovakian Bridgelayer
VT-34 - Czechoslovakian Armored Recovery Vehicle
T-100 / T-34-100 - Egyptian tank destroyer based on the T-34; fitted with 100mm BS-3 anti-tank gun.
T-122 / T-34-122 - Egyptian self-propelled gun based on the T-34; fitted with 122mm D-30 howitzer.
Flakpanzer T-34 - German Army designation of single T-34 example converted for use as a mobile flak gun fitting the 20mm FlaK 38 series weapon.
Type 58 - Chinese T-34-85 production model
Type 58(59) - Chinese T-34-85 with Type 59 tank sights
Type 58-I - Chinese improved Type 58 with revised commander's hatch; provision for heavy machine gun on turret roof.
Type 58-II - Chinese improved Type 58 with additional turret cupola; provision for 2 x heavy machine guns on turret roof.
Type 63 - Chinese self-propelled anti-aircraft gun based on the Type 58 tank; fitting 2 x 37mm Type 63 weapons.
T-34085M1 - Polish upgraded T-34-85; new road wheels
T-34-85M2 - Polish upgraded T-34-85; amphibious kit; additional onboard storage
CW-34 - Polish support vehicle
WPT-34 - Polish engineering vehicle
T-34/55 - Syrian modernized T-34-85; 1 x heavy machine gun at commander's cupola.
T-34/122 - Syrian Self-Propelled Howitzer; fitted with 122mm D-30 howitzer
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