Korea War Tanks (1950-1953) - The Steel Beasts of the Cold War Korean Conflict
Despite the arrival of jets during the Korean War, the conflict was still decided by tanks on the ground.There are a total of 13 Korea War Tanks (1950-1953) - The Steel Beasts of the Cold War Korean Conflict in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.
Undoubtedly one of the most successful tank designs of the immediate post-World War 2 world - the British Centurion...
About 800 conversion kits were produced by Britain, making the classic Churchill Infantry Tank a feared flame-proje...
The Cromwell was a major upgrade to previous Cruiser tank designs, finally giving British tank crews something on p...
Undoubtedly, the Churchill Infantry Tank proved to be the most important British tank of World War 2 and was produc...
The American M24 Chaffee Light Tank appeared during the latter stages of World War 2 and saw considerable service i...
The M26 Pershing was developed to counter the Panzer scourge in World War 2 but arrived too late in the war to be o...
The American M4 Sherman Medium Tank formed the backbone of the World War 2 Allied armored offensive and went on to ...
The American M41 Walker Bulldog Light Tank began production in 1950 and ended to the tune of some 3,728 examples pr...
The M46 Patton Medium Tank was a highly-modified World War 2-era M26 Pershing Heavy Tank....
The Sherman Firefly became one of the more important Sherman variants of World War 2 - the first to sport an effect...
No one tank affected the outcome of World War 2 as much as the Soviet T-34 Medium Tank series with over 80,000 prod...
The T-34/85 is nothing more than an up-gunned version of the base T-34 medium tank design of World War 2....