World War 2 Soviet Anti-Tank Guns (1939-1945) - Towed Tank-Killers of the Red Army in the Second World War
Modernization of Soviet anti-tank capabilities during the 1930s helped to stave off elimination at the hands of the Germans in the 1940s.There are a total of 16 World War 2 Soviet Anti-Tank Guns (1939-1945) - Towed Tank-Killers of the Red Army in the Second World War in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator.
A serviceable Anti-Tank weapon at the start of World War 2, the Austrian Bohler 47mm gun found renewed life as a cl...
The Soviet Army used a slightly modified version of the German 37mm anti-tank gun to produce their 45mm of World Wa...
The Model 1942 was an improved, longer-barrel form of the original 45mm Model 1937 for the Soviet Army....
The 76mm M1939 field gun was a Red Army stalwart from 1939 onwards until replaced by the ZiS-3 series....
The 85mm Model 1939 was nothing more than an enlarged version of the existing 76.2mm M1938 system....
The 85mm M1944 air defense gun replaced the similar M1939 system for the Red Army during World War 2....
The 47mm M35 anti-tank gun served with Italian infantry and paratrooper units during the fighting of World War 2....
Despite over 15,000 M1 57mm AT guns produced, the U.S. military quickly retired the line following the close of Wor...
Born from a Soviet naval gun, the Model of 1944 developed into a dual-role artillery field and anti-tank gun....
The British QF-6 pounder anti-tank gun saw service throughout World War 2 and several decades into the Cold War....
When the PaK 37 failed to impress, the weapon was given a longer barrel and became the PaK 38....
For the seoncd half of the war, the PaK 40 was the most-deployed anti-tank gun of the German Army....
The ZiS-2 anti-tank gun was used in great numbers by the Red Army throughout the latter half of World War 2....