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?The '''T-150''' is a [[USSR|Soviet]] tier 6 [[Heavy Tanks|heavy tank]]. Despite its name, the T-150 is an upgraded [[KV-1]]. It has the same chassis and turret, with some notable improvements. Additional armor has been added to the hull, a considerably more powerful engine is available, and perhaps most importantly, it can mount the 107 mm ZiS-6 gun.+The '''T-150''' is a [[USSR|Soviet]] tier 6 [[Heavy Tanks|heavy tank]]. Despite its name, the T-150 is an upgraded [[KV-1]]. It has the same chassis and turret, with some notable improvements. Additional armor has been added to the hull, a considerably more powerful engine is available, and perhaps most importantly, it can mount the 107 mm ZiS-6 gun. The tank can in fact be frustrating at first, but stick with it, and the improvement of the tank will be extremely noticeable.
  
 :The T-150 leads to the [[KV-3]]. :The T-150 leads to the [[KV-3]].

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The T-150 is a Soviet tier 6 heavy tank. Despite its name, the T-150 is an upgraded KV-1. It has the same chassis and turret, with some notable improvements. Additional armor has been added to the hull, a considerably more powerful engine is available, and perhaps most importantly, it can mount the 107 mm ZiS-6 gun. The tank can in fact be frustrating at first, but stick with it, and the improvement of the tank will be extremely noticeable.

The T-150 leads to the KV-3.

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Historical Info

It is on a modified KV-1 satellite for gun F-32. He had an enlarged frontal armor blunder to 90 (KV-1 had 75 mm), adjustments to the Tower (command tower) and another a few minor adjustments. The project was, in front of attack on the Soviet Union of the National Association of Commissioners of the USSR and the Central Committee, who was on the new specifications KVťažkého tank.

In the regulation has commissioned the production of prototypes sat enlarged thick armor and cannon Gradually the exchange equipment. Work together with T-150 was carried out development and construction of prototype competition KV-220. Machine weight 50 tons reached and powered him and sat -2 modified engine output increased to 700 horses. The prototype was ready for it were not to test in 1/1941. On tests that took place between 15.1-14.2.1941 prototype traveled 199 km resulted overheating engine, and oil. The prototype was therefore sent on modifications to the factory No. 75 Charkovein. In the plans to the mass production version of this was anticipated, that machine will be bear the marking of a KV-3. Well, the situation has developed. After receiving new information on planned new German tanks and captured French tanks included Char B-1 (with a strong 60 mm shell) to the specifications to the status Panzerwaffe had new heavy tanks and therefore the mass production of tanks in the form of a prototype T -150 did not accede.

Older information claimed that the prototype of the T-150 was the work together with the KV in Chelyabinskodoslaný in prototypes, but there are the available documents, it would be confirmed. On the contrary, there are documents that say so, that the prototype was assigned one Leningradjednotke the defensive. The prototype of T-150 was assigned to 11.10.1941 123 Tank Brigade. In it he participated in a number of the battle, and later was most likely damaged, or the next destiny is unknown.



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UK V Churchill I  • V Excelsior Gold  • VI Churchill VII  • VI TOG II* Gold  • VII Black Prince  • VII FV201 (A45) Gold  • VIII Caernarvon  • VIII Caernarvon Action X Gold  • IX Conqueror  • X FV215b Gold  • X Super Conqueror  • X T95/FV4201 Chieftain Gold
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France IV B1  • V BDR G1 B  • VI ARL 44  • VII AMX M4 mle. 45  • VIII AMX 50 100  • VIII AMX M4 mle. 49 Gold  • VIII AMX M4 mle. 49 Liberté Gold  • VIII AMX 65 t  • VIII Somua SM Gold  • VIII FCM 50 t Gold  • IX AMX 50 120  • IX AMX M4 mle. 51  • X AMX 50 B  • X AMX M4 mle. 54
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Czechoslovakia
Sweden VIII Emil I  • VIII EMIL 1951 Gold  • IX Emil II  • X Kranvagn
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