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 * [https://imgur.com/ee19guX MB-3 Tamoyo I] * [https://imgur.com/ee19guX MB-3 Tamoyo I]
 * [https://imgur.com/zBhPWYw MB-3 Tamoyo III] * [https://imgur.com/zBhPWYw MB-3 Tamoyo III]
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 +==Tanks of Chile==
 +===Light Tanks===
 +* [https://i.redd.it/o68u00i60b4z.jpg M24 Chaffee with IMI/OTO-Melara 60 mm HVMS non-autoloader]
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 +===Medium Tanks===
 +* [//www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/coldwar-chile-m-60-sherman-hvms/ Sherman M-50 with IMI/OTO-Melara 60 mm HVMS autoloader]
  
 ==Tanks of Cuba== ==Tanks of Cuba==

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Contents

Tanks of USA

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAG

SPGs

Tanks of USSR

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAG

SPGs

Tanks of Germany

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of France

In France, between 1930 and 1933 is defined the different classes of armored combat which will remain valid until the armistice of June 22, 1940. During all this period, it is necessary to differentiate the Infantry (also called 1st direction), the Cavalry (2nd direction) and the Artillery being the 3rd direction.


Regarding the infantry, we differentiate 3 classes of armored fighting:

- The "char lourd" (heavy tank)", renamed "char d'attaque des fortifications"(fortification attack tank) in September 1939 and "char de forteresse"(fortress tank) in December 1939.

the weight is about more than 45 tons. It includes the tanks FCM 2-C and their direct evolutions with the FCM F1 and its competitors.

- The "char de bataille" (battle tank), which is equivalent to a medium tank and whose weight varies between 20 tons and 45 tons.

It includes the B1 tanks, the D2 tank and tanks of the G1 program.

- The "char léger (light tank), renamed "char d'accompagnement de l'infanterie" (infantry accompanying tank) in December 1939.

the weight is about less than 20 tons. It includes tanks H35/38/39, R35/40, FCM 36 and AMX 38.


Concerning the Cavalry, we differentiate 3 classes of armored fighting of which 2 are tracked:

- The "Auto-Mitrailleuse de Combat"(Driving Machine Gun of fight),

which is equivalent to a medium tank and whose weight is about 15 tons. It includes the AMC 35 Renault ACG and Somua S35 / 40.

- The "Auto-Mitrailleuse de Reconnaissance"(Driving Machine Gun of Reconnaissance),

which equates to a light tank (or even a "tankette") whose weight is about less than 15 tons. It includes the AMR 33 Renault VM and AMR 35 Renault ZT but also the Hotchkiss H39 loaned by the Infantry.

this classification will remain valid for the development of the French tanks until the armistice of June 22, 1940. any tank developed after this date is not part of this classification

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of UK

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPG

Fake Tanks

  • Conqueror GC Fake tank invented by Wargaming
  • FV215B the real tank is the FV215B 183

Tanks of Czechoslovakia

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of China

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

  • 112 Model 62
  • WZ-111/112

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of Japan

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs


SPGs

Tanks of Sweden

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPG

Tanks of Poland

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPGs

Tanks of Italy

Nomenclature of the Italian tanks during the WW2:

L= Leggero = Light

M= Medio = Medium

P= Pesante = Heavy

Semovente= Self-propelled

AB= Autoblindato = Armored Car

this classification will remain valid for the development of the Italians tanks until the Italian defeat during the 2GM. any tank developed after that date is not part of this classification

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of Australia & New Zealand (ANZAC's)

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

Copies of tanks already in the game

Tanks of Yugoslavia

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

SPGs

  • SO-75 H-35
  • SO-150 M3A3
  • SO-105 M-18
  • SO-122 (H) M-4
  • SO-155(H) T-34
  • SO-155 (T) M-4 Mod
  • SO-152(T)/155(T) T-54
  • SO-203 (H) T-54/55
  • SO-203 (H) T-55

Tanks of Israël

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

SPGs

Tanks of Switzerland

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of Romania

Heavy Tanks

  • IS-M

TDs

Tanks of Hungary

According to the nomenclature used in Hungary during the WW2, any Hungarian tank with a caliber of 75 mm or more is considered a heavy tank

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

Tanks of Belgium

Light Tanks

TDs

Tanks of Finland

www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/finnish-tanks.php

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

  • T-28F
  • Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf.J
  • T-34B
  • T-34-85 T-34-85 tested with the 75 mm Psv.K/40 gun, restored to the original version with 85 mm gun after the tests, the tank used in the tests exists today but with its 85 mm gun origin
  • Comet Mk.II

Heavy Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

Tanks of Canada

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

SPAAGs

SPGs

Tanks of Austria

Light Tanks

TDs

Tanks of Spain

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

SPG

  • O.A 105/26

Tanks of Bulgaria

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Tanks of Egypt

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

Tanks of India

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Tanks of Netherlands

Light Tanks

Medium Tank

Tanks of Argentina

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

Tanks of Brazil

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Tanks of Chile

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Tanks of Cuba

Heavy

TDs

Tanks of Denmark

Medium Tanks

Tanks of Peru

Light Tanks

Tanks of Pakistan

Medium Tanks

Tanks of Ireland

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

Tanks of Vietnam

SPAAGs

Tanks of Norway

Light Tanks

  • Renault FT-17

Medium Tanks

  • PanzerKampfwagen III
  • M4 Sherman
  • M48 Patton
  • Leopard 1

TDs

Tanks of North Korea

Medium Tanks

  • T-34
  • T-34-85
  • T-54
  • T-55
  • Type 59

South Africa

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

USA Tank Icons

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

TDs

USSR Tank Icons

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

Germany Tank Icons

Heavy Tanks

TDs

UK Tank Icons

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

France Tank Icons

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Heavy Tanks

TDs

Japan Tank Icons

Light Tanks

Czechoslovakia Tank Icons

Light Tanks

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