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a:2575:{s:19:"achievement/master1";s:9:"III Class";s:19:"achievement/master2";s:8:"II Class";s:19:"achievement/master3";s:7:"I Class";s:19:"achievement/master4";s:10:"Ace Tanker";s:25:"achievement/maxMedalValue";s:3:">%s";s:17:"achievement/rank1";s:8:" I Class";s:17:"achievement/rank2";s:9:" II Class";s:17:"achievement/rank3";s:10:" III Class";s:17:"achievement/rank4";s:9:" IV Class";s:12:"armorPiercer";s:13:"Master Gunner";s:18:"armorPiercer_descr";s:241:" • Score at least five armor-penetrating hits in a row against enemy vehicles. • A series unbroken by a miss, non-penetration, or ricochet continues in the next battle using the current vehicle. • Only the longest series is included.";s:11:"beasthunter";s:6:"Hunter";s:17:"beasthunter_descr";s:209:"Destroy 100 or more: • Jagdpanther • Jagdtiger • PzKpfw V Panther • Panther II • PzKpfw VI Tiger • PzKpfw VI Tiger (P) • PzKpfw VI Ausf. B Tiger II • Löwe • GW Panther • GW Tiger";s:8:"defender";s:8:"Defender";s:14:"defender_descr";s:371:" • Reduce the number of enemy capture points of a friendly base by 70 or more.

• If two or more players have reduced an equal amount of capture points, the achievement is granted to the player who has earned more XP in the battle (including additional XP provided to Premium Account users). • If the amount of XP is equal as well, the achievement is not awarded.";s:7:"diehard";s:8:"Survivor";s:13:"diehard_descr";s:214:" • Survive 20 or more battles in a row excluding battles fought using self-propelled guns. • An unbroken series continues in the next battle using the current vehicle. • Only the longest series is included.";s:11:"handOfDeath";s:6:"Reaper";s:17:"handOfDeath_descr";s:260:" • Destroy three or more enemy vehicles in a row with a single shell each. • This achievement is granted on completion of the series. • An unbroken series continues in the next battle using the current vehicle. • Only the longest series is included.";s:7:"invader";s:7:"Invader";s:13:"invader_descr";s:287:" • Capture the maximum number of points from the enemy base, but not less than 80. • The achievement is granted on successful base capture, including only the points that were part of the base capture. •The achievement is granted to the player who received the maximum XP points.";s:10:"invincible";s:10:"Invincible";s:16:"invincible_descr";s:279:" • Survive five or more battles in a row without taking any damage. • An unbroken series continues in the next battle using the current vehicle. • Battles fought using self-propelled guns do not break the series but are left out. • Only the longest series is included.";s:8:"kamikaze";s:8:"Kamikaze";s:14:"kamikaze_descr";s:116:"Destroy a higher tier enemy vehicle by ramming it. The achievement is granted only once in the course of the battle.";s:13:"markOfMastery";s:23:"Mastery Badge:%(name)s";s:20:"markOfMasteryContent";s:227:"Awarded for mastery in controlling
an armored vehicle. To qualify,
a player must earn more average experience in a battle
than%(val)s of other players who drive this type of vehicles.

Classes of mastery:";s:22:"markOfMasteryContent/1";s:2:"50";s:27:"markOfMasteryContent/1/info";s:14:"III Class: 50%";s:22:"markOfMasteryContent/2";s:2:"80";s:27:"markOfMasteryContent/2/info";s:13:"II Class: 80%";s:22:"markOfMasteryContent/3";s:2:"95";s:27:"markOfMasteryContent/3/info";s:12:"I Class: 95%";s:22:"markOfMasteryContent/4";s:2:"99";s:27:"markOfMasteryContent/4/info";s:15:"Ace Tanker: 99%";s:11:"medalAbrams";s:16:"Abrams' Medal%s";s:17:"medalAbrams_descr";s:387:"Awarded in one of four classes for the total number of team victories in which the player survived the battle: • Class IV–10 victories • Class III–100 victories • Class II–1,000 victories • Class I–10,000 victories

General Creighton Abrams commanded U.S. armored forces during WWII and the Vietnam War, earning a reputation as an aggressive and successful commander.";s:13:"medalBillotte";s:16:"Billotte's Medal";s:19:"medalBillotte_descr";s:335:"Awarded to players who destroy at least one enemy vehicle and survive the battle to victory despite receiving at least five different critical hits and losing 80% or more of their hit points.

Pierre Billotte was a captain in the French Army who destroyed 2 PzKpfw IV, 11 PzKpfw III and two guns with his Char B1 bis on May 16th, 1940.";s:10:"medalBurda";s:13:"Burda's Medal";s:16:"medalBurda_descr";s:370:"Awarded to players whose tank or self-propelled gun destroys five or more enemy self-propelled guns.

Guards Colonel Alexander Burda was a Soviet tank ace and a Hero of the Soviet Union. On October 4th, 1941, Burda organized an ambush that destroyed an enemy armored column, including 10 medium and light tanks, two trucks with antitank guns, and five infantry vehicles.";s:11:"medalCarius";s:16:"Carius' Medal%s";s:17:"medalCarius_descr";s:381:"Awarded for the destruction of enemy tanks and self-propelled guns in four classes: • Class IV–10 vehicles • Class III–100 vehicles • Class II–1,000 vehicles • Class I–10,000 vehicles

Otto Carius was one of the most successful tank aces of WWII. He commanded the PzKpfw 38(t), the PzKpfw VI Tiger, and the Jagdtiger tank destroyer during his impressive career.";s:10:"medalEkins";s:15:"Ekins' Medal%s";s:16:"medalEkins_descr";s:413:"Awarded in four classes for destroying tier 8, 9, or 10 enemy tanks and self-propelled guns: • Class IV–3 vehicles • Class III–30 vehicles • Class II–300 vehicles • Class I–3,000 vehicles

Joe Ekins was a tank gunner in the Northamptonshire Division of the British Territorial Army. A number of sources identify Ekins as the individual who brought down famous German tank ace Michael Wittmann.";s:10:"medalFadin";s:13:"Fadin's Medal";s:16:"medalFadin_descr";s:455:"Awarded for destroying the last enemy vehicle in the battle with the last shell remaining in the player's tank.

A Hero of the Soviet Union, Alexander Fadin was a T-34 commander. Supported by one infantry platoon, Fadin managed to capture Dashukovka village and hold it for five hours with one tank, and destroyed three tanks, one half-track, two mortars, and 12 machinegun nests. His crew also shot down an enemy plane with his tank's coaxial machinegun.";s:12:"medalHalonen";s:15:"Halonen's Medal";s:18:"medalHalonen_descr";s:330:"Awarded for destroying three or more enemy tanks or tank destroyers with a tank destroyer. The targets must be at least two tiers higher than the player's vehicle.

Erkki Halonen, a sergeant in the Finnish Army and a tank ace, destroyed three T-34, two KV-1, and two ISU-152 with his StuG III in battles during June and July 1944.";s:8:"medalKay";s:14:"Kay's Medal%s";s:14:"medalKay_descr";s:341:"Awarded for achieving the Battle Hero status in four classes: • Class IV–1 time • Class III–10 times • Class II–100 times • Class I–1,000 times

Douglas Kay, a British Army sergeant and gunner on a Sherman Firefly, participated in the Allied landing in Normandy and later helped increase popular interest in tank warfare.";s:12:"medalKnispel";s:18:"Knispel's Medal%s";s:18:"medalKnispel_descr";s:384:"Awarded for the total amount of damage caused and received in four classes: • Class IV–10,000 HP • Class III–100,000 HP • Class II–1,000,000 HP • Class I–10,000,000 HP

Kurt Knispel, a WWII German tank ace, participated in battles on both the Western and Eastern Fronts fighting in PzKpfw II, PzKpfw III, PzKpfw IV, PzKpfw VI Tiger, and PzKpfw VI Ausf. B Tiger II.";s:14:"medalKolobanov";s:17:"Kolobanov's Medal";s:20:"medalKolobanov_descr";s:258:"Awarded to a player who stands alone against five or more enemy tanks or self-propelled guns and wins.

Colonel Zinoviy Kolobanov was a Soviet tank ace who destroyed 22 German tanks, two guns, and two half-tracks with his KV-1 in battle on August 19th, 1941.";s:15:"medalLavrinenko";s:21:"Lavrinenko's Medal%s";s:21:"medalLavrinenko_descr";s:455:"Awarded for reducing the total number of capture points of a friendly base, up to 100 points per battle. This award is established in four classes: • Class IV–100 points • Class III–1,000 points • Class II–10,000 points • Class I–100,000 points

Dmitry Lavrinenko, a Hero of the Soviet Union, Guards Lieutenant, and tank ace was recognized as the top Soviet tanker, destroying 52 tanks in 28 battles over the course of just two months.";s:12:"medalLeClerc";s:18:"Leclerc's Medal%s";s:18:"medalLeClerc_descr";s:428:"Awarded for the total amount of the player's enemy base capture points. An unsuccessful or reduced capture does not count toward this number. The award is established in four classes: • Class IV–100 points • Class III–1,000 points • Class II–10,000 points • Class I–100,000 points

Philippe Leclerc was a General of the Free French Forces during WWII and one of the leaders of the Paris liberation operation.";s:10:"medalOrlik";s:13:"Orlik's Medal";s:16:"medalOrlik_descr";s:295:"Awarded for destroying three or more enemy tanks or tank destroyers with a light tank. The targets must be at least two tiers higher than the player's tank.

Roman Edmund Orlik, a Polish Army sergeant, was a tank ace who knocked out 13 German tanks with his light TKS tankette in September 1939.";s:10:"medalOskin";s:13:"Oskin's Medal";s:16:"medalOskin_descr";s:324:"Awarded for destroying three or more enemy vehicles with a medium tank. The targets must be at least two tiers higher than the player's tank.

Alexander Oskin, a Hero of the Soviet Union, was a tank commander who destroyed three King Tigers with his T-34 during a reconnaissance operation near Oglenduv on August 11th, 1944.";s:11:"medalPoppel";s:16:"Popel's Medal%s";s:17:"medalPoppel_descr";s:422:"Awarded for detecting enemy tanks and self-propelled guns in all battles, in four classes: • Class IV–20 vehicles • Class III–200 vehicles • Class II–2,000 vehicles • Class I–20,000 vehicles

Lieutenant General of Tank Forces Nikolay Popel, a Soviet military leader and political officer, organized a raid against the enemy rear using captured vehicles during the battle of Dubno in the summer of 1941.";s:13:"medalWittmann";s:15:"Boelter's Medal";s:19:"medalWittmann_descr";s:426:"Awarded for destroying seven or more enemy tanks and self-propelled guns with a tank or tank destroyer, or 10 or more vehicles with a self-propelled gun in one battle. The targets must be at least tier four enemy vehicles.

Hans Boelter was one of the most successful German tank aces of WWII. He participated in operations in the invasions of Poland, France, Greece, and the Soviet Union, as well as in the defense of France.";s:9:"mousebane";s:10:"Mouse Trap";s:15:"mousebane_descr";s:93:" • Destroy 10 or more PzKpfw VIII Maus tanks. • Total results on all tanks are included.";s:6:"raider";s:6:"Raider";s:12:"raider_descr";s:160:" • Capture the enemy base and remain undetected during the entire battle. • The achievement is granted even if the vehicle was accidentally hit or damaged.";s:5:"scout";s:5:"Scout";s:11:"scout_descr";s:457:" • Detect more enemy tanks and self-propelled guns than anyone else on your team (at least nine). • The achievement is granted to a member of the winning team only.

• If two or more players have detected an equal number of enemy vehicles, the achievement is granted to the player who earned more XP for the battle, including additional XP provided to Premium Account users. • If the amount of XP is equal as well, the achievement is not granted.";s:6:"sniper";s:6:"Sniper";s:12:"sniper_descr";s:609:" • Achieve at least 85% hits out of a minimum of ten shots fired with the potential damage of 1,000 HP and more. • Non-penetrating hits are included, but hits on friendly units are not included.

• If two or more players have an equal hit ratio, the achievement is granted to the player with the highest potential damage. • If two or more players have an equal amount of potential damage, the achievement is granted to the player who earned more XP for the battle, including additional XP provided to Premium Account users. • If the amount of XP is equal as well, the achievement is not granted.";s:9:"steelwall";s:10:"Steel Wall";s:15:"steelwall_descr";s:550:" • Receive the most hits (at least 11) of any player on your team, with potential damage of at least 1,000 HP, and survive. • If two or more players receive an equal amount of hits, the achievement is granted to the player receiving the highest potential damage. • If two or more players receive an equal amount of potential damage, the achievement is granted to the player who earned more XP for the battle, including additional XP provided to Premium Account users. • If the amount of XP is equal as well, the achievement is not granted.";s:9:"supporter";s:11:"Confederate";s:15:"supporter_descr";s:419:" • Hit more enemy vehicles (at least six) than any other player on your team. These enemy vehicles must subsequently be destroyed by another player.

• If two or more players score an equal amount of hits, the achievement is granted to the player who earned more XP in the battle, including additional XP provided to Premium Account users. • If the amount of XP is equal as well, the achievement is not granted.";s:10:"tankExpert";s:13:"Master Tanker";s:16:"tankExpert_descr";s:172:" • Destroy at least one of every type of enemy vehicle currently available in the game. • This achievement will not be revoked if new vehicle types appear in the game.";s:11:"titleSniper";s:12:"Sharpshooter";s:17:"titleSniper_descr";s:249:" • Hit an enemy vehicle ten or more times in a row without missing. • The results of the next battle using the same vehicle continue to count towards this number, until the sequence is broken by a miss. • Only the longest series is included.";s:7:"warrior";s:7:"Top Gun";s:13:"warrior_descr";s:365:" • Destroy more enemy vehicles (at least six) than any other player on your team. • If two or more players have destroyed an equal amount of vehicles, the achievement is granted to the player who earned more XP for the battle, including additional XP provided to Premium Account users. • If the amount of XP is equal as well, the achievement is not granted.";s:18:"afterburning/descr";s:95:"<shortDesc>+15% to engine power for one minute</shortDesc> Restricted: German E-series vehicles";s:17:"afterburning/name";s:18:"Engine Power Boost";s:22:"aimingStabilizer/descr";s:52:"+20% to accuracy during movement and turret rotation";s:25:"aimingStabilizer_Mk1/name";s:24:"Vertical Stabilizer Mk 1";s:25:"aimingStabilizer_Mk2/name";s:24:"Vertical Stabilizer Mk 2";s:29:"antifragmentationLining/descr";s:52:"+15% to armor protection from ramming and explosions";s:34:"antifragmentationLining_heavy/name";s:17:"Large Spall Liner";s:34:"antifragmentationLining_light/name";s:17:"Small Spall Liner";s:35:"antifragmentationLining_medium/name";s:18:"Medium Spall Liner";s:23:"autoExtinguishers/descr";s:74:"<shortDesc>-10% chance of fire</shortDesc> Extinguishes fire automatically";s:22:"autoExtinguishers/name";s:28:"Automatic Fire Extinguishers";s:19:"camouflageNet/descr";s:55:"-25% to detection chance when the vehicle is stationary";s:18:"camouflageNet/name";s:14:"Camouflage Net";s:19:"carbonDioxide/descr";s:28:"+50% to fuel tank durability";s:18:"carbonDioxide/name";s:19:"Fill Tanks with CO2";s:15:"chocolate/descr";s:103:"<shortDesc>+10% to all crew skills for the course of the battle</shortDesc> Restricted: German vehicles";s:14:"chocolate/name";s:9:"Chocolate";s:18:"coatedOptics/descr";s:42:"+10% to view range, up to a range of 500 m";s:17:"coatedOptics/name";s:13:"Coated Optics";s:14:"cocacola/descr";s:101:"<shortDesc>+10% to all crew skills for the course of the battle</shortDesc> Restricted: U.S. vehicles";s:13:"cocacola/name";s:12:"Case of Cola";s:23:"enhancedAimDrives/descr";s:20:"+10% to aiming speed";s:22:"enhancedAimDrives/name";s:25:"Enhanced Gun Laying Drive";s:27:"enhancedBelwillWashers/name";s:27:"Enhanced Belleville Washers";s:19:"enhancedLevers/name";s:15:"Enhanced Levers";s:33:"enhancedLongitudinalTorsions/name";s:34:"Enhanced Longitudinal Torsion Bars";s:20:"enhancedSprings/name";s:16:"Enhanced Springs";s:24:"enhancedSuspension/descr";s:29:"+10% suspension load capacity";s:32:"enhancedSuspension_Christie/name";s:28:"Enhanced Christie Suspension";s:31:"enhancedSuspension_Vikkers/name";s:27:"Enhanced Vickers Suspension";s:30:"enhancedSuspension_candle/name";s:26:"Enhanced Candle Suspension";s:23:"enhancedTorsions1t/name";s:31:"Enhanced Torsion Bars 1 t Class";s:23:"enhancedTorsions3t/name";s:31:"Enhanced Torsion Bars 3 t Class";s:23:"enhancedTorsions5t/name";s:32:"Enhanced Torsion Bars 5+ t Class";s:19:"filterCyclone/descr";s:25:"+50% to engine durability";s:18:"filterCyclone/name";s:14:"Cyclone Filter";s:17:"gasoline100/descr";s:113:"<shortDesc>+5% to engine power and turret traverse speed</shortDesc> For German, U.S. and French gasoline engines";s:16:"gasoline100/name";s:19:"100-octane Gasoline";s:17:"gasoline105/descr";s:114:"<shortDesc>+10% to engine power and turret traverse speed</shortDesc> For German, U.S. and French gasoline engines";s:16:"gasoline105/name";s:19:"105-octane Gasoline";s:14:"grousers/descr";s:74:"+10% performance on soft ground, +5% performance on moderately soft ground";s:13:"grousers/name";s:19:"Additional Grousers";s:23:"handExtinguishers/descr";s:32:"Extinguishes fire when activated";s:22:"handExtinguishers/name";s:25:"Manual Fire Extinguishers";s:15:"hotCoffee/descr";s:103:"<shortDesc>+10% to all crew skills for the course of the battle</shortDesc> Restricted: French vehicles";s:14:"hotCoffee/name";s:13:"Strong coffee";s:25:"improvedVentilation/descr";s:22:"+5% to all crew skills";s:31:"improvedVentilation_class1/name";s:28:"Improved Ventilation Class 1";s:31:"improvedVentilation_class2/name";s:28:"Improved Ventilation Class 2";s:31:"improvedVentilation_class3/name";s:28:"Improved Ventilation Class 3";s:31:"largeCaliberHowitzerRammer/name";s:36:"Large-Caliber Artillery-Shell Rammer";s:27:"largeCaliberTankRammer/name";s:29:"Large-caliber Tank Gun Rammer";s:17:"largeMedkit/descr";s:30:"Heals all injured crew members";s:16:"largeMedkit/name";s:19:"Large First Aid Kit";s:20:"largeRepairkit/descr";s:27:"Repairs all damaged modules";s:19:"largeRepairkit/name";s:16:"Large Repair Kit";s:18:"lendLeaseOil/descr";s:48:"+5% to engine power for the course of the battle";s:17:"lendLeaseOil/name";s:14:"Lend-Lease Oil";s:32:"mediumCaliberHowitzerRammer/name";s:37:"Medium-Caliber Artillery Shell Rammer";s:28:"mediumCaliberTankRammer/name";s:30:"Medium-Caliber Tank Gun Rammer";s:16:"qualityOil/descr";s:100:"<shortDesc>+5% to engine power for the course of the battle</shortDesc> Restricted: Chinese vehicles";s:15:"qualityOil/name";s:11:"Quality Oil";s:12:"rammer/descr";s:20:"-10% to loading time";s:12:"ration/descr";s:103:"<shortDesc>+10% to all crew skills for the course of the battle</shortDesc> Restricted: Soviet vehicles";s:11:"ration/name";s:20:"Extra Combat Rations";s:18:"ration_china/descr";s:104:"<shortDesc>+10% to all crew skills for the course of the battle</shortDesc> Restricted: Chinese vehicles";s:17:"ration_china/name";s:23:"Improved Combat Rations";s:23:"removedRpmLimiter/descr";s:106:"<shortDesc>+10% to engine power but damages the engine</shortDesc> Restricted: Soviet and Chinese vehicles";s:22:"removedRpmLimiter/name";s:22:"Removed Speed Governor";s:17:"smallMedkit/descr";s:28:"Heals an injured crew member";s:16:"smallMedkit/name";s:19:"Small First Aid Kit";s:20:"smallRepairkit/descr";s:24:"Repairs a damaged module";s:19:"smallRepairkit/name";s:16:"Small Repair Kit";s:17:"stereoscope/descr";s:53:"+25% view range for a stationary vehicle, up to 500 m";s:16:"stereoscope/name";s:19:"Binocular Telescope";s:13:"toolbox/descr";s:20:"+25% to repair speed";s:12:"toolbox/name";s:7:"Toolbox";s:19:"wetCombatPack/descr";s:25:"+50% ammo rack durability";s:25:"wetCombatPack_class1/name";s:25:"\"Wet\" Ammo Rack Class 1";s:25:"wetCombatPack_class2/name";s:25:"\"Wet\" Ammo Rack Class 2";s:5:"A-220";s:5:"A-220";s:11:"Ch01_Type59";s:7:"Type 59";s:17:"Ch01_Type59_descr";s:126:"Produced at the Baotou Tank Plant, China. Entered mass production in 1957, with a total of 6000 vehicles manufactured by 1987.";s:11:"Ch02_Type62";s:7:"Type 62";s:17:"Ch02_Type62_descr";s:344:"The Type 62 Light Tank was the first tank originally designed in China. Under development since 1952, the tank was intended for the southern regions of China. In 1962, after thorough testing, the vehicle entered service. By 1989 a total of 1500 vehicles were produced. The Type 62 was exported to Albania, Congo, Mali, Sudan, Vietnam and Zaire.";s:11:"Ch03_WZ-111";s:6:"WZ-111";s:17:"Ch03_WZ-111_descr";s:231:"Influenced by the Soviet tank T-10 model, this heavy tank was prototyped in the early 1960s on the basis of the Soviet IS-2 and IS-3. The trials revealed multiple faults, and the development of the vehicle was discontinued in 1964.";s:21:"Chassis_Ch01_Type59_2";s:8:"Type59 A";s:24:"Chassis_Ch01_Type59_gold";s:9:"Type 59 G";s:19:"Chassis_Ch02_Type62";s:9:"Type 62 A";s:19:"Chassis_Ch03_WZ-111";s:11:"Type WZ-111";s:15:"NORINCO_12150L7";s:15:"NORINCO 12150L7";s:22:"Turret_1_Ch01_Type59_2";s:8:"Type59 B";s:25:"Turret_1_Ch01_Type59_gold";s:9:"Type 59 G";s:20:"Turret_1_Ch02_Type62";s:9:"Type 62 B";s:20:"Turret_1_Ch03_WZ-111";s:13:"Type WZ-111 B";s:11:"Type59_gold";s:9:"Type 59 G";s:9:"_100mm_59";s:14:"100 mm Type 59";s:14:"_100mm_UBR-412";s:7:"UBR-412";s:15:"_100mm_UBR-412P";s:8:"UBR-412P";s:14:"_100mm_UOF-412";s:7:"UOF-412";s:14:"_12150L-3_V-12";s:8:"12150L-3";s:8:"_12150LZ";s:7:"12150LZ";s:14:"_122-mm_D25-TA";s:6:"D25-TA";s:14:"_122mm_Type_57";s:7:"Type 57";s:14:"_122mm_Type_64";s:7:"Type 64";s:14:"_122mm_Type_68";s:7:"Type 68";s:10:"_85mm_HEAT";s:14:"Type 1956 HEAT";s:17:"_85mm_Tip_62-85TS";s:12:"Type 62-85TS";s:9:"_85mm_UBR";s:12:"Type 1956 AP";s:9:"_85mm_UOF";s:13:"Type 1956 HE ";s:4:"_9RM";s:3:"9RM";s:17:"28_32Pz38Hf_descr";s:277:"In 1943, a few captured vehicles Hotchkiss H38 were converted into missile launchers for 28- and 32-cm missiles. Launching racks attached to the sides had vertical homing while horizontal homing was carried out by the rotation of the hull. The main armament was kept unchanged.";s:17:"37mm_OE_mle._1916";s:12:"OE Mle. 1916";s:6:"ACL135";s:7:"ACL 135";s:12:"ACL135_descr";s:214:"The first prototype was manufactured in 1931 by the ACL company on the basis of the Char D1. Two prototypes were produced. Work on the vehicle was discontinued due to a faulty suspension and other unreliable parts.";s:12:"ACL135_short";s:6:"ACL135";s:16:"AC_Mle1948_descr";s:163:"A draft project of a tank destroyer on the basis of the AMX 50. Developed in 1948. The vehicle featured rotating fire unit on the rear. Existed only in blueprints.";s:5:"AMX38";s:6:"AMX 38";s:11:"AMX38_descr";s:210:"Developed in 1937 by the AMX company on the basis of the Renault R-40. The vehicle had a larger turret than comparable vehicles and was equipped with a diesel engine. By 1940 two vehicles were ready for trials.";s:11:"AMX38_short";s:6:"AMX 38";s:5:"AMX40";s:6:"AMX 40";s:11:"AMX40_descr";s:183:"Development was started in March 1940. Initially, the vehicle was to have a half-track propulsion. The blueprint of the vehicle was created but in July 1940 the work was discontinued.";s:11:"AMX40_short";s:6:"AMX 40";s:10:"AMX50_Foch";s:11:"AMX 50 Foch";s:16:"AMX50_Foch_descr";s:170:"Tank destroyer on the basis of the AMX 50. A prototype was manufactured in 1950. By 1951 a few more vehicles were ready for trials. The vehicle was in service until 1952.";s:16:"AMX50_Foch_short";s:9:"AMX50Foch";s:9:"AMX_105AM";s:9:"AMX 105AM";s:15:"AMX_105AM_descr";s:146:"Self-propelled gun on the basis of the AMX-B tank. The prototype was developed and tested beginning in 1949. Mass production was launched in 1955.";s:15:"AMX_105AM_short";s:9:"AMX 105AM";s:7:"AMX_12t";s:7:"AMX 12t";s:13:"AMX_12t_descr";s:147:"This design of a light high-speed tank was developed in 1946 but never put into production. However, it became the basis for the well-known AMX 13.";s:13:"AMX_12t_short";s:6:"AMX12t";s:10:"AMX_13F3AM";s:12:"AMX 13 F3 AM";s:16:"AMX_13F3AM_descr";s:212:"Developed at the end of the 1950s on the chassis of the AMX 13. The vehicle was mass-produced until the end of the 1960s and is still in service in France, Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, Morocco, and other countries.";s:16:"AMX_13F3AM_short";s:9:"AMX13F3AM";s:10:"AMX_13FL11";s:12:"AMX 13 FL-11";s:16:"AMX_13FL11_descr";s:197:"A modification of the AMX 13 with the Panhard EBR turret. The vehicle did not have an automatic loading mechanism. The vehicle was intended to fight in Indo-China. Five vehicles were built in 1954.";s:16:"AMX_13FL11_short";s:9:"AMX13FL11";s:9:"AMX_13_75";s:9:"AMX 13 75";s:15:"AMX_13_75_descr";s:239:"Development was started in 1946. The vehicle was mass-produced from 1952 through 1964 in France, and until 1985 in Argentina. The tank has been exported to many countries and is still in service in some countries of Asia and South America.";s:15:"AMX_13_75_short";s:9:"AMX 13 75";s:9:"AMX_13_90";s:9:"AMX 13 90";s:15:"AMX_13_90_descr";s:202:"Development was started in 1946. Mass production was launched in 1952. The first 2000 vehicles were equipped with the 75 mm gun. However, later versions had the 90 mm gun, giving much greater firepower.";s:15:"AMX_13_90_short";s:9:"AMX 13 90";s:10:"AMX_50_100";s:10:"AMX 50 100";s:16:"AMX_50_100_descr";s:241:"Development of this heavy tank started in 1945, and was influenced by German wartime tank designs. In 1950 a prototype with an oscillating turret and the 100 mm gun was manufactured. The vehicle never entered mass production nor saw service.";s:16:"AMX_50_100_short";s:9:"AMX50 100";s:10:"AMX_50_120";s:10:"AMX 50 120";s:16:"AMX_50_120_descr";s:186:"A prototype of the AMX 50 tank. Developed in the early 1950s under the influence of the Soviet IS-3 and T-10. The tank featured enhanced armor and a 120 mm gun in the oscillating turret.";s:16:"AMX_50_120_short";s:9:"AMX50 120";s:10:"AMX_50_68t";s:7:"AMX 50B";s:16:"AMX_50_68t_descr";s:177:"Experimental tank combining German and French tank-construction traditions. The vehicle passed trials successfully but never saw service due to NATO standardization of weaponry.";s:16:"AMX_50_68t_short";s:6:"AMX50B";s:7:"AMX_65t";s:7:"AMX 65t";s:13:"AMX_65t_descr";s:106:"A modification of the AMX 50 with a welded forward body and a standard turret. Existed only in blueprints.";s:13:"AMX_65t_short";s:6:"AMX65t";s:14:"AMX_AC_Mle1946";s:15:"AMX AC Mle.1946";s:20:"AMX_AC_Mle1946_descr";s:213:"The first design project of a heavy tank destroyer on the basis of the M4. Development was started in 1946. The configuration of the vehicle had a strong resemblance to the Jagdpanther. Existed only in blueprints.";s:20:"AMX_AC_Mle1946_short";s:11:"AC Mle.1946";s:14:"AMX_AC_Mle1948";s:16:"AMX AC Mle. 1948";s:20:"AMX_AC_Mle1948_short";s:8:"AC Mle48";s:15:"AMX_AC_de120_46";s:21:"AMX AC Mle.1946 (old)";s:21:"AMX_AC_de120_46_descr";s:213:"The first design project of a heavy tank destroyer on the basis of the M4. Development was started in 1946. The configuration of the vehicle had a strong resemblance to the Jagdpanther. Existed only in blueprints.";s:21:"AMX_AC_de120_46_short";s:11:"AC Mle.1946";s:9:"AMX_B_270";s:9:"AMX B 270";s:11:"AMX_M4_1945";s:12:"AMX M4(1945)";s:17:"AMX_M4_1945_descr";s:215:"The development of this heavy tank started in 1945. Initially, the standard French suspension was used but it proved unsuitable for a high-speed tank and was replaced with a German suspension in later modifications.";s:17:"AMX_M4_1945_short";s:9:"AMX M4 45";s:6:"ARL_44";s:6:"ARL 44";s:12:"ARL_44_descr";s:220:"Heavy tank developed during World War II on the basis of the pre-war B1 Bis. A combination of an obsolete 1930s chassis and a heavily armed turret proved unsuccessful. A total of 60 vehicles were manufactured since 1946.";s:12:"ARL_44_short";s:6:"ARL 44";s:7:"ARL_V39";s:7:"ARL V39";s:13:"ARL_V39_descr";s:164:"A prototype of the ARL 40. The vehicle was intended as an assault SPG. Mass production was to be launched in 1940 but never started due to the occupation of France.";s:13:"ARL_V39_short";s:7:"ARL V39";s:7:"Aster_M";s:7:"Aster M";s:2:"B1";s:2:"B1";s:8:"B1_descr";s:191:"Development was started in 1921. Due to extended trials the vehicle did not enter service until 1934. A total of 403 tanks in two basic modifications were manufactured from 1935 through 1940.";s:8:"B1_short";s:2:"B1";s:7:"BDR_G1B";s:7:"BDR G1B";s:13:"BDR_G1B_descr";s:146:"The project of a new vehicle was suggested by engineers of the Baudet-Donon-Rousell company in June 1938. However, the design was never developed.";s:13:"BDR_G1B_short";s:7:"BDR G1B";s:16:"Bat_Chatillon155";s:17:"Bat Chatillon 155";s:22:"Bat_Chatillon155_descr";s:112:"SPG prototype on the basis of the Batignolles-Chatillon 25t manufactured in 1954. Never entered mass production.";s:22:"Bat_Chatillon155_short";s:10:"B.Chat.155";s:16:"Bat_Chatillon25t";s:18:"Bat Chatillon 25 t";s:22:"Bat_Chatillon25t_descr";s:173:"This experimental tank was a further development of the AMX 13. The tank underwent trials, but never entered mass production nor saw service. Two vehicles were manufactured.";s:22:"Bat_Chatillon25t_short";s:11:"BatChat.25t";s:7:"Berliet";s:7:"Berliet";s:28:"Canon_de_105_court_mle_1934S";s:28:"Canon de 105 court mle 1934S";s:28:"Canon_de_105_court_mle_1935B";s:28:"Canon de 105 court mle 1935B";s:34:"Canon_de_105_mle_1930_Schneider_AC";s:35:"Canon de 105 mle. 1930 Schneider AC";s:34:"Canon_de_105_mle_1930_Schneider_AM";s:34:"Canon de 105 mle 1930 Schneider AM";s:14:"Canon_de_155mm";s:15:"Canon de 155 mm";s:20:"Canon_de_155mm_L_GPF";s:21:"Canon de 155 mm L GPF";s:29:"Canon_de_155mm_de_33_calibres";s:30:"Canon de 155 mm de 33 calibres";s:10:"Char_50t_B";s:10:"Char 50t B";s:16:"Char_50t_B_descr";s:188:"Development of this heavy tank started at the end of 1945. 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Eighteen vehicles were captured by the German Army and used for training purposes.";s:8:"D1_short";s:2:"D1";s:2:"D2";s:2:"D2";s:8:"D2_descr";s:206:"A further modification of the D1 tank. Developed in 1934 by the Renault company. A total of 100 vehicles were manufactured from 1936 through 1940. The vehicles of the second series were designated as D2bis.";s:8:"D2_short";s:2:"D2";s:12:"Delahaye_103";s:12:"Delahaye 103";s:14:"Delahaye_103TT";s:14:"Delahaye 103TT";s:12:"Delahaye_135";s:12:"Delahaye 135";s:20:"Detroit_Diesel_6V53T";s:20:"Detroit Diesel 6V53T";s:22:"Detroit_Diesel_6V53T-S";s:22:"Detroit Diesel 6V53T-S";s:5:"ER_29";s:5:"ER 29";s:5:"ER_51";s:5:"ER 51";s:5:"ER_52";s:5:"ER 52";s:5:"ER_53";s:5:"ER 53";s:6:"ER_53A";s:6:"ER 53A";s:5:"ER_55";s:5:"ER 55";s:5:"ER_56";s:5:"ER 56";s:6:"ER_56A";s:7:"ER 56 A";s:5:"FCM2C";s:5:"FCM2C";s:11:"FCM2C_descr";s:144:"Development was started by the FCM company in 1916. Ten vehicles were manufactured by 1919. Several variants of the FCM2C were produced by 1940.";s:11:"FCM2C_short";s:5:"FCM2C";s:11:"FCM_36Pak40";s:11:"FCM36 Pak40";s:17:"FCM_36Pak40_descr";s:164:"In 1943, ten FCM36 tanks were converted into tank destroyers. Earlier, twelve vehicles of that type were converted into self-propelled guns carrying the 105 mm gun.";s:17:"FCM_36Pak40_short";s:8:"FCM36P40";s:18:"Fanions_de_signaux";s:12:"Signal Flags";s:5:"FuG8f";s:9:"FuG 8 (f)";s:9:"FuG_Spr.A";s:10:"FuG Spr. A";s:3:"G1L";s:3:"G1L";s:9:"G1L_descr";s:62:"Developed by the Lorraine company. Existed only in blueprints.";s:19:"Hispano-Suiza_HS110";s:19:"Hispano-Suiza HS110";s:12:"Hotchkiss_35";s:12:"Hotchkiss 35";s:14:"Hotchkiss_35_1";s:12:"Hotchkiss 35";s:14:"Hotchkiss_39_1";s:12:"Hotchkiss 39";s:19:"Hotchkiss_H35_descr";s:232:"Cavalry support tank. Developed in 1934. Mass production was launched in 1935, with a total of 400 vehicles manufactured. In 1938 a new modification, the H38, entered production. 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After the end of the war a total of 39 vehicles were manufactured.";s:15:"RenaultBS_short";s:2:"BS";s:9:"RenaultFT";s:9:"RenaultFT";s:12:"RenaultFT_AC";s:12:"RenaultFT AC";s:18:"RenaultFT_AC_descr";s:213:"As the French Army's vast fleet of Renault FT tanks passed into obsolence, some efforts were made to upgrade the vehicles. One proposal was to convert them into tank destroyers, but the plan was never implemented.";s:18:"RenaultFT_AC_short";s:9:"Ren.FT AC";s:15:"RenaultFT_descr";s:217:"The vehicle entered service in 1917, with a total of 3177 vehicles manufactured by the end of World War I and 3800 vehicles produced in total. At the beginning of World War II a total of 1560 vehicles were in service.";s:15:"RenaultFT_short";s:5:"FT-17";s:11:"RenaultUE57";s:13:"Renault UE 57";s:17:"RenaultUE57_descr";s:147:"Developed in 1943 in Great Britain by mounting the British 6-pounder gun on the chassis of the French tankette UE2. 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However, in 1944 development of heavy tanks was discontinued. By the end of the war only the chassis was completed, which was later captured by the British Army.";s:11:"E-100_short";s:5:"E-100";s:4:"E-25";s:4:"E-25";s:10:"E-25_descr";s:231:"The development of the E-25 was a part of the \"E\" program supervised by the Waffenprüfamt 6. The E-25 was developed by the Argus company (Karlsruhe, Germany) under the supervision of Dr. Herman Klaue. Existed only in blueprints.";s:4:"E-50";s:4:"E-50";s:10:"E-50_descr";s:145:"In 1945 the E-50 was conceived as a standard medium tank of the Panzerwaffe to replace the Panther and Panther II. It existed only in blueprints.";s:10:"E-50_short";s:4:"E-50";s:4:"E-75";s:4:"E-75";s:10:"E-75_descr";s:130:"In 1945 the E-75 was conceived as a standard heavy tank of the Panzerwaffe to replace the Tiger II. It existed only in blueprints.";s:10:"E-75_short";s:4:"E-75";s:9:"Ferdinand";s:9:"Ferdinand";s:15:"Ferdinand_descr";s:172:"Developed on the chassis of the Porsche Tiger, with a total of 90 vehicles produced in April and May 1943. They first saw combat in the Battle of Kursk (Operation Citadel).";s:23:"Ferdinandstandardketten";s:24:"Ferdinand Standardketten";s:13:"Ferdinandturm";s:13:"Ferdinandturm";s:25:"Ferdinandvetstaerktketten";s:28:"Ferdinand verstärkte Ketten";s:5:"FuG10";s:6:"FuG 10";s:5:"FuG11";s:6:"FuG 11";s:5:"FuG12";s:6:"FuG 12";s:6:"FuG12A";s:7:"FuG 12A";s:5:"FuG16";s:6:"FuG 16";s:4:"FuG2";s:5:"FuG 2";s:5:"FuG37";s:6:"FuG 37";s:4:"FuG5";s:5:"FuG 5";s:5:"FuG5A";s:5:"FuG5A";s:4:"FuG6";s:5:"FuG 6";s:4:"FuG7";s:5:"FuG 7";s:5:"FuG7A";s:13:"FuG 7 Ausf. F";s:4:"FuG8";s:5:"FuG 8";s:9:"FuG_Spr.1";s:10:"FuG Spr. 1";s:13:"G20_Marder_II";s:9:"Marder II";s:19:"G20_Marder_II_descr";s:209:"A total of 576 of these vehicles were built from June 1942 through June 1943. In addition, 75 PzKpfw II were converted to Marder II in 1944. These tank destroyers fought on all fronts until the end of the war.";s:19:"G20_Marder_II_short";s:9:"Marder II";s:3:"G_E";s:8:"GW Typ E";s:9:"G_E_descr";s:187:"Development of this heavy SPG on the E-100 chassis started at the end of 1943, but it was never completed. No prototypes were ever manufactured and the vehicle did not undergo any trials.";s:9:"G_E_short";s:7:"GwTyp E";s:9:"G_Panther";s:10:"GW Panther";s:15:"G_Panther_descr";s:132:"Developed by the Krupp company in 1943 and 1944. A scale model of the SPG was built, but no full-size prototypes were ever produced.";s:15:"G_Panther_short";s:9:"GwPanther";s:7:"G_Tiger";s:8:"GW Tiger";s:13:"G_Tiger_descr";s:236:"The decision to build this heavy artillery system came in June 1942. In January 1943 a suspension based on that of the Tiger II was ordered. The first prototype underwent trials at the very end of the war. The vehicle never saw service.";s:13:"G_Tiger_short";s:7:"GwTiger";s:6:"Grille";s:6:"Grille";s:12:"Grille_descr";s:144:"Manufactured on the PzKpfw 38(t) chassis from 1943 through 1944, with several interruptions in production and a total of 282 vehicles completed.";s:12:"Grille_mod_1";s:13:"Grille Mod. 1";s:12:"Grille_short";s:6:"Grille";s:19:"Grilleketten_ausf_A";s:21:"Grille-Ketten Ausf. A";s:19:"Grilleketten_ausf_B";s:21:"Grille-Ketten Ausf. B";s:9:"H35ketten";s:10:"H35-Ketten";s:12:"H39_captured";s:17:"PzKpfw 38H735 (f)";s:18:"H39_captured_descr";s:187:"In May 1940 the French Army had more than 800 vehicles of this type, most of which were captured by the German forces. They were widely used by the Wehrmacht to supplement existing armor.";s:18:"H39_captured_short";s:9:"Pz38H735f";s:7:"H39turm";s:15:"38H735-(f)-Turm";s:6:"Hetzer";s:6:"Hetzer";s:8:"Hetzer_0";s:6:"Hetzer";s:10:"Hetzer_0_1";s:10:"Hetzer 0 1";s:13:"Hetzer_Ausf_A";s:21:"Hetzer-Ketten Ausf. A";s:13:"Hetzer_Ausf_B";s:21:"Hetzer-Ketten Ausf. B";s:12:"Hetzer_descr";s:196:"A light, low-profile tank destroyer designed according to General Heinz Guderian's specifications. The Hetzer was produced from April 1944 to May 1945, with a total of 2,584 vehicles manufactured.";s:12:"Hetzer_short";s:6:"Hetzer";s:9:"Hotchkiss";s:9:"Hotchkiss";s:6:"Hummel";s:6:"Hummel";s:8:"Hummel_0";s:6:"Hummel";s:9:"Hummel_01";s:9:"Hummel 01";s:16:"Hummel_Ausf_1943";s:14:"Hummel Ausf. A";s:17:"Hummel_Ausf_1943B";s:24:"Hummelketten Ausf. 1943B";s:16:"Hummel_Ausf_1944";s:14:"Hummel Ausf. B";s:8:"Hummel_B";s:8:"Hummel B";s:12:"Hummel_descr";s:141:"Produced from 1943 through 1944, with a total of 666 vehicles manufactured. They first saw combat in the Battle of Kursk (Operation Citadel).";s:12:"Hummel_short";s:6:"Hummel";s:11:"JagdPanther";s:11:"Jagdpanther";s:13:"JagdPantherII";s:14:"JagdPanther II";s:19:"JagdPantherII_descr";s:161:"Developed on the basis of the Panther II. The vehicle was to be equipped with a 128 mm gun, with the cabin to be located in the rear. Existed only in blueprints.";s:19:"JagdPantherII_short";s:9:"JgPanthII";s:17:"JagdPanther_descr";s:150:"This tank destroyer was based on the Panther chassis. It was produced from January 1944 through March 1945, with a total of 392 vehicles manufactured.";s:17:"JagdPanther_short";s:9:"JgPanther";s:8:"JagdPzIV";s:9:"JagdPz IV";s:10:"JagdPzIV_0";s:9:"JagdPz IV";s:11:"JagdPzIV_01";s:12:"JagdPz IV 01";s:18:"JagdPzIV_Ausf_1940";s:24:"JagdPz-IV-Ketten Ausf. A";s:18:"JagdPzIV_Ausf_1943";s:19:"JagdPz-IV-Ostketten";s:14:"JagdPzIV_descr";s:129:"Produced from January 1944 through March 1945, with a total of 1,699 tank destroyers manufactured. They saw combat on all fronts.";s:14:"JagdPzIV_short";s:8:"JagdPzIV";s:11:"JagdPz_E100";s:12:"JagdPz E-100";s:17:"JagdPz_E100_descr";s:153:"The E-100 was conceived as the basis for a self-propelled gun, an antiaircraft vehicle, and a tank destroyer. However, the development was never started.";s:17:"JagdPz_E100_short";s:8:"JgPzE100";s:9:"JagdTiger";s:9:"Jagdtiger";s:19:"JagdTiger_SdKfz_185";s:23:"8.8 cm Pak 43 JagdTiger";s:25:"JagdTiger_SdKfz_185_descr";s:203:"In 1945, the production order for the Jagdtiger was increased, and the supply of compatible guns became insufficient. As a result, approximately 20 vehicles were equipped with the 8,8 cm PaK 43 L/71 gun.";s:25:"JagdTiger_SdKfz_185_short";s:13:"JgTiger8.8 cm";s:24:"JagdTiger_Standardketten";s:24:"Jagdtiger-Standardketten";s:26:"JagdTiger_Vetstaerktketten";s:28:"Jagdtiger verstärkte Ketten";s:15:"JagdTiger_descr";s:142:"Produced from July 1944 until the end of the war, with a total of almost 80 vehicles manufactured. They fought primarily on the Western Front.";s:14:"JagdTiger_turm";s:14:"Jagdtiger-Turm";s:11:"JgPzPanther";s:11:"Jagdpanther";s:20:"JgPzV_Standardketten";s:21:"JgPz-V-Ketten Ausf. A";s:22:"JgPzV_Vetstaerktketten";s:21:"JgPz-V-Ketten Ausf. 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B";s:5:"MB507";s:5:"MB507";s:8:"MarderII";s:24:"Marder-II-Ketten Ausf. A";s:21:"MarderIIketten_ausf_B";s:24:"Marder-II-Ketten Ausf. B";s:10:"Marder_III";s:10:"Marder III";s:16:"Marder_III_descr";s:251:"Tank destroyer on the basis of the PzKpfw 38 (t). The PaK 40 or the PaK 36(r) gun was installed in an open cockpit. Entered service at the end of 1942. The vehicle was mass-produced until the middle of 1944 and was in service until the end of the war.";s:16:"Marder_III_short";s:9:"MarderIII";s:10:"Marderturm";s:10:"Marderturm";s:4:"Maus";s:4:"Maus";s:10:"Maus_descr";s:123:"Developed from June 1942 through July 1944, with two prototypes produced, only one of which received a turret and armament.";s:10:"Maus_short";s:4:"Maus";s:10:"Mausketten";s:10:"Mausketten";s:8:"Mausturm";s:8:"Mausturm";s:13:"Maybach_HL45P";s:15:"Maybach HL 45 P";s:14:"Maybach_HL57TR";s:16:"Maybach HL 57 TR";s:14:"Maybach_HL62TR";s:16:"Maybach HL 62 TR";s:15:"Maybach_HL62TRM";s:17:"Maybach HL 62 TRM";s:13:"Maybach_HL66P";s:15:"Maybach HL 66 P";s:12:"Maybach_HL90";s:13:"Maybach HL 90";s:16:"Maybach_HL_108TR";s:17:"Maybach HL 108 TR";s:14:"Maybach_HL_116";s:14:"Maybach HL 116";s:17:"Maybach_HL_120_TR";s:17:"Maybach HL 120 TR";s:18:"Maybach_HL_120_TRM";s:18:"Maybach HL 120 TRM";s:20:"Maybach_HL_120_TRM_B";s:20:"Maybach HL 120 TRM B";s:15:"Maybach_HL_157P";s:16:"Maybach HL 157 P";s:14:"Maybach_HL_174";s:14:"Maybach HL 174";s:17:"Maybach_HL_174_05";s:13:"Maybach HL 87";s:17:"Maybach_HL_210P30";s:19:"Maybach HL 210 P 30";s:20:"Maybach_HL_210P30_05";s:19:"Maybach HL 110 P 30";s:24:"Maybach_HL_210P30_Ausf_A";s:25:"Maybach HL 210 P30 Ausf A";s:20:"Maybach_HL_230P45_05";s:19:"Maybach HL 130 P 50";s:24:"Maybach_HL_234P30_Ausf_A";s:27:"Maybach HL 234 P 30 Ausf. A";s:17:"Maybach_HL_234P60";s:22:"Maybach HL 295 Ausf. B";s:14:"Maybach_NL38TR";s:16:"Maybach HL 38 TR";s:7:"Nashorn";s:7:"Nashorn";s:13:"Nashorn_descr";s:206:"Known as Hornisse before 1944, the vehicle used the same chassis as a heavy self-propelled gun Hummel. First saw combat in the summer of 1943 on the Eastern front. A total of 494 vehicles were manufactured.";s:13:"Nashorn_short";s:7:"Nashorn";s:10:"Panther_II";s:10:"Panther II";s:16:"Panther_II_descr";s:167:"The vehicle was conceived in 1943. Two prototypes with the existing Panther I turrets were ordered in 1944. By 1945 only one of them had been built by the MAN company.";s:16:"Panther_II_short";s:10:"Panther II";s:11:"PanzerJager";s:12:"Panzerjäger";s:13:"PanzerJager_I";s:14:"Panzerjäger I";s:19:"PanzerJager_I_descr";s:175:"From March 1940 through February 1941, a total of 202 PzKpfw I were converted into tank destroyers, the Panzerjäger I. 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G";s:21:"Pz-V_Vetstaerktketten";s:26:"PzKpfw-V-Ketten Ausf. 1945";s:11:"Pz-V_ketten";s:15:"PzKpfw-V-Ketten";s:5:"Pz35t";s:13:"PzKpfw 35 (t)";s:20:"Pz35t_Standardketten";s:28:"PzKpfw-35-(t)-Standardketten";s:18:"Pz35t_Standardturm";s:26:"PzKpfw-35-(t)-Standardturm";s:20:"Pz35t_Verstaerktturm";s:31:"PzKpfw 35 (t) verstärkter Turm";s:21:"Pz35t_VerstaerktturmA";s:39:"PzKpfw 35 (t) verstärkter Turm Ausf. A";s:22:"Pz35t_Vetstaerktketten";s:32:"PzKpfw 35 (t) verstärkte Ketten";s:23:"Pz35t_VetstaerktkettenA";s:40:"PzKpfw 35 (t) verstärkte Ketten Ausf. A";s:11:"Pz35t_descr";s:157:"Produced from 1935 through 1938 in Czechoslovakia. A total of 202 of these vehicles were appropriated by the Wehrmacht in 1938 and were used for three years.";s:11:"Pz35t_short";s:5:"Pz35t";s:7:"Pz38_NA";s:12:"PzKpfw 38 nA";s:13:"Pz38_NA_descr";s:217:"Developed on the chassis of the PzKpfw 38 (t) in the fall of 1939, this prototype used welding technology instead of rivets. The 250 h.p. engine allowed for a top speed of 62 km/h. The vehicle was never mass-produced.";s:13:"Pz38_NA_short";s:6:"Pz38nA";s:5:"Pz38t";s:13:"PzKpfw 38 (t)";s:17:"Pz38t_Ausf_G_turm";s:26:"PzKpfw-38-(t)-Turm Ausf. G";s:20:"Pz38t_Standardketten";s:28:"PzKpfw-38-(t)-Standardketten";s:22:"Pz38t_Vetstaerktketten";s:32:"PzKpfw 38 (t) verstärkte Ketten";s:11:"Pz38t_descr";s:173:"The tank was developed for the Czechoslovakian Army. However, it was mostly produced for the Panzerwaffe from 1939 through 1942, with a total of 1,411 vehicles manufactured.";s:11:"Pz38t_short";s:5:"Pz38t";s:4:"PzII";s:9:"PzKpfw II";s:5:"PzIII";s:10:"PzKpfw III";s:8:"PzIII-IV";s:13:"PzKpfw III-IV";s:15:"PzIII-IV_ausf_B";s:21:"PzKpfw III IV Ausf. B";s:7:"PzIII_A";s:18:"PzKpfw III Ausf. A";s:13:"PzIII_A_descr";s:133:"Produced in 1937, with a total of 10 vehicles manufactured. The project was canceled due to its weak suspension and inadequate armor.";s:13:"PzIII_A_short";s:7:"PzIII A";s:12:"PzIII_Ausf_A";s:23:"PzKpfw-III-Turm Ausf. A";s:12:"PzIII_Ausf_C";s:23:"PzKpfw-III-Turm Ausf. C";s:12:"PzIII_Ausf_E";s:23:"PzKpfw-III-Turm Ausf. E";s:12:"PzIII_Ausf_M";s:23:"PzKpfw-III-Turm Ausf. M";s:8:"PzIII_IV";s:13:"PzKpfw III/IV";s:14:"PzIII_IV_descr";s:123:"The tank was intended to use parts and components of the PzKpfw III and PzKpfw IV vehicles. Only blueprints were developed.";s:14:"PzIII_IV_short";s:8:"PzIII/IV";s:11:"PzIII_descr";s:174:"Used the \"classic\" chassis starting with the Ausführung E. Produced from December 1938 to February 1943, a total of 4,958 tanks and 321 command vehicles were manufactured.";s:11:"PzIII_short";s:5:"PzIII";s:18:"PzIIIketten_Ausf_A";s:25:"PzKpfw-III-Ketten Ausf. A";s:18:"PzIIIketten_Ausf_B";s:25:"PzKpfw-III-Ketten Ausf. B";s:18:"PzIIIketten_Ausf_J";s:25:"PzKpfw-III-Ketten Ausf. 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J";s:10:"PzII_descr";s:155:"The A, B, C, and F models were produced from March 1937 through April 1940 and from March 1941 through December 1942, with a total of 1,637 vehicles built.";s:11:"PzII_ketten";s:16:"PzKpfw-II-Ketten";s:18:"PzII_ketten_Ausf_A";s:24:"PzKpfw-II-Ketten Ausf. A";s:18:"PzII_ketten_Ausf_B";s:24:"PzKpfw-II-Ketten Ausf. B";s:10:"PzII_short";s:4:"PzII";s:9:"PzII_turm";s:14:"PzKpfw-II-Turm";s:15:"PzIIturm_ausf_J";s:22:"PzKpfw-II-Turm Ausf. J";s:4:"PzIV";s:9:"PzKpfw IV";s:14:"PzIV_Ausf_1940";s:24:"PzKpfw-IV-Ketten Ausf. A";s:14:"PzIV_Ausf_1942";s:19:"PzKpfw-IV-Ostketten";s:15:"PzIV_Ausf_1942A";s:29:"PzKpfw-IV-Ketten Ausf. 1942 A";s:10:"PzIV_Hydro";s:19:"PzKpfw IV Hydraulic";s:16:"PzIV_Hydro_descr";s:210:"This experimental version of the PzKpwf IV Ausf. G, incorporating hydrostatic drive, began development in 1944. Trials were discontinued due to the unreliability of the transmission and the lack of spare parts.";s:16:"PzIV_Hydro_short";s:9:"PzIV Hyd.";s:15:"PzIV_Shmallturm";s:20:"PzKpfw-IV-Schmalturm";s:13:"PzIV_Standart";s:22:"PzKpfw-IV-Standardturm";s:14:"PzIV_StandartA";s:25:"PzKpfw-IV-Turm Standard A";s:11:"PzIV_ausf_F";s:22:"PzKpfw-IV-Turm Ausf. F";s:11:"PzIV_ausf_H";s:22:"PzKpfw-IV-Turm Ausf. H";s:10:"PzIV_descr";s:251:"Produced in greater numbers than any other tank of the Panzerwaffe. Manufactured from October 1937 through March 1945, with a total production of 8,519 tanks plus command vehicles. 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H2";s:17:"PzVI_Porsche_Turm";s:29:"PzKpfw-VI-Tiger-I-Porscheturm";s:18:"PzVI_Porsche_Turm1";s:23:"PzKpfw-VI-Porscheturm A";s:19:"PzVI_Standardketten";s:15:"Transportketten";s:12:"PzVI_Tiger_P";s:19:"PzKpfw VI Tiger (P)";s:18:"PzVI_Tiger_P_descr";s:216:"Work on the VK4501(P) was initiated in April 1942. The prototype was developed immediately and entered production without any trials. In August production was discontinued, with a total of five vehicles manufactured.";s:18:"PzVI_Tiger_P_short";s:7:"Tiger P";s:21:"PzVI_Vetstaerktketten";s:11:"Breitketten";s:22:"PzVI_Vetstaerktketten1";s:28:"PzKpfw VI verstärkte Ketten";s:10:"PzVI_descr";s:402:"Development of the Tiger I was started in 1937 by the Henschel company. Mass production began in 1942, with an eventual total of 1354 vehicles manufactured. The tank first saw combat in the fighting for Leningrad, and Tigers were at the forefront of battles from Tunisia to Kursk. 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F";s:19:"Turret_2_Panther_II";s:21:"Panther-II-Schmalturm";s:16:"Turret_2_Pz38_NA";s:25:"PzKpfw-38-nA-Turm-Ausf. G";s:21:"Turret_2_PzVI_Tiger_P";s:22:"Tiger-(P)-Turm Ausf. F";s:15:"Turret_2_VK2801";s:20:"VK-2801-Turm Ausf. F";s:16:"Turret_2_VK4502A";s:24:"VK-4502-(A)-Turm Ausf. F";s:6:"VK1602";s:15:"VK 1602 Leopard";s:12:"VK1602_descr";s:165:"Developed from March through October 1942. The plans were to launch mass production in April 1943, but the project was canceled before the first prototype was built.";s:12:"VK1602_short";s:7:"Leopard";s:6:"VK2801";s:7:"VK 2801";s:12:"VK2801_descr";s:193:"The vehicle was intended as a standard light tank of the Panzerwaffe and a basis for antiaircraft tanks and vehicles able to ride on any terrain and railroad tracks. Existed only in blueprints.";s:12:"VK2801_short";s:6:"VK2801";s:7:"VK3001H";s:11:"VK 3001 (H)";s:17:"VK3001H_Eliteturm";s:21:"VK-3001-(H)-Großturm";s:20:"VK3001H_Standardturm";s:24:"VK-3001-(H)-Standardturm";s:14:"VK3001H_ausf_B";s:26:"VK-3001-(H)-Ketten Ausf. B";s:13:"VK3001H_descr";s:172:"Prototype based on the Henschel hull, with four chassis produced for this model from March through October 1941. The Krupp company manufactured 12 turrets for this vehicle.";s:13:"VK3001H_short";s:7:"VK3001H";s:7:"VK3001P";s:11:"VK 3001 (P)";s:18:"VK3001P_Krupp_turm";s:22:"VK-3001-(P)-Krupp-Turm";s:20:"VK3001P_Porsche_turm";s:24:"VK-3001-(P)-Porsche-Turm";s:14:"VK3001P_ausf_B";s:26:"VK-3001-(P)-Ketten Ausf. B";s:13:"VK3001P_descr";s:114:"Two prototypes were built on the Porsche chassis from 1940 to 1941, but the vehicle never entered mass production.";s:13:"VK3001P_short";s:7:"VK3001P";s:8:"VK3002DB";s:12:"VK 3002 (DB)";s:19:"VK3002DB_Shmallturm";s:23:"VK-3002-(DB)-Schmalturm";s:24:"VK3002DB_Standardtketten";s:27:"VK-3002-(DB)-Standardketten";s:25:"VK3002DB_Vetstaerktketten";s:31:"VK 3002 (DB) verstärkte Ketten";s:14:"VK3002DB_descr";s:161:"Developed as a response to and under the influence of the Soviet T-34. The initial order for the production of 200 vehicles was canceled in favor of the Panther.";s:14:"VK3002DB_short";s:8:"VK3002DB";s:13:"VK3002DB_turm";s:17:"VK-3002-(DB)-Turm";s:7:"VK3601H";s:11:"VK 3601 (H)";s:18:"VK3601H_Grosseturm";s:21:"VK-3601-(H)-Großturm";s:20:"VK3601H_Standardturm";s:24:"VK-3601-(H)-Standardturm";s:13:"VK3601H_descr";s:167:"Six chassis and one prototype of this vehicle were produced at the beginning of 1942. 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The perk is more effective when combined with Improved Ventilation, Extra Combat Rations, Chocolate, Case of Cola, and Strong Coffee.";s:25:"tankman/skills/camouflage";s:10:"Camouflage";s:31:"tankman/skills/camouflage_descr";s:220:"<shortDesc>The skill reduces vehicle visibility.</shortDesc> The effect increases with skill level. Effective skill level is averaged across the entire crew. The skill is more effective when combined with Camouflage Net.";s:33:"tankman/skills/commander_eagleEye";s:5:"Recon";s:39:"tankman/skills/commander_eagleEye_descr";s:250:"<shortDesc>The skill increases Maximum View Range.</shortDesc> The effect increases with skill level. 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The perk is more effective when combined with \"Wet\" Ammo Rack.";s:19:"tankman/skills/main";s:13:"Primary skill";s:30:"tankman/skills/radioman_finder";s:21:"Situational Awareness";s:36:"tankman/skills/radioman_finder_descr";s:221:"<shortDesc>The skill extends View Range.</shortDesc> The effect increases with skill level. If two Radio Operators have the skill, only the higher rating is effective. The skill is more effective when combined with Recon.";s:32:"tankman/skills/radioman_inventor";s:15:"Signal Boosting";s:38:"tankman/skills/radioman_inventor_descr";s:169:"<shortDesc>The skill extends Signal Range.</shortDesc> The effect increases with skill level. 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Shell types differ in penetration and damage.";s:5:"tip10";s:73:"Enemy artillery positions can be tracked by watching their shell tracers.";s:6:"tip100";s:75:"You can transfer crew members to another tank or send them to the Barracks.";s:6:"tip101";s:58:"An injured crew member receives less experience in battle.";s:6:"tip102";s:50:"You cannot start a battle with an incomplete crew.";s:6:"tip103";s:72:"The speed of your crew's advancement depends on their success in battle.";s:6:"tip104";s:58:"Commander's skills influence the skills of the whole crew.";s:6:"tip105";s:74:"You cannot transfer a crew member to a vehicle of a different nationality.";s:6:"tip106";s:196:"The \"Accelerate Crew Training\" mode available for Elite vehicles allows to use battle experience to improve crew qualification. A crew member with the lowest perk level receives more experience.";s:6:"tip107";s:59:"Changing vehicle class greatly complicates crew retraining.";s:6:"tip108";s:101:"Training your crew to 100% in their major qualification unlocks additional skills and qualifications.";s:6:"tip109";s:80:"Not all additional skills and qualifications are available to every crew member.";s:5:"tip11";s:49:"Artillery is the primary firepower of your force.";s:6:"tip110";s:52:"A good tanker has several additional qualifications.";s:6:"tip111";s:92:"The list of additional modules available depends on the type and nationality of the vehicle.";s:6:"tip112";s:76:"Some additional modules, but not all, can be transferred to another vehicle.";s:6:"tip113";s:80:"The higher the skills of the Gunner, the faster the sight locks onto the target.";s:6:"tip114";s:73:"The higher the skills of the Commander, the greater the crew performance.";s:6:"tip115";s:63:"An experienced Driver makes more effective use of engine power.";s:6:"tip116";s:46:"An experienced Loader will load shells faster.";s:6:"tip117";s:48:"A Commander's skill level determines view range.";s:6:"tip118";s:72:"A competent Radio Operator is able to communicate over longer distances.";s:6:"tip119";s:70:"Additional modules improve crew efficiency or vehicle characteristics.";s:5:"tip12";s:47:"Enemy artillery must be your primary objective.";s:6:"tip120";s:69:"Vehicles with all technical branches researched acquire Elite status.";s:6:"tip121";s:72:"Experience earned on Elite vehicles can be converted to Free Experience.";s:6:"tip122";s:56:"A vehicle's Elite status does not depend on crew skills.";s:6:"tip123";s:118:"The administration will never ask for your password for any reason. All such requests should be considered fraudulent.";s:6:"tip124";s:100:"Moderators, Technical Support staff, and Developers will never ask for your password for any reason.";s:6:"tip125";s:89:"Never share your password, not even with those who claim to represent the administration.";s:6:"tip126";s:70:"Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake. It's impolite!";s:6:"tip127";s:136:"Destroying all enemies will not earn you any exceptional bonuses. Capturing the enemy base is often the most efficient route to victory.";s:6:"tip128";s:120:"Sometimes capturing a base is the easiest and safest option. Destroying all enemies will not earn you any extra bonuses.";s:6:"tip129";s:131:"Destroyed vehicles are locked through the end of the battle. You can return to the Garage and join a new battle on another vehicle.";s:5:"tip13";s:68:"Protect your artillery or they will be an easy target for the enemy.";s:6:"tip130";s:150:"In Tank Company and Clan battles, half of the credits and experience points earned in battle by the defeated team are transferred to the winning team.";s:5:"tip14";s:51:"Tank Destroyers are designed for ambush operations.";s:5:"tip15";s:34:"Maneuvering is the key to victory.";s:5:"tip16";s:70:"Even the heaviest tank cannot kill all of the enemies without support.";s:5:"tip17";s:79:"Auto-aim does not guarantee 100% precision. Experienced tankers use manual aim.";s:5:"tip18";s:71:"Zigzagging maneuvers help light and medium vehicles dodge enemy shells.";s:5:"tip19";s:78:"Even the most heavily armored vehicle has its weak points: the sides and rear.";s:4:"tip2";s:74:"Light tanks are the eyes and ears of the team. Use them to find the enemy.";s:5:"tip20";s:61:"To mount some modules you may have to replace the suspension.";s:5:"tip21";s:48:"Some guns might require mounting another turret.";s:5:"tip22";s:64:"Don't overlook your radio unless you like being blind in battle.";s:5:"tip23";s:95:"Caliber is not the only gauge of gun performance. Rate of fire and accuracy are also important.";s:5:"tip24";s:122:"A well-armored target that cannot be defeated with Armor Piercing shells can be quite vulnerable to High-Explosive shells.";s:5:"tip25";s:55:"Vehicles of each class often require different tactics.";s:5:"tip26";s:90:"Some vehicles are best for close-range maneuvers, while others excel at long-range combat.";s:5:"tip27";s:79:"Vehicles that stop moving while under enemy fire quickly become smoking wrecks.";s:5:"tip28";s:91:"High-Explosive shells are quite effective against light vehicles and SPGs with open cabins.";s:5:"tip29";s:63:"Use both firepower and ramming to destroy light tanks and SPGs.";s:4:"tip3";s:148:"The longer light tanks manage to survive among enemies, the more successful artillery performance will be, and the more targets will be knocked out.";s:5:"tip30";s:65:"Bushes make great camouflage, up to the second you fire your gun.";s:5:"tip31";s:60:"High-Explosive shells are great for causing critical damage.";s:5:"tip32";s:38:"To make a tank stop, shoot its tracks.";s:5:"tip33";s:69:"A low profile makes a vehicle harder to detect, especially in bushes.";s:5:"tip34";s:62:"Use Premium shells when Armor Piercing shells are ineffective.";s:5:"tip35";s:82:"Try High-Explosive shells in situations where even Premium shells are ineffective.";s:5:"tip36";s:46:"A stationary tank is more difficult to detect.";s:5:"tip37";s:71:"Do not fully rely on Auto-Aim. In some cases it is not accurate enough.";s:5:"tip38";s:79:"When using chat, make your messages constructive, worthwhile, and to the point.";s:5:"tip39";s:85:"Timely use of direct fire may provide SPGs a good chance of survival in close combat.";s:4:"tip4";s:63:"A light tank without a good radio becomes a burden to the team.";s:5:"tip40";s:99:"Enemy artillery can guess your location when you knock down trees or destroy fences and structures.";s:5:"tip41";s:62:"A light tank can be either immobile or intact, but never both.";s:5:"tip42";s:42:"It always makes sense to concentrate fire.";s:5:"tip43";s:90:"If you protect your artillery from light tanks, they will protect you from the heavy ones.";s:5:"tip44";s:96:"Self-propelled artillery excel at providing indirect fire, but can also fire directly if needed.";s:5:"tip45";s:89:"Observing the trajectory of tracers will help you detect the location of enemy artillery.";s:5:"tip46";s:33:"Even heavy vehicles need back up.";s:5:"tip47";s:98:"The more vehicles from your team that occupy the enemy base, the faster the base will be captured.";s:5:"tip48";s:39:"A draw means that neither team has won.";s:5:"tip49";s:63:"Base capture is interrupted when the occupying tank is damaged.";s:4:"tip5";s:99:"Suspension, radio, and engine are generally more important to a light tank than the gun and turret.";s:5:"tip50";s:103:"Maneuverability is determined by the type of suspension, engine power, and total weight of all modules.";s:5:"tip51";s:110:"The chance of fire depends on engine type, while a crew with skill in firefighting will put a fire out faster.";s:5:"tip52";s:40:"Detection of enemy vehicles is rewarded.";s:5:"tip53";s:79:"Buildings and destroyed vehicles can block enemy fire, unlike trees and bushes.";s:5:"tip54";s:98:"When damaged, a turret locks up. After immediate repairs it will function, but at a reduced speed.";s:5:"tip55";s:111:"When damaged, a gun locks up. It will function again after immediate repairs, but it will be highly inaccurate.";s:5:"tip56";s:101:"Damage to the ammo rack may result in reduced loading speed, or, in some cases, immediate detonation.";s:5:"tip57";s:61:"A damaged observation device considerably reduces view range.";s:5:"tip58";s:72:"Rate of fire is affected by the turret type and the skill of the Loader.";s:5:"tip59";s:72:"Injury to the Driver reduces the speed and maneuverability of a vehicle.";s:4:"tip6";s:91:"A driver of a light or medium tank who believes he is driving a heavy tank won't live long.";s:5:"tip60";s:61:"Loading speed is reduced when your Loader sustains an injury.";s:5:"tip61";s:55:"Firing accuracy is reduced when your Gunner is injured.";s:5:"tip62";s:91:"In addition to experience and credits, a Premium Account also gets you a nice clean Garage.";s:5:"tip63";s:34:"Don't leave gaps in your defenses.";s:5:"tip64";s:52:"You can use Free Experience to research any vehicle.";s:5:"tip65";s:69:"When researching modules and vehicles, Free Experience is spent last.";s:5:"tip66";s:84:"Censorship can be turned off in the game settings, but think twice before you do it.";s:5:"tip67";s:110:"A new suspension may enhance load capacity. This is often required before you can mount certain other modules.";s:5:"tip68";s:106:"Credits and experience are awarded not only for killing enemies, but also for detecting and damaging them.";s:5:"tip69";s:107:"Detonation of the ammo rack is not dependent on a shell type. However, an empty ammo rack does not explode.";s:4:"tip7";s:101:"The goal of a medium tank is to attack flanks and rear areas, and withdraw after delivering a thrust.";s:5:"tip70";s:31:"Shooting unmasks your position.";s:5:"tip71";s:63:"A critical hit either damages a module or wounds a crew member.";s:5:"tip72";s:85:"Using High-Explosive shells, it is possible to damage several vehicles with one shot.";s:5:"tip73";s:50:"APCR and HEAT shells have the highest penetration.";s:5:"tip74";s:96:"Make use of terrain irregularities, as they can provide refuge from direct fire and observation.";s:5:"tip75";s:42:"A well-coordinated team is a winning team.";s:5:"tip76";s:103:"If you are running out of space in your Garage, consider selling an old vehicle or buying another slot.";s:5:"tip77";s:64:"Use the Depot to sell vehicles, modules, or ammo you don't need.";s:5:"tip78";s:142:"If anyone asks for your password, it's a scam. Administrators will never need your password for any reason. Always keep your password private.";s:5:"tip79";s:33:"Premium tanks are cheaper to use.";s:4:"tip8";s:88:"A wolf pack of medium tanks is capable of hounding even the strongest opponent to death.";s:5:"tip80";s:66:"You will not be rewarded for killing an ally—quite the opposite.";s:5:"tip81";s:96:"Your radio's signal power determines your ability to exchange information about enemy positions.";s:5:"tip82";s:87:"View range is the maximum observable distance to the enemy, unless the enemy is hiding.";s:5:"tip83";s:57:"The higher your vehicle's speed, the lower your accuracy.";s:5:"tip84";s:146:"Traversing your turret and hull reduces your firing accuracy, so after a maneuver is complete, wait for the aiming circle to snap onto the target.";s:5:"tip85";s:57:"Tank Destroyers are harder to detect than other vehicles.";s:5:"tip86";s:117:"Unlike other shell types, penetration parameters of High-Explosive and HEAT shells are not dependent on firing range.";s:5:"tip87";s:123:"Top speed is determined by the suspension. Acceleration is dependent on engine power, tank weight, and the type of terrain.";s:5:"tip88";s:99:"The suspension's crossing capacity is affected by different terrain, like roads, fields, or swamps.";s:5:"tip89";s:106:"When vehicles collide, damage is delivered based on the ratio of weight, speed, and armor of the vehicles.";s:4:"tip9";s:51:"Frequent relocation is key to the survival of SPGs.";s:5:"tip90";s:48:"It is always tougher to penetrate frontal armor.";s:5:"tip91";s:88:"The speed the sight snaps to the target is determined by the gun type and gunner skills.";s:5:"tip92";s:96:"If disconnected, you can return to the battle within 2 minutes. 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In 1952 the order was placed for production of 300 vehicles to fight in the Korean War. The tank was designated as M103.";s:13:"M10_Wolverine";s:13:"M10 Wolverine";s:19:"M10_Wolverine_descr";s:245:"The most widely-produced American tank destroyer, with a total of 6,706 vehicles, in two basic variants, manufactured from September 1942 through January 1944. More than a third of all Wolverines were supplied to allied nations under Lend-Lease.";s:19:"M10_Wolverine_short";s:3:"M10";s:3:"M12";s:3:"M12";s:9:"M12_descr";s:194:"The M12 was developed by the Rock Island Arsenal, with a total of 100 vehicles manufactured. American soldiers dubbed the vehicle King Kong. The M12 fought well in battles on the Siegfried Line.";s:3:"M14";s:3:"M14";s:11:"M18_Hellcat";s:11:"M18 Hellcat";s:17:"M18_Hellcat_descr";s:395:"The development of the vehicle was started in 1942. In April 1943 the General Motors company produced the first prototypes. One of a few American tank destroyers manufactured on its original chassis, not on a chassis of a tank. The tank destroyer became the most high-speed armored vehicle of this type of World War II. A total of 2507 vehicles were produced from July 1943 through October 1944.";s:17:"M18_Hellcat_short";s:3:"M18";s:3:"M19";s:3:"M19";s:10:"M22_Locust";s:10:"M22 Locust";s:16:"M22_Locust_descr";s:224:"Initially designed for airborne operations, the Locust was never used as such during World War II. In the absence of a good air delivery system, the Ordnance Department became less enthusiastic about any further development.";s:16:"M22_Locust_short";s:3:"M22";s:3:"M24";s:7:"Chaffee";s:5:"M24A1";s:5:"M24A1";s:11:"M24_Chaffee";s:11:"M24 Chaffee";s:17:"M24_Chaffee_descr";s:230:"The vehicle was intended as a replacement for the M3 Stuart. The M24 entered service in September 1943. They were produced at Massey-Harris and General Motors factories until July 1945, with a total of 4,731 vehicles manufactured.";s:17:"M24_Chaffee_short";s:7:"Chaffee";s:8:"M2D27810";s:8:"M2D27810";s:8:"M2D27812";s:8:"M2D27812";s:5:"M2M19";s:5:"M2M19";s:4:"M2M7";s:4:"M2M7";s:5:"M2_lt";s:13:"M2 Light Tank";s:11:"M2_lt_descr";s:185:"Infantry support tank. A total of 696 vehicles were manufactured from 1935 through 1942. The tank saw combat with the U.S. Marines on Guadalcanal. It was withdrawn from service in 1942.";s:11:"M2_lt_short";s:5:"M2 LT";s:6:"M2_med";s:14:"M2 Medium Tank";s:12:"M2_med_descr";s:171:"The only American medium tank adopted in the interwar period, with a total of 146 vehicles in two variants manufactured from 1939 through 1941. The M2 MT never saw action.";s:12:"M2_med_short";s:5:"M2 MT";s:11:"M36_Slagger";s:11:"M36 Slugger";s:17:"M36_Slagger_descr";s:188:"The most powerful American tank destroyer. The M36 was developed on the chassis of the M10A1 and M10, with a total of 2,324 vehicles manufactured from November 1943 through September 1945.";s:17:"M36_Slagger_short";s:3:"M36";s:3:"M37";s:3:"M37";s:5:"M37D1";s:5:"M37D1";s:9:"M37_descr";s:185:"Developed in 1945 on the basis of the M24, with a total of 150 vehicles manufactured. The tank was never used in combat during World War II, but it did see action during the Korean War.";s:8:"M3_Grant";s:6:"M3 Lee";s:14:"M3_Grant_descr";s:253:"Developed on the basis of the M2, with a total of 6,258 vehicles manufactured from June 1941 through December 1942. The vehicle saw combat in North Africa and the Philippines. The M3 Grant was supplied to Great Britain and the U.S.S.R. under Lend-Lease.";s:4:"M3_S";s:4:"M3 S";s:9:"M3_Stuart";s:9:"M3 Stuart";s:15:"M3_Stuart_descr";s:168:"The best-known light tank of World War II, with a total of 13,859 vehicles manufactured from 1941 through September 1943. The M3 Stuart was used in all theaters of war.";s:6:"M40M43";s:7:"M40/M43";s:12:"M40M43_descr";s:175:"The Long Tom and its successor, the M43, became the most powerful Allied SPGs. The M40 fought in the battle for Cologne in 1945. Both vehicles were used during the Korean War.";s:3:"M41";s:3:"M41";s:9:"M41_descr";s:193:"Self-propelled gun developed on the basis of the M24, with 60 vehicles actually produced out of a total of 250 ordered. The M41 did not see action in World War II, but fought in the Korean War.";s:3:"M44";s:3:"M44";s:10:"M46_Patton";s:10:"M46 Patton";s:16:"M46_Patton_descr";s:233:"Developed in 1948 and 1949, the M46 Patton was a modernized and improved version of the M26 Pershing. A total of 1,168 M46 tanks, in two basic variants, were manufactured between 1949 and 1951. Pattons saw wide use in the Korean War.";s:16:"M46_Patton_short";s:6:"Patton";s:6:"M4A2E4";s:6:"M4A2E4";s:12:"M4A2E4_descr";s:165:"Work on this experimental vehicle started in March 1943. Two prototypes were built by July. The vehicle passed trials, but was never mass-produced or used in action.";s:14:"M4A3E8_Sherman";s:14:"M4A3E8 Sherman";s:20:"M4A3E8_Sherman_descr";s:248:"Officially named the M4A3(76)W HVSS, but generally known as the Easy Eight. At the end of March 1945 a new suspension was designed for the M4 series, allowing greater mobility as well as heavier armor. The result was a highly effective medium tank.";s:20:"M4A3E8_Sherman_short";s:6:"M4A3E8";s:10:"M4_Sherman";s:10:"M4 Sherman";s:16:"M4_Sherman_descr";s:176:"The first production version of the Sherman, the most common American tank, with an amazing total of 49,234 vehicles manufactured. The Sherman first saw combat in North Africa.";s:16:"M4_Sherman_short";s:2:"M4";s:9:"M5_Stuart";s:9:"M5 Stuart";s:15:"M5_Stuart_descr";s:164:"The M5 Stuart entered production in April 1942. By June 1944 a total of 10,884 vehicles in two variants had been produced. 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Development started in 1934, but was soon suspended. After a pause, development resumed in 1939, but the vehicle never entered mass production.";s:7:"SU100M1";s:8:"SU-100M1";s:13:"SU100M1_descr";s:226:"Developed at the UHMP (Ural Heavy Machinery Plant) on the basis of the T-34-85. The fighting compartment was located in the rear. The vehicle superceded by the SU-100M-2, based on the basis of the T-44, and never manufactured.";s:8:"SU122_54";s:9:"SU-122-54";s:14:"SU122_54_descr";s:209:"Development was started in 1948. The T-54 tank was used as a basis for this tank destroyer. The vehicle entered service in 1954. Mass production was launched in 1955, with a total of 100 vehicles manufactured.";s:14:"SU122_54_short";s:9:"SU-122-54";s:5:"SU76I";s:6:"SU-76I";s:11:"SU76I_descr";s:187:"Developed on the basis of captured German StuG III and PzKpfw III vehicles in 1943. 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Vehicle development was suspended during the preliminary design phase and then discontinued due to problems with the V-3 diesel engine.";s:4:"T-18";s:4:"MS-1";s:7:"T-18Bis";s:4:"T-18";s:13:"T-18_Standart";s:14:"MS-1 hexagonal";s:8:"T-18_mod";s:15:"MS-1 modernized";s:4:"T-26";s:4:"T-26";s:5:"T-26F";s:5:"T-26F";s:5:"T-26M";s:5:"T-26M";s:10:"T-26_conic";s:12:"T-26 conical";s:16:"T-26_cylindrical";s:16:"T-26 cylindrical";s:10:"T-26_descr";s:168:"Produced in greater numbers than any other tank of the Red Army during the pre-war period, with 11,218 vehicles in four main modifications built from 1931 through 1941.";s:4:"T-28";s:4:"T-28";s:6:"T-28_0";s:4:"T-28";s:6:"T-28_A";s:5:"T-28A";s:10:"T-28_conic";s:12:"T-28 conical";s:16:"T-28_cylindrical";s:16:"T-28 cylindrical";s:10:"T-28_descr";s:191:"Designed and adopted for service as a breakthrough tank. 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In 1949 production of a new variant was launched.";s:4:"T150";s:5:"T-150";s:10:"T150_descr";s:264:"The T-150 was a further development of the KV-1. The vehicle weighed as much as 50 tons. The T-150 underwent trials in the first half of 1941. A prototype fought in the battles for Leningrad, and became a basis for a modification of the KV-1 with reinforced armor.";s:5:"TD-30";s:5:"M-50D";s:6:"T_50_2";s:6:"T-50-2";s:12:"T_50_2_descr";s:278:"The designs of the T-50 were submitted by the Construction Bureau of the Kirov Plant (Leningrad) and Plant 174. The design introduced by the Kirov Plant was more difficult to implement. 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