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1:100 Tank BT-2 3d printed

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1:100 Tank BT-2

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Soviet Union (1931) Fast tank- 650 built
BT means Bystrochodnij Tankov (Fast Tank). It was indeed a new class of its own, originally invented and refined in the USA, as the brainchild of American Engineer Walter J. Christie, which had a tremendous influence in tank design during the thirties. Christie has observed WWI tanks in action and the beginnings of US tank postwar development at home. He had realized how deep was the gap between the fast armored cars, but with poor off-road capabilities, and the slow, but all-terrain proved tracked tanks. He devised new ways to cope with this problem, revolving around power-to-weight ratio and new suspension designs. His first prototype was ready in 1923, but was rejected by the US Army.

 
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