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ALLIES

ALLIES

M5 Stuart

LIGHT

Named after the Civil War General J.E.B. Stuart, these light American tanks were used widely throughout the war despite their lack of firepower.

M24 Chaffee

LIGHT

Made to replace the M5 Stuart, the M24 Chaffee incorporated a 75mm gun but kept its armor light to keep the weight of the vehicle under 20 tons. The glacis plate was only 25 mm thick, but sloped to maximize effectiveness.

M4A1 Sherman

MEDIUM

The M4 Sherman was the most numerous battle tank used by the Allies in the war. Though it could not compete with superior German tanks late in the war, the Sherman proved to be very reliable, cheaper to produce, and available in greater numbers.

T-34

MEDIUM

With large tracks to cope with mud and snow, thick sloped armor, good speed, and extreme reliability, it’s no wonder the T-34 is one of the longest-serving tanks ever built, as well as a big surprise to the overconfident Germans.

M26 Pershing

HEAVY

Designed to improve on the M4 Sherman, the M26 Pershing’s prolonged development saw only a small number enter combat. With its firepower, mobility, and protection, the Pershing is considered second only to the German Panther tank.

KV-2

HEAVY

The Russian KV tanks were known for their heavy armor protection early in the war, and the KV-2 wielded a 152-mm howitzer much more powerful than the KV-1. But with its larger size, the KV-2 was slower and made for an easier target.

AXIS

AXIS

Panzer II

LIGHT

Named after the Civil War General J.E.B. Stuart, these light American tanks were used widely throughout the war despite their lack of firepower.

PZ 38(T)

LIGHT

Made to replace the M5 Stuart, the M24 Chaffee incorporated a 75mm gun but kept its armor light to keep the weight of the vehicle under 20 tons. The glacis plate was only 25 mm thick, but sloped to maximize effectiveness.

Panzer IV

MEDIUM

The M4 Sherman was the most numerous battle tank used by the Allies in the war. Though it could not compete with superior German tanks late in the war, the Sherman proved to be very reliable, cheaper to produce, and available in greater numbers.

Panther

MEDIUM

With large tracks to cope with mud and snow, thick sloped armor, good speed, and extreme reliability, it’s no wonder the T-34 is one of the longest-serving tanks ever built, as well as a big surprise to the overconfident Germans.

Tiger

HEAVY

Designed to improve on the M4 Sherman, the M26 Pershing’s prolonged development saw only a small number enter combat. With its firepower, mobility, and protection, the Pershing is considered second only to the German Panther tank.

King Tiger

HEAVY

The Russian KV tanks were known for their heavy armor protection early in the war, and the KV-2 wielded a 152-mm howitzer much more powerful than the KV-1. But with its larger size, the KV-2 was slower and made for an easier target.