15mm Soviet Tanks for 1946

Forged in Battle have released some photographs of new tanks to oppose the German super heavy tanks they have already shown.


The T-44 was a medium tank first produced towards the end of the Second World War by the Soviet Union. It was the successor to the famous T-34. Fewer than two thousand T-44s were built, but the design became the basis for the T-54/55 series of main battle tanks, the most-produced tank of all time.


The SU 101 and SU102 were experimental Soviet propelled artillery units developed during World War II. Were created in the Uralmash design office in autumn 1944 – spring 1945 based on the chassis of medium tanks T-44 and T-34-85 and were intended to replace the SU-100. Despite the prospects and high performance for its time, with the end of the war, it was decided to terminate further work on them in connection with inexpediency deployment of new SPG based on tanks units of war period, are not fully met the requirements of the operating time of peace.