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The Semovente was an Italian self-propelled gun, developed in the 1930s and used by them as an infantry support weapon during World War II.
The Semovente was built using the M-13 chassis (also sometimes M-14) with a fixed superstructure and an effective 75 mm gun that was capable of destroying all the allied tanks. This, together with its low profile that made it difficult to reach, made this vehicle a very efficient weapon.
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