This ICM box contains the Russian T-34/76 medium tank and four infantrymen mounted on the tank.
The Soviet T-34 medium tank was the most produced tank of World War II and one of the most iconic of the conflict. The one represented by ICM was developed at Kharkov plant 183 under the direction of M.I. Koshkin, serial production began in 1940 and was the first mass-produced medium tank with sloped armor, a powerful diesel engine and a 76.2 mm long-range gun. Until the end of 1941, it was the best tank in the world.
A modification with an improved shaped cast turret, known as a “nut”, was produced from 1942. In the spring of 1943, the tank was equipped with a cupola for the commander.
In total, between 1940 and 1944, 35,467 T-34/76 tanks were produced at six factories.
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