was a Soviet vehicle used during World War II. It was a cargo truck with a gasoline engine and four-wheel drive. A Katyusha rocket battery could be attached to its rear, a weapon feared by the Germans due to its high rate of fire and ability to saturate the front lines with explosive projectiles. The BM-13 “Katyusha” was widely used in the second half of World War II and became a symbol of Soviet military power at the time, which the Germans nicknamed “Stalin’s organs” because of the whistling sound the rockets made when fired, reminiscent of a church organ.
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