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Lyudmila Pavlichenko was the deadliest female sniper of the WW2. Killing 309 German soldiers, she stood as one of the most successful snipers of all time. The Army promoted hand decorated her for her talent. After the war, she was praised as a National Hero and kept working under the Red Army as a sniper instructor.
Fw-190 was the brainchild of the famous German engineer Kurt Tank. It possessed some advantages over the Bf-109 such as a more powerful engine. Focke-Wulf's engine was a BMW-built radial engine producing 1,600 horsepower. This engine made the Fw-190 a killer at high altitude.
In addition, it had a wide undercarriage, preventing accidents during landing which was often experienced by Bf-109 pilots.
28 Kasım 2017 Salı
Panther was the Germans's answer to the successful T-34. The Germans saw through the weaknesses of the Panzer Mark IV, and simply copied some of the best specifications of the T-34. Sloped armor and thick tracks were some the design elements that the Germans implemented to their new tank. This new design proved effective on the battlefield. Yet, it never overcame the mechanical problems of the tank.