List of tanks of the Soviet Union

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T-34 tanks headed to the front.

This List of tanks of the Soviet Union lists tanks produced by the Soviet Union.[1]

Imperial Russia, World War I[edit]

Tractor of F. Blinov
Vezdekhod
Tsar tank
Tank of V.D. Mendeleev (project)
Tank of Rybinsk Works (project)
Locally built copy of the Renault FT-17

After World War I and early World War II[edit]

Tankettes[edit]

T-17
T-23
T-27 based on the Carden Loyd tankette

Amphibious light tanks[edit]

T-37
T-38

Light tanks[edit]

M-48
T-18 (MS-1)
T-19
T-26 mod.1931
T-26
T-46
T-127
BT-2
BT-5
BT-7
BT-7M, or BT-8
Teletank (TT)

Flame-throwing tanks[edit]

OT-26
OT-34

Medium tanks[edit]

T-24
Tank Grotte (TG) (experimental)
T-28

Heavy Tanks[edit]

T-35

World War II[edit]

The list does not include all vehicles, as there were many more experimental, or otherwise rare vehicles.

Light tanks[edit]

T-40 amphibious light tank
T-50
T-60
T-70
T-80
A-20

Medium tanks[edit]

T-34
T-34-85
T-34M (also known as the A-43) (not serially produced)
T-43 tank (not serially produced)
T-44
A-44 (not serially produced)
KV-13

Heavy tanks[edit]

SMK (experimental)
KV-1
KV-2
KV-1S
KV-3
KV-4
KV-5
KV-85
KV-220 (experimental)
IS-1
IS-2
IS-3
IS-4
IS-7
IS-8
T-100 tank (experimental)
T-150

Tank destroyers and assault guns[edit]

SU-76
SU-85
SU-100
SU-100Y
SU-100S
SU-122
SU-122-44
SU-152
ISU-122
ISU-152

After World War II[edit]

Amphibious light tanks[edit]

PT-76

Medium and Main Battle Tanks[edit]

T-54/55
T-62
T-64
T-72
T-80

Heavy tanks[edit]

IS-4
T-10

Tank destroyers and assault guns[edit]

SU-100P[2]
Object 704 (experimental)
Object 268 (experimental)

Post-Soviet tanks[edit]

T2S25 (Russia)
T-84 (Ukraine)
T-90 (Russia)
Object 640, also known as Black Eagle (Russia, cancelled in favour of T-90 & T-95)
Object 195, also known as T-95 (Russia, cancelled)
BM Oplot (Ukraine)

References[edit]

  1. ^ ru:Советская и российская бронетехника
  2. ^ Medium Self Propelled Artillery by A.V. Karpenko p,31
  • Milsom, John (1971). Russian Tanks, 1900–1970: The Complete Illustrated History of Soviet Armoured Theory and Design, Harrisburg Penn.: Stackpole Books. ISBN 0-8117-1493-4.
  • Zaloga, Steven J., James Grandsen (1984). Soviet Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War Two, London: Arms and Armour Press. ISBN 0-85368-606-8.

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