Lev Gorlitsky

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Lev Izrailevich Gorlitsky (Russian: Лев Израилевич Горлицкий) (3 March 1906 - 2 November 2003) was a Jewish Soviet weapons designer.[1] Under the guidance of Gorlitsky special artillery pieces were designed to be mounted on T-34 self-propelled guns.[2]

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  1. ^ Лазарь Ратнер Отчизны дети нелюбимые: о евреях, их русских друзьях и признаках ... 2005 Page 322 "В 1942 году под руководством Л. И. Горлицкого на базе танка Т-34 создается самоходная артиллерийская установка СУ-122, а затем и более мощная СУ-152. За обе эти модификации в 1943 и 1946 годах Лев Израилевич был ."
  2. ^ Soviet military review 1975- Page 30 "Good results were achieved by the Soviet designers and tank builders in creating self-propelled guns. Under the guidance of L. Gorlitsky special artillery pieces were designed to be mounted on the T-34 body. This work resulted in the creation "

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