Tanks, APCs, IFVs, SPGs, etc.: Photo
"The 75mm is firing. The 37mm is firing, but its traversed the wrong way. The Browning is jammed. I'm yelling "Driver advance!" on the wrong set, and the driver—who can't hear me—is reversing. And as I look out of the top of the turret—and see twelve enemy tanks fifty yards away—someone hands me a cheese sandwich."
TK-3 and TKS: Poland's Armoured Cockroaches
By pure numbers, Poland had an impressive amount of armoured vehicles in WWII: about 870 units (against approximately 2700 German tanks in Army Group North and South). However, three quarters of them were rather unusual vehicles: TK-3 and TKS tankettes. What were the machines that formed the backbone of the Polish armoured forces like? An Architecture Student and his Roach One of the first large battles of WWII began on September 9th, 1939: the Battle of the Bzura. Polish Poznan and Pomorze…
Lipsko ( mazowieckie ) i porzucony TKS. Pojazd najprawdopodobniej pochodził ze Szwadronu Czołgów Rozpoznawczych Warszawskiej Brygady Pancerno-Motorowej i jest jednym z najbardziej obfotografowanych wraków września '39.