The Russian T-32 Medium Battle Tank started out as the A-32. The vehicle utilised the famous Christie suspension system, slopped steel armour and a 76.2mm main gun. The vehicle performed well in trials but combat experience in Finland saw the armour thickness increased and this vehicle entered production as a Medium Battle Tank in 1939.
The T-32 would later on be further developed in to the famous T-34, which would earn the possible title as the best tank of World War 2.
The Russian T-32 Medium Battle Tank Specifications
Armaments: 76.2mm Main Gun / x2 7.92mm MG’s
Armour: 10 – 30mm steel plate
Dimensions: Length 5.92m / Width 3m / Height 2.45m
Weight: 19 tonne
Engine: V2 12 Cylinder 450hp Diesel
Top Road Speed: 65 km/h
Range: 320 km