Montag, 7. März 2011

The russian "Tsar Tank" - prototype of WW1


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  1. One big stick in those spokes and that thing was done for XD

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  2. wow, cool. i admire your passion for this kind of stuff. :D

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  3. Could imagine having one infront of your face ready to blast lol

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  4. what the hell! those russians were much developed than every other country in WW1 :D
    followed :)

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  5. That's so cool! WOW
    I'd never imagine something like that...

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  6. that is the craziest tank i saw in my whole life...

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  7. haha thats crazy. that being the death of you. screw that!

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  8. wow that thing is huge! the big wheels seem vulnerable though.

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  9. Holy motherfudging crap that looks like something from Star Wars painted green.

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  10. Hahah that seems like it would get fucked up by a single iron bar.

    Followed :)

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  11. Impressive. But not as impressive as the Tsar bomb ;)

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  12. It would be so badass to have one on display in my backyard ^_^

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  13. i wanna ride this thingy :D +followed bro

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  14. this is very interesting, you've expanded my knowledge of weaponry!

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  15. @ Slamcake, damn I thought exactly the same thing. It's still a nice machine though

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  16. These are extremely strange and don't seem all that practical.

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  17. Man that's awesome +Follow

    I'll be checking back!

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  18. I think the reason why this was never incorporated in any serious arsenal is the fact that somebody could just run up and jam an iron pole in the spokes and stop it in its tracks...

    I see you are just starting out, but I like what I see so far. Keep posting every day and I will continue to follow you! Pura Vida from Costa Rica!

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  19. the big wheels look like they can easily be broken by an attack from the enemy.

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  20. the big wheels look like a massive weak point though

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  21. Interesting Blog, awesome "tank"! I'll follow you!

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  22. That looks like something from an alternative future!

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  23. Crazy... Love the picture of the landkreuzer you have at the top though!

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  24. I want one. Not for use, but the novelty value would be priceless. I could just imagine rolling down the street shouting in a bad Russian accent

    "In name of glorious soviyet matherland, I claim this country as my own!"

    But yeah, I'm digging the historical content. Helps me put a perspective on the world wars, and I'm always looking for new political insight.

    Consider yourself followed.

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  25. Its HUGE!!!
    Why would you even want to fight something that large?

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  26. This is very interesting, just goes to show how much we have progressed. In it's prime I'm sure this would have been very significant.

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    1. the sad thing is ti was just a prototype, it was so heavy and the wheels had such a small area that it sunk on wet marsh where it was tested.
      I'd love to have one as a dayly commute car (minus some armor and cannons, gotta obey traffic laws), because as said, it looks like something out of starwars.

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  27. awesome, and i never heard of it b4
    thanks for showing me this nice piece of tech

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  28. I love these crazy super-tanks!

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  29. haha i think i saw one of this in an episode of mythbusters

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  30. truly a canon on wheels.

    nice blog, following. :)

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  31. Really an interesting kind of weapon
    Baxxmans

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  32. haha woah that thing is cool! give it remote control and some chrome and its got major steampunk potential :D

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  33. DAMN, nice thing you got here dude, i like panzer tanks myself, classics

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  34. too sick. might have to steal it for a wallpaper or something.

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  35. amazing to see how weapon development has scaled with technology!

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  36. 100 years old and it still looks like a badass weapon

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  37. Seen replica of this on some military show. Built by some students from a partially dug out one. Impressive indeed. Still think it would be freaking awesome to drive one of these.

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  38. Oh wow, would love to see something like that in real life :o

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  39. interesting. Always amazes me this stuff.

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  40. wow that is unbeliveably large, shame it wasn't ever used.

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  41. Did they actually use that in the field?

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  42. Reading your blog is like reading a really interesting history book.

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  43. Don't you fight against some of these in that Xbox Live arcade game "toy soldiers"?

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  44. Good looking blog. Keep up the good work.

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  45. there are some CRAZY weapons from the past, especially the ones that were prototypes, but never really became popular.
    can't wait for more.
    +follow

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  46. this is just,.............amazing

    followed!

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  47. Boy, that looks gigantic. I can't believe they made one of those. Thanks for sharing!

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  48. Wow, definitely learn something new everyday.

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  49. In Russia tank drive you.

    But yeah, that shit is intense, thanks for sharing!

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  50. Pretty much correct that it is easier to hold the line that attack sometimes. The Russians certainly learned a lot about that in the two world wars!

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