Re: British Tanks
- From: "Tero P. Mustalahti" <termusta@xxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 18 Jun 2007 03:35:05 -0400
David Thornley wrote:
In article <1182048572.038560.239220@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Walt <Walterm140@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Taken as a whole, the Brits had very poor tanks.They weren't all that impressive up until the end of 1944, but
"very poor" seems quite an exaggeration. Why do you think that?
I think many who people believe that the Crusader was really bad fail to
realize, that the poor performance of Crusader equipped units against
the Germans had as much to do with inproper tactics as with the actual
In actuality, the only major nations with "very poor" tanks were Italy
and Japan, and even they managed to develop somewhat better tanks
towards the end on the war.
Tero P. Mustalahti
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