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  1. Now, we are all in agreement that the best tank the Germans built was the StuG III. But did you know that the Germans had other vehicles? It's true! You should talk about them here. Links you should click: Our Problem Child: Rossmum on the Panther tank Germany's White Elephant, a look at the Tiger tank in theory and practice Tiger II: A Royal Pain An overview of Germany's armour quality
  2. Hello, this is my first post. Please no bully. :3 Panzerkampfwagen 2000 In 1988 Germany developed a concept for a tank with two crew men. In order to test whether it's possible for only two crew men to operate a tank effectively, a Leopard 1 and a Leopard 2 were modified. Field trials were held in 1990 and subsequently it was concluded to be a viable concept in 1992. The project was however canceled, because the downfall of the Soviet Union meant, that a new battle tank was no longer needed. Furthermore Israel stealing submarines and reunification meant that the budget was not suff
  3. In addition to being unable to build tanks, capital ships, and automobiles that don't cost thousands of dollars to maintain, it appears Germany also has difficulty constructing airports: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2015-07-23/how-berlin-s-futuristic-airport-became-a-6-billion-embarrassment
  4. Submarine technology is one of the few areas in which World War 2 Germany had any sort of advantage over the Allies. The Type XXI U-Boat is one of the most commonly known examples; it was one of the first (but not the first) submarines designed for sustained underwater performance; it was capable of 16-18 knots underwater, about double what other U-Boats could do. That they sank a grand total of zero Allied vessels during their career is more a symptom of German military incompetence and industrial issues than any severe problems with the concept. (Of course, it would take until 1955 for a ~*t
  5. Bundeswehr Weasel and British Light tank Mark IV
  6. http://www.janes.com/article/52476/german-army-receives-first-production-standard-puma-aifv 30mm with airburst capability, and supposedly better mine protection than a Leo 2.
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