If you've been following my Facebook page you'll know I've had a bit of a busy week. What with a trip to Bovington Tank Museum, and last weeks book release. For that reason I'm having a bit of a quiet one for today's article.

First the history. We have here an assessment of of the technical aspects of Soviet tanks. As obtained by the British Military Mission I mentioned last week.

As a trip to Bovington wouldn't be complete without some pictures of tanks.

Why is it that this tank, used only by the British, built to a British design, and ordered for by the British is always featured in a US tree in any game its in?

Looks like someone has been attacking this poor Matilda with a paint brush, but the markings are all correct, can you work out what they all mean?
A Tiger's nightmare...
Next group is a series of shots showing the extensive modifications to the Stug IIIG the Finns made to make it into a Stu-40
Logs, drivers visor, enlarged MG opening to use a DT Machine gun, concrete to the super structure.
Extra armour added to the hull sides.

Finally another question for you, no this isn't a miss-click on my camera, but what is the significance of this patch of road?