This blog was created with the intention of clarifying common misconceptions and mistakes, as well as to discuss the qualities of Russian armoured fighting vehicles in minute detail. Each article is intended to be a comprehensive overview for each vehicle in technical terms and how they affect the performance of the vehicles in practice, i.e their combat capabilities. Each article begins with an introduction that consists of a brief but densely packed summary of the history of each fighting vehicle, but the contents of the articles are dedicated entirely to a technological review. We try to make sure that the information used is absolutely reliable, but there will always be some mistakes hidden away somewhere in each article. To improve the quality of the blog, please do not hesitate to point them out.
Tankograd now has a Discord Server. Use this open invitation link to join the server and don't hesitate to share it around. The server is primarily meant to be a hub for people who share the same esoteric interest in Soviet armoured fighting vehicles, but it is also used as a discussion room for Tankograd articles. You are encouraged to contact the authors in the Discord server and talk about the articles and suggest improvements or point out errors and inconsistencies. See you there!
Due to popular demand, Tankograd is now on Patreon! If you like this blog and wish to give financial support, head over to our Patreon page. As always, the articles will still be published freely on this blog, but Patrons will be able to enjoy a multitude of special benefits such as being able to read the final drafts of upcoming articles before they are published and vote on new articles. The quality and quantity of articles is always on the rise thanks to your support.
- 2S1 "Gvozdika"
- FIELD DISASSEMBLY: BMP-1
- T-10 (Guest article)
- BTR-152 (Guest article)
- T-72: Part 1
- T-72: Part 2
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The Tankograd blog is not related to the German publishing company of the same name.