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The Goliath that wasn't?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 04, 2011 3:21 pm
Post subject: The Goliath that wasn't?

I can't find the thread, but there was quite some debate about the demo vehicle in a Polish museum.
It's Russian!

forum.ioh.pl/viewtopic.php?t=17248
"???????????????-??????? ??-1-627"
(Edit, can't post cyrillic characters, hence all the ????)
www.nazireich.net/foru...1e5c106b4d

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"Elektrotanketka torpedo-ET-1-627

In the Soviet Union during the war had created "elektrotanketka-torpedo" ET-1-627, developed in August 1941. on the initiative of Military Engineer 3rd Rank AP Kazantsev with the factory manager N627 Commissariat Electricity Industry (VNIIEM) AG Iosif'yan. Wedge was going on a wooden frame, had the elements of the undercarriage of small tractors, caterpillar with rubber-tissue basis, and wooden shoes Truckee, asynchronous motor with rear wheel drive. Motion control and undermining was carried on three wires. Already in September 1941. the newly formed plant N627 was ordered to release this month the first batch of 30 tankettes. According to the testimony Kazantsev, wedgies ET planned to use the streets of Moscow, and after a counter-offensive near Moscow are in 1942. used in the battles on the Kerch Peninsula, where, in particular, have destroyed nine enemy tanks. In this case, power supply and signals carried by a specially converted light tank. Then EBs appeared on the Volkhov Front, at breaking the blockade of Leningrad. Built on the chassis ET movable models of tanks such as the MT-34. Remotely operated wedgies were also used at Sevastopol. With extremely limited - in fact unit shipments - the application of remotely operated wedgies not shown any effectiveness as engineering or as a means of Fri. "
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2011 12:06 pm
Post subject: Re: The Goliath that wasn't?

- Pzkpfw-e
I can't find the thread, but there was quite some debate about the demo vehicle in a Polish museum.
It's Russian!
Adam, we%20were%20not%20talking%20about%20the%20same%20vehicle.%20The%20discussion%20was%20about%20this%20one%20:

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 10, 2011 3:52 pm
Post subject: Re: The Goliath that wasn't?

So we aren't!
I remembered the cylindrical piece, couldn't find the thread!
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