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Operation Think Tank 2012 Part 10

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7y Feb 8, 2014
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00:10 What's the big deal with Christie suspension and other types?
05:20 Tank Production Resources (Man-hours, parts, etc)
07:45 Were any tests made by countries to compare various guns to the same standard?
08:30 Why did the US take so long to put Sabot into service?
10:40 StuG E100 Krokodil
12:30 Who deserves to have a tank named after him but didn't?
14:20 How much of a tank is built in one location?
15:20 The history of ergonomics in tank design
16:40 How common was APCR, who used it?
21:03 Is the "Holy Trinity" of armor, firepower, mobility still appropriate?
21:38 Was T-54 the first MBT?

In March of 2012, we brought together six of the most respected authors in the field of tank history, and battered them with questions submitted by the World of Tanks playerbase. You are watching the result of this four-hour Q&A.

Steve Zaloga
Harry Yeide
Hilary Doyle
David Fletcher
Rob Griffin
Kenneth Estes

Feel free to discuss this video on our forum:
http://forum.worldoftanks.com/index.php?/topic/143520-operation-think-tank-2012-panel-response-discussion-thread/

World of Tanks is a free-to-play online game which incorporates a wide variety of vehicles from the 1920s through 1950s. http://www.worldoftanks.com

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About The Chieftain

The Chieftain (Real name Nicholas Moran) is Wargaming America's resident tanker and amateur historian.


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