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• • • • • • • • The Kliment Voroshilov (KV) tanks were a series of named after the Soviet defence commissar and politician and used by the during. The KV series were known for their heavy armour protection during the early stages of the war, especially during the first year of the of the. In certain situations, even a single KV-1 or KV-2 supported by infantry was capable of halting large German formations. German tanks at that time were rarely used in KV encounters as their armament was too poor to deal with the ' Russischer Koloss' – 'Russian Colossus'. The KV tanks were practically immune to the and -like, short barreled guns mounted, respectively, on the early and tanks fielded by the invading forces. Until more effective guns were developed by the Germans, the KV-1 was invulnerable to almost any German weapon except the. Prior to Operation Barbarossa, about 500 of the over 22,000 tanks then in Soviet service were of the KV-1 type.

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As the war progressed, it became evident that there was little sense in producing the expensive KV tanks, as the performed better (or at least equally well) in all practical respects. In fact the only advantage it had over the T-34/76 was its larger and roomier three-man turret. Later in the war, the KV series became a base for the development of the (Iosif Stalin) series of tanks and self-propelled guns. KV-1 with KV-1S turret in the Great Patriotic War Museum, Moscow. After disappointing results with the multi-turreted heavy tank, Soviet tank designers started drawing up replacements. The T-35 conformed to the 1920s notion of a 'breakthrough tank' with very heavy firepower and armour protection, but suffered from poor mobility.

The demonstrated the need for much heavier armour on tanks, [ ] and was the main influence on Soviet tank design just prior to World War II. Several competing designs were offered, and even more were drawn up prior to reaching prototype stage.

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All had heavy armour,, wide tracks, and were of welded and cast construction. One of the main competing designs was the, which in its final form had two turrets, mounting one 76.2 mm and one 45 mm weapon. The designers of the SMK independently drew up a single-turreted variant and this received approval at the highest level. Two of these, named after the People's Defence Commissioner, were ordered alongside a single SMK. The smaller hull and single turret enabled the designer to install heavy frontal and turret armour while keeping the weight within manageable limits. The KV was ordered right off the drawing board.

When the Soviets entered the, the SMK, KV and a third design, the, were sent to be tested in combat conditions. The KV outperformed the SMK and T-100 designs. The KV's heavy armour proved highly resistant to weapons, making it more difficult to stop. In 1939, the production of 50 KVs was ordered. During the war, the Soviets found it difficult to deal with the concrete bunkers used by the Finns and a request was made for a tank with a large howitzer. One of the rush projects to meet the request put the howitzer in a new turret on one of the KV tanks.

Initially known as 'Little turret KV' and 'Big turret KV', the 76-mm-armed tank was redesignated as the KV-1 Heavy Tank and the 152 mm one as KV-2 Heavy Artillery Tank. KV tanks first faced the Germans in the, just after the start of.

On 23 June, over 200 German tanks advancing through Lithuania encountered Soviet armor, including KV-1 and KV-2 tanks. While their frontal armor was sufficient to deflect anti-tank fire, German troops were able to outflank them and destroy them with explosive charges or lure them to within point-blank range of direct-fire artillery. Of the more than 200 Soviet tanks lost at Raseiniai, 29 were KVs. Halid ziya ushakligilj zapretnaya lyubovj knigu in urdu. The KV's strengths included armour that was impenetrable by any tank-mounted weapon then in service except at point-blank range, that it had good firepower, and that it had good flotation on soft ground. It also had serious flaws: it was difficult to steer; the transmission (which was a twenty-year-old design) 'was the main stumbling block of the KV-1, and there was some truth to rumors of Soviet drivers having to shift gears with a hand sledge'; and the ergonomics were poor, with limited visibility. Furthermore, at 45 tons, it was simply too heavy. This severely impacted the maneuverability, not so much in terms of maximum speed, as through inability to cross many bridges medium tanks could cross.