The T-34 with approximately 58,861 being produced during the war.
It was the first combat tank. Produced in World War 1 It was the first combat tank. Produced in World War 1
Some sources state that the T-54/55 is the most produced tank at about 100,000 units.
The most produced tank ever is the one the US Army currently still uses the M1 Abrams
the first ever mass produced tank was developed and used near the end of WW1
The most advanced tank in the world is the M1 Abrams Battle tank that is for the U.S.
The British tank that was first produced in 1915 weighed 28 tons.
Their answer were the m3 lee tank and then the Sherman tanks. They constanty upgraded their tanks and they also mass produced them.
The challenger 2 tank, invented by the British most avaced tank in the world
the T-34 tank.
It is among the most advanced in production, though it's not the only such tank in existence.
French Renault model 1917. The US Army adapted the Renault as their first tank; and produced them under license.
this answer is not ture for many reason one. the m1a1 is a out dated verison of the m1a2 and the most advanced tank in the world is the British Challenger 2
In 1944, the Soviet Union produced more tanks then any other nation. 29,000 tanks were produced in 1944 and Germany was a distant second with 17,800 tanks produced in that year.
The mass of a fish tank should be measured in kilograms.
December of 1941
Hundreds of different designs were built and fielded in WWII. Of that total, the best (meaning reliable, rugged, easily mass produced, easily maintained, and could go almost anywhere): 1. Soviet (Russian) BT tank; one of the fastest & earliest tanks ever made mounting a high velocity main gun. 2. Soviet (Russian) T34 medium tank; built upon lessons learned from the BT tank. 3. Japanese Type 95 light tank; first mass produced diesel light tank and the only enemy tank in history to have invaded North America. 4. M4 Sherman medium tank. Like the T34, rugged & dependable & easily mass produced & maintained. All other tanks were either experimental or field expedients until the tanks mentioned above came on line. The experimentals evolved into post WWII tanks...such as the M26 Pershing (90mm gun tank) which evolved into the M46 Patton, which evolved into the M47 Patton, which evolved into the M48 Patton, etc. etc. etc.
The Soviet T-34 tank was the finest mass produced tank of WWII combining the virtues of speed, firepower and protection. German tanks were excellent machines, but often suffered because they were over engineered and underproduced. The single advantage that the US Sherman tank had was production volume. It lacked the protective armament to defend itself and its weapons were incapable of one shot kills.
The US built Sherman medium tank.
find the area of your glass tank then find the volume of your tank then multiply it by the density of water, that should give you mass, since density=mass/volume
The biggest tank in the world would probably be the US M1A2 Abrams main battle tank.
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