(There is no mood to write a story but I want it, it's okay okay)
Alt.Istoriya - 1947, after a sudden attack by German territory in the UK with new super heavy bombers and stormtroopers supporting tanks, it was shown that the old antiaircraft guns (Geschuetzwagen VI 3.7cm) did not quite cope with the new tanks of the British.
It was proposed to develop a heavy anti-aircraft installation based on a super-heavy tank (E-100M) by installing a twin gun (Flak-46 12.8cm)
In June 1947, the first two prototypes were made, passed the test in a month. It was revealed that after a simultaneous shot of a twin gun the tank did not significantly throw back, which in principle did not interfere.
In December 1947, there were already 13 tanks.
In February 1948, there were 21 tanks.
February 28 Germany was again attacked by the British with new heavy tanks. On February 29, three (Waffentrager E-100 Flak-46 12.8cm Zwilling) destroyed more than eight British tanks, losing one tank and seriously injuring the second. The second one was undermined by the blowing up of the BC.
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- Wingspan 18.8ft (5.7m)
- Length 41.0ft (12.5m)
- Height 14.5ft (4.4m)
- Empty Weight 329,075lbs (149,266kg)
- Loaded Weight 331,013lbs (150,145kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.203
- Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
- Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
- Drag Points 19543
- Number of Parts 918
- Control Surfaces 0