The War Illustrated, No. 245, Vol. 10, November 6th 1946

tH. P .100- nat O x m J k O A a i Y l w & i Went t o Utah DESIGNED TO BATTER THROUGH HITLER’S WEST WALL, this 100-ton tank, the U.S. Arm y’s heaviest, was shown for the first time to the \public at the recently held Twenty-eighth Annual Meeting of the U.S. Army Ordnance Association, at Aberdeen, Maryland. In addition to its size, the most notable feature is the 105-mm. gun, inset the hull as opposed to the usual turret mounting, and which well outstretches a ieep in length. The T-28 never fired a shot in the Second Great War, hostilities ending before this giant was ready forjuse. Pholo, Pian.t <Yw Printed in England and published every alternate Friday l>v (lie Proprietors TitB A glam a mated I’RKSS, Ltd Tile Fleetway House. Farrinsdon Street, London, E.0 .4. KecMered for transmission by Canadian Magazine Post. Sole Agents for Australia and New Zealand: Messrs. Gordon& Gotcli, Ltd .:and for r : Afrirei: Central News Agcney, Ltd.—Novembers, 1940 S.S. Editorial Address :john carp enter house white friars. London, e.c 4.
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