T-34 tank, armed with a 76mm gun, was produced from 1940 to 1944 at six plants: № 183 in Kharkov - in 1940 in Nizhny Tagil - since 1941, the Stalingrad Tractor - since 1941, "Red Sormovo" - Since 1941, "Uralmash" - since 1942; № 174 in Omsk - since 1942; Chelyabinsk Kirov - since 1942. In just this time it was made 35 312 T-34 tanks, including the flame thrower in 1170.
T-34-76 tanks were in service in the Red Army tank units and the entire Great Patriotic War and participated in almost all military operations, including the storming of Berlin. In addition to the Red Army, the average T-34 tanks in service with the Polish Army, the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia and the Czechoslovak Corps that fought against Nazi Germany.
Model assembled and painted.