The T34 Tank Model

The T34 tank, a symbol of Soviet engineering prowess, played a pivotal role in World War II. Its robust design, powerful armament, and remarkable durability made it a formidable opponent on the battlefield.

Design and Development

Developed in the late 1930s, the T34 was a revolutionary design that combined sloped armor, which increased its effectiveness against anti-tank weapons, with a powerful 76.2mm gun. Its design was continuously improved throughout the war, adapting to the evolving battlefield requirements.

Operational History

The T34 made its combat debut in 1941. It was a shock to the German forces, who found their Panzer III and IV tanks outclassed. The T34's effectiveness in combat was a significant factor in the Soviet Union's ability to repel the German invasion.


More than 80,000 units were produced, making the T34 one of the most produced tanks of the Second World War. Its legacy continues, with many units displayed in museums around the world and its design influencing post-war tank development.