The Korean War was fought between 25 June 1950 and 27 July 1953. The Korean War was led by Prime Minister Kim Il-Sung and chief commander Choi Yung-Kun on the side of North Korea. South Korea was led by President Syngman Rhee and Chung Il-Kwon. The United States’ Army was
With the fall of Berlin and the collapse of the Nazis’ aspirations for conquest, the Red Army’s uneasy alliance with Western nations was fraught. Equipped with a well-oiled war machine, buttressed by twice the number of troops and armoured vehicles than the Allies, the Red Army posed a looming threat.
Medium Tanks and Main Battle Tanks T-54 – (1949) The first medium tank of the Cold War which was unrivalled by anything made in the West T-55 – (1955) An updated T-54 with an enhanced engine which was supplied to numerous armies around the world and still endures today T-62
The Cold War pitted the US supported NATO Western alliance against the Warsaw Pact communist eastern bloc supported by the USSR. Fought mostly via proxies, the world’s key superpowers at the time, the US and the USSR, never entered into direct conflict. With Europe as the main battlefield, in any
Rod Bond led a supercar convoy from Deansgreen in Lymm to Manchester in a British Army Sabre C.R.V.T. tank. Starting from Crouchley Lane in Deansgreen, Lymm, the supercar procession passed through the Cheshire village. Drawing shock and surprise in equal measure, Rod Bond was himself at the helm of the