British Army Gulf War Tanks

Operation Desert Storm, the combat phase of operations popularly referred to as the Gulf War, took place between 17 January 1991 and 28 February 1991. Among the thirty-five nations led by the United States, in the largest international coalition since the end of WWII, the British Army featured prominently. Codenamed

The T-26 Flame-Throwing Tank

The Soviet Union is known for its highly centralized government practices and strict army conditions. Unsurprisingly, the Soviet Union placed a high priority on developing a large and capable armoured fighting force. The tanks of the Soviet Union are notorious for their robust build and fighting power. The T-26 flame-throwing