Bismarck | Top 5 Tanks | Military Aviation History | The Tank Museum


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Bismarck | Top 5 Tanks | Military Aviation History | The Tank Museum



Bismarck, from the Military Aviation History channel, stopped by The Tank Museum to share his Top 5 Tanks. Unsurprisingly they are plane related…

Visit Bismarck’s channel here https://www.youtube.com/user/Bis18marck70

Whose Top 5 would you like to see next?

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  1. The Sturmpanzer A7V from WW1 could do the same thing the Daimler AC could with that full speed forwards and backwards, the seats rotated in the A7V and the driver could drive the tank backwards at full speed.

  2. I really enjoyed this – a very different Top 5 Tanks. Possibly stretching the definition of ‘tank’ with a couple of these vehicles, but very interesting nevertheless.

  3. Channel named after one of biggest battleships in history and he chooses from among the smallest vehicles (2 paratrooper tanks, 1 light tank and 2 armored cars) ever made. I see what you did there…

  4. Great choices. The Ferret with it's anti-tank missiles was akin to a glorified mobile Panzerfaust with some armor protection, very nice. The Daimler armored with it's amazing transmission is very unique, and the last tank (PzII Luchs) certainly has the good looks, speed and 2mm cannon, definitely good for scouting.