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Thursday, September 3, 2015
The T-60 is a Soviet light tank of the WWII period. It was developed in August 1941, and in September entered service in the Red Army. It was manufactured at several factories across the country. The production ended in February 1943. A total of 5,920 T-60’s were produced. Many of them were actively involved in the Great Patriotic War. Now, only six T-60 tanks are preserved, they are displayed in museums in Russia and Finland.