Soviet Anti-Tank Crew
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76mm ZIS-3 gun (x2)
with ZIS-2 57mm gun option
During the 1930s the Soviets were heavily engaged in the development of heavy tanks. With their own preoccupation came an assumption that the Germans would also be doing the same thing. This assumption and misinformation from the Germans and others sources led to the development of an anti-tank gun capable of taking out the thickest of armour. In 1940 the development of this gun was ordered.
Company HQ (FR701)
with two Command Rifle Teams, one 60mm mortar team & two 81mm mortar teams.
On 5 May 1940, France fielded 71 infantry divisions. Of these 20 were active divisions—seven motorised Divisions d’Infanterie Motorisée (DIM), ten Divisions d’Infanterie (DI) marching on foot with horse-drawn supporting weapons, three were mountain Divisions d’Infanterie Alpine (DIA), and eight were colonial—four Divisions d’Infanterie Coloniale (DIC) and four North African Divisions d’Infanterie Nord-Africaine (DINA).