The Jagdtiger ("Hunting Tiger"; officially designated Panzerjäger Tiger Ausf. B) is a German casemate-type heavy tank destroyer from World War II. It was built upon the slightly lengthened chassis of a Tiger II. Its ordnance inventory designation was Sd.Kfz. 186.
The 71-tonne Jagdtiger was the heaviest armored fighting vehicle (AFV) used operationally by any participant nation of WWII and is the heaviest combat vehicle of any type to achieve series production during the conflict. The vehicle was armed with a 128 mm PaK 44 L/55 main gun which was capable of outranging and defeating any tank or AFV fielded by the Allied forces.
The Panzer IV was one of the most important tanks for Germany during the second world war with more than 8000 units produced throughout the conflict. It was the backbone of the Panzer Division and it was often referred to as their "workhorse". The Pz. IV underwent constant modification and improvements and sometimes in the case of the Ausf.J many simplifications because of the scarcity of materials by the end of the war.
The T-34/76 was one of the most influential tanks designed during WW2. It has a characteristical sloping armour , a rapid mobility and heavy firepower, making it a tough little guy.
It was under production until mid-1944, when it was replaced with the better armed T-34/85.