soviet-steel

Portrait of a young Soviet POW in a steel breastplate SN-42, made of 2mm steel (.08") and weighing 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs), captured by Finnish troops during the Finnish-Soviet Continuation War. A testament to the breastplate’s effectiveness, the young soldier had been shot three times in the chest and left unharmed. Near Syskyjärvi, Karelia, Finland (now, Syuskyuyarvi, Republic of Karelia, Russia.) 15 July 1944. Image taken by Esko Töyri.

anonymous asked:

Pazzmer 4 wars bttr then the t34 shut de fuk up slavaboo

FACIST PIG, T-34 STRONK TENK, CARVED FROM STRONK SOVIET STEEL, THERE IS NO EQUAL 

Just then, a sentient mass of Soviet Steel rampaged across the Shurima desert, not bothered by the heat nor the stingers of the many scorpions it trampled beneath it’s treads. Ancient buildings and walls fell before it, no hindrance to the mission. What was the mission, one might ask? The Curator would soon find out.
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