Nice! I don't know where they are, but that's a SU-76 in the foreground, a KV1 behind it, and I reckon the muzzle break to the left belongs to a IS-2. The SU-76 was commonly called the Suka ('bitch').
Actually, maybe the muzzle break belongs to a Panther...
I agree with the Dux.
I agree with both of them!
Su-76 in the foreground.KV-1 in the background.No idea where, or the nickname.The KV-1 is one of my favorite tanks, no matter how poorly it did when I ran the Soviets in Steel Panthers. ;)All of this makes me feel bad that I didn't own a camera that time I went to the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland, USA.
Actually, I know where now - I googled the SU-76 and found a different angle picture of that same exact one. That feels like cheating, though, so I won't say where.
The foreground is the SU-76 at Bovington. The background is the KV-1B. The SU-76 was called the "Bitch" or "Little Bitch" or sometimes the "bared assed Ferdinand" which I don't actually believe because soldiers are simple and that's a long ass name.
Background. KV1 Foreground SU76 nicknames Suka/Bitch. Suchka/Little Bitch or Golozhopiy Ferdinand/Bare arsed Ferdinand.
Sorry SU76M and KV1 Model 1941 at Bovington
Su76, KV1, world war 2 soviet tanksI didnt know for Bovington, until people said.
Huh. I thought I remembered Bovington well, but I'd forgotten these were there.
nickname was probably something russian fatalistic like....tin coffin for comrades...or more propagandish... Nhazee destruction workers peoples artillery tracked tractor...Cheers :)
Su-76 upfront and a KV-1 in the back