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  1. My understanding is that the lessons learned by the Russians from this embarrassment enabled them to somewhat/moderately/greatly aid them in beating the Germans?
  2. Have not heard much myself of the Czech arms industry, but they seem to have been rather good from little I know, ie the BREN machine gun. Reasons?
  3. My limited understanding of these weapons was that tank armor in the early part of WW2 became thick enough to withstand these weapons. Where they capable of ruining a track or roadwheel? I would think in the heat of battle it would take a point blank shot? Where they accurate? Did early tanks have bullet-proof glass in their viewing devices? Was wondering while reading a book Ken Estes recommended, "Iron Hulls and Iron Hearts." I don't remember these weapons being mentioned. Thank you.
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