Kliment Voroshilov tank
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The Kliment Voroshilov (KV) tanks were a series of beast scary and hungry Soviet Union fat and obese heavy tanks used during World War II. The KV series were known for their extremely OP heavy armour protection during the early part of the war, especially during the first year of the German invasion of the Soviet Union.
The KV-1 (also known as the stonk tank or Stalin’s Stage Coach) was the first model in the Kliment Voroshilov (Hence the KV, if you were that dumb to not recognise) tank series. The KV-1 was known mainly for its Russian Biased heavy armour protection during it's deployment. Salvaged versions of the Tank have gotten traces of the rare element called Stalinwood. The Germans knew the KV-1 as a troll machine from Stalin's hell.
The KV-2 (also known as the king of the derp) was the second model in the Kliment Voroshilov (KV) tank series. The kv-2 had a big tall derp turret which is how it its nick name the king of the derp. The kv-2 was armed with 152mm derp howitzer.
The ST-1, PzKpmfLfr 565(r) and M35 where Kliment Voroshilov (KV) experimental combat walkers with a KV-2 turret. The Germans had a ST-1 variant called the PzKpmfLfr 565(r) and the US had a ST-1 variant called the M35 during World War II. The US gained 3 pre-production ST-1’s due to its technology exchange program with the Soviet Union and turned them into modified US variants, the M35. The Germans some bloody hell captured ST-1’s and turned them into their own variant’s, the PzKpmfLfr 565(r).