Loader also had a difficult job because of the lack of a platform tower (the rotating floor that moves up when the tower turns). This problem was encountered in many other tanks, for example, the U.S. M3 Stuart. The floor of the tower T-34 was a small ammunition stored in metal boxes hidden under the rubber mat. There were nine rounds of ammunition ready, packed the stands at the side of the fighting compartment. Once these initial nine rounds were fired during the fight, the crew had to pull extra ammunition from the chest on the floor, which thus became littered with the open boxes and matting. It dispersed the crew and decreased performance.
Other key factors, the impact force weakening T-34 on the battlefield were not trained command,
resin armor and combat tactics
Fast training of crews.
This was a consequence of the communist purges among the group of Soviet officers in the late 30th Twentieth century
trained personnel contributed to a catastrophic disaster the Red Army in 1941.
Many crews joining the battle with only basic military training and a history of 72-hour trained.
These problems accumulate over not ergonomic structure and T-34
no radio station in the early phase of the war, which practically prevented the coordination of armored units during combat.
German tank corps discovered that Soviet armored forces attacked in rigid formations and gaining a small advantage on the ground.
In the years 1943-1944 significantly reduced problems in the training of Soviet crews, but by the end of the war Germany had a better trained tankmen.
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