At the start of WW2 engineers were already not satisfied with the max power output you could get by using a piston engine. That’s why scientists and engineers all over the world started developing new types of engines… and one of the most promising of them, at the time, was the liquid rocket engine.
You are watching The Shooting Range – a weekly show for all tankers, airmen and Captains in War Thunder.
13 June 2021
Thunder Show: Stalin's Pipes
It's time for your weekly episode of the Thunder Show! Enjoy our selection of epic and humorous Community videos of the week.
11 June 2021
“Victory Cup” tournament
The annual e-Sport event dedicated to victory in World War II is back! We would like to invite teams to the international tournament “Victory Cup” - mixed 5vs5 battles with aviation and ground forces! Participate and watch broadcasts with special prizes for viewers!
During WW2, there were lots of heavy tanks going around. The USSR used them to break through German defences… the British designed them to support infantrymen in an attack… but some major powers, including the US, didn’t have heavy tanks at their disposal.