WoT 1.23 Common Test: BZ-72-1

BZ-72-1 (China, Tier-10, HT, promotional, mechanics: rocket boosters) Historical reference:
In the 1950s, the Chinese school of tank building began to move from copying foreign designs to creating something new. The deterioration of relations with the USSR led to an increase in the share of our own developments, which, despite their external resemblance to Soviet models, were of Chinese origin. Work on the BZ-72-1 began in the late 1960s. An interesting feature of the vehicle was its rocket boosters, which were supposed to improve maneuverability in difficult terrain. In addition, a loading mechanism was assumed. However, due to the high cost of production, the Chinese command opted for more mass-produced medium and light tanks. The project remained on paper.

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    1. “Put” is an irregular verb and its past tense is again “put”, not “putted”. Just so you know, mr. Anonymous (which you also spelled incorrectly).

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