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M14/41

CountryItaly
ManufacturerFiat
Primary RoleMedium Tank

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ww2dbaseCarro Armato M 14/41 medium tanks entered production in 1941. Although these tanks had their own distinct designation, they were actually an improved version of the predecessor M13/40, equipped with more powerful engines. They first saw action in North Africa; Italian tank crews reported the interior spaces as cramped, and the mechanical work as unreliable. After the Italian forces withdrew from North Africa, M14/41 tanks were used only in rear areas as they were considered obsolete in the face of more modern Allied tanks. A small number of captured examples were briefly pressed into service by British and Australian troops.

ww2dbaseThe M14/41 tanks shared the same chassis with the Italian Semovente 90/53 self-propelled guns.

ww2dbaseDuring the design's production life, about 800 M14/41 tanks were produced.

ww2dbaseSource: Wikipedia

Last Major Revision: Oct 2011

SPECIFICATIONS

M14/41
MachineryOne SPA 15-TM-40 8-cyl gasoline engine rated at 125hp
SuspensionVertical volute spring
Armament1x47mm gun, 1x8mm coxial Modello 38 machine gun, 1x8mm flexible Modello 38 machine gun
Armor6-42mm
Crew4
Length4.92 m
Width2.20 m
Height2.38 m
Weight14.0 t
Speed32 km/h
Range200 km

Photographs

Italian M14/41 tanks and Semovente 75/18 assault guns in Italy, Sep 1943Disabled Italian-made PzKpfw 736(i) tank in Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944




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Italian M14/41 tanks and Semovente 75/18 assault guns in Italy, Sep 1943Disabled Italian-made PzKpfw 736(i) tank in Warsaw, Poland, 22 Aug 1944


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