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T-44 Soviet medium tank (1944)
In 1964 the United States obtained a PT-76 by undisclosed means. The tank was evaluated Tank-Automotive Center in February, and was deemed inferior to American tanks. 
Almost as soon as the SKS was brought into service in 1949, it was rendered obsolete for Soviet purposes by the new AK-47, which was adopted by the Soviet military later that year.
The T-44 had several generations of prototypes. Development started in autumn 1943, in the then-Ural-based Zavod Nr. 183. Work on it started under the direct order of Stalin, who had also refused the T-43 for service, as he believed that Chief Designer . Morozov would come up with something better. The idea was to keep the high mobility of the T-34, but give it armor like the KV. Such a project had been attempted by the KV-85 and IS series , but the Soviets needed a medium tank that was cheaper and easier to produce.
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