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T-44 Soviet medium tank (1944)
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.
The SKS is a Soviet semi-automatic carbine chambered for the ×39mm round, designed in 1943 by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov. Its complete designation ...
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Eight Mexican civil registrations were allocated to B-25's, including one aircraft registered to the Bank of Mexico but used by the President of Mexico.
All military SKSs have a bayonet attached to the underside of the barrel, which is extended and retracted via a spring-loaded hinge. Both blade and spike bayonets were produced.  Spike bayonets were used on the 1949 Tula Russian SKS-45, the Chinese Type 56 from mid 1964 onward, and the Albanian Model 561. The Yugoslavian-made M59/66 and M59/66A1 variants are the only SKS models with an integral grenade launching attachment. 
It all started a few years before The World War II, when Adolf Hitler became a Chancellor and gained control of the German policy .