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Sembo 0102 Leclerc Main Tank | Speed Build

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About Leclerc Main Tank

The Leclerc Main Tank is a heavy tank developed by the French company, Groupe Renault.

In the end of World War II, France was left without its own heavy tanks, having been relying on American M4 Shermans and British Churchill tanks during the war.

The AMX-50 project was a French-German joint venture to produce a new battle tank in the late 1940s. The design for this vehicle came from American engineer Edward Russell, who had been involved in the design for both the M26 Pershing and T26E3 Super Pershing.

The AMX 50 project was cancelled by France in 1951 when it became apparent that sufficient numbers of AMX-13s could be built instead to equip both armored divisions.

Wiki Leclerc Main Tank

The Leclerc tank (French: char Leclerc) is a main battle tank (MBT) built by GIAT, now Nexter of France. It was named in honor of General Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque, who led the French element of the drive towards Paris while in command of the Free French 2nd Armoured Division (2e DB) in World War II. The designation "AMX-56" – while very popular – is incorrect.[6] The Leclerc is in service with the French Army and the United Arab Emirates Army. In production since 1991,[3] the Leclerc entered French service in 1992,[3] replacing the AMX 30 as the country's main armoured platform. With production now complete, the French Army has 222 Leclercs and the United Arab Emirates Army has 388. Read more

Interesting Video About Leclerc Main Tank

Below are very informative and entertaining videos to discover more about this unit and it’s place in history. Please be aware that some of these videos may contain crude language and/or actual footage of warfare. This may be disturbing to sensitive viewers. We hope you enjoy!

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