World War Two German Armored Trains: German Armored Train plans changed drastically in 1943 with the development of the Scout-Car Armored Train which rather, than be one single train, consisted of multiple identical cars. Each car had its own means of locomotion so they could operate completely independent of each other to cover more area or as a single unit to provide a greater concentration of firepower. Both light and heavy versions were made.
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