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In the Urals, according to Soviet drawings, the tank T-35 was recreated

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Ural metallurgists, using Soviet drawings, recreated a multi-tower heavy tank T-35, which is installed in the museum of the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company (UMMC), reports Look with reference to the foreman of the Uralelectromed enterprise (part of the UMMC) Farit Khafizov.




“Work on the creation of the T-35 went 5 months. More than a thousand parts were manufactured at the enterprises of the UMMC according to Soviet drawings. The tank is fully consistent with the original: weight - 55 tons, body length almost 10 meters, height - 3,5 meters. The only thing is that there is no engine, so the tank is not on the move, ”said Khafizov.

“This is a fortress on tracks. We ourselves were surprised at the grandeur of this car when it was collected. This is the heaviest and largest exhibit of the Museum of military equipment UMMC. Two 50-ton cranes were used to transport equipment from the workshop to the museum, ”he said.

According to Khafizov, "just 59 of such machines was released." A tank was developed in Kharkov in the 30s of the last century.

"On tank five towers with weapons. Stood by car aviation engine licensed by BMW, but the maximum speed was only 8-10 km / h. T-35 is low maneuverable, so it was inconvenient in hostilities. Only a few took part in the battles, the rest of the vehicles failed even on the way to the front, ”he said.

Today, only one original copy of the tank is known. “Now our recreated tank has become the second in the world. T-35 was a symbol of the military and industrial power of the USSR, because nowhere in the world in the 30-ies there was a five-tower heavy tank in the series. This car is depicted on the medal "For courage", "added Hafizov.
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  1. vodolaz
    vodolaz 19 January 2016 15: 26
    26
    I saw in the news. It’s a pity that he doesn’t drive, in fact, a mass-size model. Although the work is of course titanic.
    1. Private IITR
      Private IITR 19 January 2016 15: 28
      -50 qualifying.
      It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 19 January 2016 15: 31
        21
        Quote: Private OITR
        t-34 collected

        Is this a rarity?
        1. Severomor
          Severomor 19 January 2016 15: 51
          23
          Quote: Vladimirets
          Is this a rarity?

          On the go - it's a rarity. It would not hurt filmmakers to make orders for such equipment, otherwise BMP with plywood or T-72 in the boxes is not cool.
          PS And then there was a man a German T-3 from a tractor made. Also from the Urals
          That's where filmmakers should be the first!
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 19 January 2016 16: 30
            +6
            Quote: Severomor
            On the go - it's a rarity.

            The article talks about the layout, in fact, and the layout of the T-34 is not uncommon.
            1. avdkrd
              avdkrd 19 January 2016 18: 49
              +4
              Quote: Vladimirets
              Quote: Severomor
              On the go - it's a rarity.

              The article talks about the layout, in fact, and the layout of the T-34 is not uncommon.

              A completely recreated tank according to the original drawings is not a model, but a tank without an engine. From the fact that the engine is pulled out of the T-90 tank, it will not become a prototype.
          2. DenZ
            DenZ 19 January 2016 16: 42
            +2
            It's a rarity on the go

            Maybe so, but in the same museum in Verkhnyaya Pyshma for which they made the T-35 there is a T-34 on the move. If you lived in Yekaterinburg (like me) you would have the opportunity to see him every year at the May 9 parade.
            1. Persistent
              Persistent 19 January 2016 18: 33
              +3
              T-34 even in the Donbass is on the go.
            2. Alex_Rarog
              Alex_Rarog 19 January 2016 20: 38
              +3
              I’ll say more in Pervouralsk, Sverdlovsk Region, the 34th, I visited the pedestal myself ...
              1. tundra
                tundra 19 January 2016 22: 24
                0
                In Nizhny Tagil there are 2 (two) operating T 34 tanks.
                One at the checkpoint on pastom T 34-85,
                another at the T34-76 museum
                BOTH on May 9th they see and take part in the parade.
                I don’t know how it is now, but before, 34 firemen were running through the factory without a tower. Instead of a tower, some kind of box.
                If there are factory workers with UVZ, LET CORRECT IF I AM RIGHT.
                1. tundra
                  tundra 20 January 2016 07: 43
                  0
                  The first time T34-85 was brought to Victory Day in 85 years, and it didn’t very troublesome, he took part in the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Victory.
                  T34-76 later brought that in general it was not a problem in the city of tank builders. Well, I was a kid when we climbed it, he stood in the courtyard of the museum of local lore.
          3. region58
            region58 19 January 2016 17: 23
            +9
            Quote: Severomor
            Quote: Vladimirets
            Is this a rarity?

            On the go - it's a rarity.

            It was a matter of glancing at Wikipedia, very surprised - are in service:
            Bosnia and Herzegovina - 5 T-34, as of 2010
            Vietnam - 45 T-34, as of 2010
            Guinea - 30 T-34, as of 2010
            Guinea-Bissau - 10 T-34, as of 2010
            Yemen - 30 T-34, as of 2010
            DPRK - more than 3500 T-34, T-54, T-55, T-62, Type 59, as of 2010
            Republic of the Congo - a certain amount of T-34 in storage, as of 2010
            Cuba - about 900 T-34, T-54, T-55 and T-62, as of 2010
            Laos - 10 T-34-85, as of 2010
            Mali - 21 T-34, as of 2010
            Namibia - a certain number of T-34s, which are rated as non-operational, as of 2010.
            Wikipedia, of course, must be trusted with great care, but nonetheless ...
            1. Severomor
              Severomor 19 January 2016 17: 42
              +3
              Probably incorrectly put it. On the move, it is the T-34 and the T-34/76 of release 41-42. Again for the movie. Well, it's impossible to watch what they are doing now.
              Despite the fact that in Kubinka there are both T-4 and T-5 Panther. Rule last time I was out of luck. Where is Panther? - She left. On the set!
              1. region58
                region58 19 January 2016 18: 51
                +1
                Quote: Severomor
                Probably incorrectly put it. On the move, it is the T-34 and the T-34/76 of release 41-42.

                Yes, those that are in service are probably of a very deep modernization.
          4. WERSTA.
            WERSTA. 19 January 2016 18: 35
            +3
            In Verkhnyaya Pyshma, where the museum of military equipment is located, there is also a T-34 tank. It is on the move. During military parades, it passes through the city on its own. However, not only the T34, but also many other rare models of military equipment of the past and present .In Verkhnyaya Pyshma one of the best museums of military equipment in Russia.
          5. Miron64
            Miron64 19 January 2016 20: 34
            +1
            Here he is on the move.
          6. major124
            major124 19 January 2016 21: 55
            0
            In Samara, the Tiger was made, quite an exact copy, on the go, perhaps only half the size of the original ...
        2. major124
          major124 19 January 2016 21: 53
          0
          34-k in Russia and around the world - eat some sing ... KV less, and T-35 in Kubinka and now in the Urals ...
      2. alstr
        alstr 19 January 2016 15: 42
        20
        A long time ago. T-34 they have several options (even a flamethrower is). KB -1, 2 are also present. Part restored (i.e. completed), part
        restored.
        And a lot of equipment on the go.

        In general, over 10 years a lot has been collected and created. I remember how it all started with a few cars. And now there are two large open areas, a three-story building for a museum. And each time you come and see something new difference.

        Now probably only the central museums can boast of more complete collections.

        Moreover, the museum is becoming more universal. At first there were only tanks and guns, then aviation and navy were added. Now here is another train not forgotten.

        There should be more such museums.
        Link to the museum website - http://museum.elem.ru/ru/
      3. frost1979
        frost1979 19 January 2016 15: 47
        -12 qualifying.
        Quote: Private ICU
        It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled

        "d.i.b.i.l, b.db ..."))
        1. pv1005
          pv1005 19 January 2016 23: 37
          0
          Quote: frost1979
          Quote: Private ICU
          It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled

          "d.i.b.i.l, b.db ..."))

          And look at yourself in the mirror? Not?
      4. Mavrikiy
        Mavrikiy 19 January 2016 16: 37
        10
        "It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled"
        Good, spoke out. Now explain why it’s better?
        T34 and HF are enough, everywhere on the monuments, constantly get out of rivers and swamps. And then the T-35! Can you imagine how the Germans were fooling him when they arrived at their greats? One was dragged away and 1945. he participated in the defense of the Reich.
        Yes, monster. The most powerful tank of the 30s.
        And about speed - nonsense. Speed ​​is always given on the highway, he has it 30 km \ hour.
        Few participated in the battles (7 pcs.), So they, these elephants, were driven by marches to breakdowns by the fathers of the commanders. And the car, oh beauty.
        Dead end branch?
        1. Ros 56
          Ros 56 19 January 2016 20: 21
          +2
          Quote: Mavrikiy
          how the Germans from him are fools


          Yes, the Germans were surprised at this community, but there was no sense in it. Everyone abandoned either because of a breakdown, or black ones. But mainly for technical reasons, in the Second World War, so about nothing. Pity the tankers.
          1. Mavrikiy
            Mavrikiy 20 January 2016 05: 10
            +1
            "Yes, the Germans were surprised at this bulk, only there was no sense from it. They all abandoned either because of a breakdown, or hit. But mainly for technical reasons, in the Second World War, so nothing. I feel sorry for the tankers."

            At the beginning of the war, all tanks were of little use. They threw both T34 and KV. Someone after the battle, without shells, someone without fuel, and a broken chassis. And all of them before the battle marched hundreds of kilometers on their own. The Germans gradually abandoned the captured tanks, there were no spare parts.
            T35 did not fight practically, so what? forget it like a bad dream? "And Baba Yaga is against!"
      5. Madlinx
        Madlinx 19 January 2016 16: 53
        +1
        At the beginning of the 00s I saw a whole train of t34 / 85, or filmmakers went somewhere, or something else.
        1. Ros 56
          Ros 56 19 January 2016 20: 24
          +1
          Quote: MadLynx
          the whole composition t34 / 85 saw


          At Mosfilm, there must be a regiment of them, with all operating, refuel, backwaters and go.
      6. dmi.pris
        dmi.pris 19 January 2016 17: 17
        +6
        Why is it better? The old equipment must be restored all, not paying attention to merit .. This is the memory of those people whose work created these machines ...
        Quote: Private ICU
        It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled
      7. Ros 56
        Ros 56 19 January 2016 20: 11
        0
        Quote: Private OITR
        t-34 collected

        Why, the t-34 is already full, and there is a quarter.
      8. svp67
        svp67 20 January 2016 05: 16
        +4
        Quote: Private OITR
        It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled

        Quote: Private OITR
        It would be better ..... t-34 collected

        Please:
        T34 arr. 1940

        T34 arr. 1941

        T34-57

        T34-85, still military years of release
      9. svp67
        svp67 20 January 2016 05: 30
        0
        Quote: Private OITR
        It would be better if the kv-1 or t-34 were assembled

        There are these tanks there. Moreover, in various versions ...
    2. GRAY
      GRAY 19 January 2016 15: 32
      39
      Quote: vodolaz
      I saw in the news. It’s a pity that he doesn’t drive, in fact, a mass-size model. Although the work is of course titanic.

      In Kubinka, they restored and put on the move the real one.
      1. Blondy
        Blondy 19 January 2016 17: 21
        +5
        Eh, still the Soviet Energy with Buran and Skif was restored. Well, "war bast shoes" from the Spiral to the same place with some bast shoes. The global international situation would become very interesting.
    3. Altona
      Altona 19 January 2016 15: 46
      +5
      Quote: vodolaz
      I saw in the news. It’s a pity that he doesn’t drive, in fact, a mass-size model. Although the work is of course titanic.

      ------------------------
      As a museum object of technical thought of that era, it is very beautiful and aesthetic. The Germans have many beautiful museums to demonstrate technology, they would buy such a tank for the exhibition of some museum.
      1. WUA 518
        WUA 518 19 January 2016 15: 53
        12
        Quote: Altona
        they would buy such a tank for an exhibition of some museum.

        Will be smothered somehow. Enough that restored the IL-2 to flying condition and sold in private hands!
    4. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 19 January 2016 15: 48
      +5
      The medal "For Courage" is actually not T-35, but T-28.
      The T-35 was not only a ceremonial tank, it fought in the Finnish and the Great Patriotic War, even used in a counter attack near Moscow.
      1. kalibr
        kalibr 19 January 2016 16: 37
        +3
        They were not in the offensive near Moscow. You remember shots from the film "Offensive near Moscow", but ... these are staged shooting.
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 19 January 2016 19: 23
          +3
          Quote: kalibr
          stills from the film "Offensive near Moscow"
          The film is called "The defeat of the German troops near Moscow." I remember this for sure ... My wife studied at the institute and asked me to make a report about this film (they were given such an assignment). When the lecturer read the report, he had eyes on his forehead belay and smile. He could only ask: "Did you write this for sure ..?"))). And the film is well-deserved! And not only because of the "Oscar". He then instilled in our people faith in victory, allowed us to feel a formidable the power of the Red Army and taste the joy of the first great victory.
          1. kalibr
            kalibr 20 January 2016 18: 08
            +1
            Who argues with this? And the T-35 look very good!
      2. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 19 January 2016 17: 47
        +7
        Quote: Denis Obukhov
        T-35 is not only a front tank, he fought in the Finnish

        I didn’t fight. In the Finnish war, the 20th heavy tank Red Banner Brigade named after Sergei Mironovich Kirov, armed with the T-28, participated.

        It is usually misleading that the brigades were called heavy tank brigades. In fact, most TTRs were armed with medium T-28s. Heavy T-35s were only in the only 5 ttbr.
      3. Alf
        Alf 19 January 2016 23: 19
        +5
        Quote: Denis Obukhov
        The medal "For Courage" is actually not T-35, but T-28.

        Nope. The medal clearly shows that the right front tower is larger than the left, and this is a sign of the T-35.
      4. The comment was deleted.
    5. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 19 January 2016 15: 51
      +2
      According to one version, the T-35 tank took the last battle ... during the defense of Berlin. Cadets of one of the German tank schools fought on it, where this tank was in the form of a captured (museum) exhibit ...
      1. WUA 518
        WUA 518 19 January 2016 16: 07
        10
        Quote: Denis Obukhov
        T-35 tank took ... during the defense of Berlin.
        Captured by fighters of the 22nd Guards Infantry Brigade in the Zossen area in April 1945.
    6. RUS96
      RUS96 19 January 2016 16: 47
      +4
      .........................
    7. Persistent
      Persistent 19 January 2016 18: 31
      +1
      It’s a pity that he doesn’t drive, in fact, a mass-size model. Although the work is of course titanic.

      I am sure that they will not rest on their laurels. He will ride !!!
    8. smershxnumx
      smershxnumx 19 January 2016 21: 03
      +1
      Colleague!!! Pyshminsky guys (under the strict guidance of Kozitsyn laughing ) are very kind to the exhibits ... I think that the engine will also be assembled ... Not for the first time ... In the exposition, all tanks and self-propelled guns are on the go !!!! On May 9, 34 drove through Verkhnyaya Pyshma !!!! I want to bring my son there again, he likes it there, only they fenced the equipment, but it’s a pity ... The boys liked to climb it so much ...
  2. Primus pilus
    Primus pilus 19 January 2016 15: 30
    +2
    Not the most successful but without a doubt the iconic tank.
    1. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 19 January 2016 15: 56
      +7
      And it is certainly the only serial five-turret tank. The British "Independence" never went into production, and I can't remember any other five-turret tanks.
      And on the medal "For Courage" three-tower T-28. which were produced by an order of magnitude more than the T-35 (something about 500 units against 59).
      I have the honor.
      1. igordok
        igordok 19 January 2016 16: 44
        +9
        Quote: Aleksandr72
        And on the medal "For Courage" three-tower T-28.

        The T-35 is depicted on the medal. At least it should be. The rear towers are not visible, and in the front, the right with a gun, and the left with a machine gun.
        Description
        The medal “For Courage” is silver, has the shape of a circle with a diameter of 37 mm with a convex side on both sides. On the front side of the coin at the top are three flying aircraft. Under the planes there is an inscription in two lines “For Courage”, red enamel is placed on the letters. Under this inscription is a stylized T-35 tank. At the bottom of the medal is the inscription "USSR", covered with red enamel. On the reverse (back) - the number of the medal. The medal is attached to the pentagonal block, covered with a silk moire ribbon, using a ring. Gray tape with two longitudinal blue stripes at the edges, tape width 24 mm. Strip width 2 mm. Initially, the “For Courage” medal was attached to a quadrangular block covered with a red ribbon.
        In accordance with the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR of July 7 1941, the medal "For Courage" after the death of the awarded was returned to the Presidium of the Supreme Council of the USSR. The certificate for the medal could be left in the family of the awarded (decision of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of July 13 1943 year).

    2. V.ic
      V.ic 19 January 2016 16: 10
      +7
      Quote: Primus Pilus
      but devil doubt

      That's why he devil / small or large = unknown /.
    3. 97110
      97110 19 January 2016 18: 04
      0
      Quote: Primus Pilus
      no doubt

      What a delight! Burn with a verb, it turns out! Will evil be offended for naming it with a small letter?
  3. prabiz
    prabiz 19 January 2016 15: 31
    +2
    Great job! Well done, that remembered about a unique tank!
    1. Boos
      Boos 19 January 2016 15: 32
      +1
      Why a photo from Kubinka? Where is the photo under discussion?
      1. WUA 518
        WUA 518 19 January 2016 15: 41
        12
        Quote: Boos
        Where is the photo under discussion?
        http://tass.ru/ural-news/2596467
        There is a video link
      2. GRAY
        GRAY 19 January 2016 15: 43
        +4
        Quote: Boos
        Why a photo from Kubinka? Where is the photo under discussion?

        The video is here: http://tass.ru/ural-news/2596467
  4. JACTUS RECTUS
    JACTUS RECTUS 19 January 2016 15: 31
    +3
    Impressive to see live.
    1. tolancop
      tolancop 19 January 2016 15: 56
      +1
      In Kubinka stands. But unsuccessfully - against the wall. The approach is only in front, the left side and the stern are not visible at all.
      1. JACTUS RECTUS
        JACTUS RECTUS 19 January 2016 16: 30
        +3
        I live in the Far East, if I don’t go, it’s not soon.
  5. nizrum
    nizrum 19 January 2016 15: 42
    +3
    Only one question .... Why?

    I suspect they are simply restoring old technologies ... and this, so to speak, is training.
    1. Altona
      Altona 19 January 2016 15: 48
      +5
      Quote: nizrum
      Only one question .... Why?

      ------------------------
      For history, everything is valuable, but seriously. If not serious, then for the new unit of the WOT game ..
  6. Klim2011
    Klim2011 19 January 2016 15: 42
    +6
    The photo is weak in the article, I will add in good quality.
  7. Klim2011
    Klim2011 19 January 2016 15: 44
    +3
    If you simply insert a photo, an inscription pops up - your comment is very short. What the fuck is that?
  8. Vladimir 1964
    Vladimir 1964 19 January 2016 15: 45
    -13 qualifying.
    With all due respect, to really hard work of the enterprise employees, can someone calmly answer me. What is all this for? I mean that what historical or cultural value is the T-35 tank for Uralelectromed (part of the UMMC).
    Honestly, colleagues, I just don’t understand. hi
    1. GRAY
      GRAY 19 January 2016 15: 52
      22
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      What is all this for?

      For a museum, they have a good museum. Museums are needed so that people know their culture and history, and do not turn into animals.
      1. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 19 January 2016 16: 34
        -6
        Quote: GRAY
        For a museum, they have a good museum. Museums are needed so that people know their culture and history, and do not turn into animals.

        Sergey, here at the Kharkov Tractor Tractor his place would be quite understandable to me, he graduated there. But what does it have to do with the Ural non-ferrous metal plant? So, colleague, animals have nothing to do with it. hi
        1. GRAY
          GRAY 19 January 2016 17: 05
          +8
          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          Sergey, here at the Kharkov Tractor Tractor his place would be quite understandable to me,

          The Soviet tank has no place in the Ukrainian factory, at least for now, they are more likely to equip a bust of Bandera.

          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          But what does it have to do with the Ural non-ferrous metal plant?

          Nothing. Just the company's management does a useful job.
          The UMMC Museum of Military Equipment was opened on May 9, 2005 by the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company in order to preserve the memory of the heroic past of our Motherland and the military-patriotic education of youth.
          In 2011, the museum received the status of a Public Branch of the Central Museum of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.
        2. fzr1000
          fzr1000 19 January 2016 17: 58
          +3
          So the independent ones will quickly fix it in ATO or push collectors to the West for cheap.
          No. This is our story, Svidomo refused it, so let it stand in the Urals.
        3. 97110
          97110 19 January 2016 18: 19
          +1
          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          here at the Kharkov Tractor Tractor his place I would be quite clear

          Your understanding does not comply with the laws of the country in which the former is located. Russian city of Kharkov. Now it is the city of Kharkiv, Bandera, where people who believed the promises of specially trained Americans jumped to fuck something from plundering Russia. Well, what will remain after the Americans ... And they will even donate the Soviet T-35 tank for scrap not as a tank, but as a symbol of totalitarianism, communism and National Socialism at once. And then the hands go to wash with soap. If they find, of course ...
        4. veteran66
          veteran66 19 January 2016 19: 32
          +2
          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          here on the Kharkov tractor

          following your logic, in order to see La-5, I need to go to Gorky or Tbilisi, after MiG - to Moscow, HF - to review in Leningrad, CBT - to Tula, etc. So you can’t save any money!
          1. Alexey RA
            Alexey RA 20 January 2016 10: 15
            +1
            Quote: veteran66
            following your logic, in order to see La-5, I need to go to Gorky or Tbilisi, after MiG - to Moscow, HF - to review in Leningrad, CBT - to Tula, etc. So you can’t save any money!

            Yeah ... and for DB-3 then you have to roll right to Komsomolsk-on-Amur. smile

            By the way, in Leningrad, on a pedestal there is a truly unique car - the first KV-85. The first ... and the only one left.
        5. Warbird # 4
          Warbird # 4 19 January 2016 20: 50
          +3
          This year, near the entrance of Uralelectromedi (not in the museum), a small monument to a copper sleeve was erected. Whoever understands the meaning of even such a symbol, I think that he will understand that our museum is open.
    2. ASK505
      ASK505 19 January 2016 18: 30
      +3
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      What is all this for?


      This is the connection of the times, the battle for children, youth and brains. A man without a past has no future: one maidan of the brain.
    3. Warbird # 4
      Warbird # 4 19 January 2016 22: 35
      +1
      And you will come to the museum in Verkhnyaya Pyshma.
    4. Vladimir 1964
      Vladimir 1964 20 January 2016 00: 24
      -2
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      With all due respect, to really hard work of the enterprise employees, can someone calmly answer me. What is all this for? I mean that what historical or cultural value is the T-35 tank for Uralelectromed (part of the UMMC).
      Honestly, colleagues, I just don’t understand.

      I really did not know about the existence of the museum at this enterprise, and accordingly I expressed my opinion, hoping for a "calm answer". And I got it from my colleague Sergey (GRAY), though with an incomprehensible hint of animal origin, but the answer is exhaustive. At the same time, I learned about the approximate number of illiterate colleagues who were not able to read the comments.
      As for the minuses, my colleagues, who can read carefully, could have noticed that I had a rating much "better" than the current one, so if there is an opportunity, I "allow" those with little education to put 3 minuses. fellow It’s all the same. wassat
      1. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 20 January 2016 13: 27
        -1
        Quote: Vladimir 1964
        I really did not know about the existence of the museum at this enterprise, and accordingly I expressed my opinion, hoping for a "calm answer". And I got it from my colleague Sergey (GRAY), though with an incomprehensible hint of animal origin, but the answer is exhaustive. At the same time, I learned about the approximate number of illiterate colleagues who were not able to read the comments.
        As for the minuses, my colleagues, who can read carefully, could have noticed that I had a rating much "better" than the current one, so if there is an opportunity, I "allow" those with little education to put 3 minuses. As it is all the same.

        That's okay, already one "offended" responded. wassat
        1. Vladimir 1964
          Vladimir 1964 20 January 2016 19: 21
          -1
          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          That's okay, already one "offended" responded.


          It’s strange, for "visitors" of the site, for the plus signs of waste to pour, for a bang, but here not a single minus, apparently, the "threesomes" lacked perception. wassat
    5. Vladimir 1964
      Vladimir 1964 20 January 2016 19: 31
      -2
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      With all due respect, to really hard work of the enterprise employees, can someone calmly answer me. What is all this for? I mean that what historical or cultural value is the T-35 tank for Uralelectromed (part of the UMMC).
      Honestly, colleagues, I just don’t understand.

      I create a site for minus signers, according to this comment. www. idiotihgm.ru
      wassat
  9. Klim2011
    Klim2011 19 January 2016 15: 46
    +4
    Another angle (.................................)
  10. Fei_Wong
    Fei_Wong 19 January 2016 15: 46
    +5
    Quote: vodolaz
    I saw in the news. It’s a pity that he doesn’t drive, in fact, a mass-size model. Although the work is of course titanic.

    By the way, the leadership of Wargaming.net (the creators of the famous MMO World of Tanks) promised to restore another legendary giant - Maus. Those. to bring the Mouse that in Kubinka to working order (of course, no one will cast a new copy in metal - after all, 188 tons).
    As part of the Remember Everything program, Wargaming, together with the Armored Museum in Kubinka, with which the company entered into a long-term exclusive strategic partnership, intends to restore the legendary Maus tank. Unfortunately, most of the tank’s components were not preserved, so they will be restored individually at factories around the world in close cooperation with experienced restorers of military equipment. The fully restored Maus will be located in the Armored Museum in Kubinka, and everyone can see this unique example of military equipment with their own eyes.

    1. 97110
      97110 19 January 2016 18: 26
      0
      Quote: Fei_Wong
      Of course, no one will cast a new copy in the metal - after all, 188 tons
      silumin? Or are you really writing about steel casting? Not a litheichik, I can’t imagine the technology of casting a copy of a tank on a 1: 1 scale from steel.
  11. tolancop
    tolancop 19 January 2016 15: 49
    +5
    The news is great, but upon careful reading, questions arise either to Vzglyad or to the head of the workshop of the Uralelectromed enterprise (part of the UMMC) Farit Khafizov:
    ".. More than a thousand parts were manufactured at the enterprises of the UMMC according to Soviet drawings. The tank is fully consistent with the original: weight - 55 tons, hull length is almost 10 meters, height - 3,5 meters. The only thing, there is no engine, so the tank is not on the move", - said Khafizov ... "
    If there is no engine, then it is premature to speak of full compliance with the original, as well as full compliance with weight indicators (when installing an engine with a body kit, the mass will necessarily increase). Again, I do not think that compliance with the Soviet drawings is FULL. For example, it is unlikely that an armor plate of stamps 70 years ago is unlikely to be produced today. Cable products for wiring are also clearly modern, etc.

    ".. Today only one original tank is known." Now our recreated tank is the second in the world ... "
    It should be understood that now there are TWO original copies of the T-35. Hafizov does not know how the original differs from the remake?

    Be that as it may, the work was wonderful and those who mastered it - honor and respect. But you read the news with such mistakes and there are questions about what they did on the matter itself: really the T-35 according to Soviet drawings or a tank with dimensions and very similar to the T-35 ...
  12. avva2012
    avva2012 19 January 2016 15: 50
    +2
    maximum speed was only 8 – 10 km / h. T-35 is maneuverable, so it was inconvenient in hostilities.

    Tank breakthrough defense in depth. At that time, one of the best for this purpose. Five towers, decent armor. Before the appearance of sub-caliber shells, what could he oppose? So what a wonderful tank for its time.
    1. Kars
      Kars 19 January 2016 15: 53
      +1
      Quote: avva2012
      Before the appearance of sub-caliber shells, what could he oppose?

      What? His mallet 37 mm took.
      Quote: avva2012
      So what a wonderful tank for its time.

      for the end of World War I
      1. avva2012
        avva2012 19 January 2016 16: 10
        10
        “Note that even the 25-mm armor of the front turret could withstand hits from a 37-mm German“ mallet. ”True, Sazanov was a little wrong about the torn caterpillar (most likely, the engine was damaged or the main clutch burned out), but the essence of the matter is not Even in 1941, the armoring of early T-35 tanks (without additional frontal armor) could withstand shelling from medium and long distances from the main German anti-tank gun PaK35 / 36. In order to disable the "five-tower", the enemy had to "slap "Several dozen shells into it, until the T-35 approached the effective range of anti-tank equipment. If, say, a T-34 were in its place, the result would have been the same."
        The front-line soldier’s story about the T-35 fight, I’m not quoting, in order not to overload the comment.
        No need to lie, Kars.
        1. Kars
          Kars 19 January 2016 16: 17
          +1
          Quote: avva2012
          quite able to withstand shelling from medium and long distances

          Distance, m At the meeting angle 60 °, mm At the meeting angle 90 °, mm
          100 31 50
          300 30?
          500 25 30

          How lucky, but to write that he doesn’t take him, that’s really lying.
          1. avva2012
            avva2012 19 January 2016 16: 33
            +6
            for the end of World War I
            To get started, give an example of the tank of the end of the PMV, with the same performance characteristics as the T-35.
            1. Alexey RA
              Alexey RA 20 January 2016 10: 17
              +1
              Quote: avva2012
              To get started, give an example of the tank of the end of the PMV, with the same performance characteristics as the T-35.
              Char 2C.

              Monsieur clearly knew a lot about perversions ... smile
        2. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 20 January 2016 10: 22
          0
          Quote: avva2012
          Notice that even the 25 mm front turret armor could withstand hits from the 37 mm German “beater”. True, Sazanov turned out to be a little wrong about the broken track (most likely, the engine was damaged or the main clutch burned out), but this does not change the essence of the matter. Even in 1941, the early booking of T-35 tanks (without additional frontal armor) could withstand shelling from medium and long ranges from the main German anti-tank gun PaK35 / 36.

          Only here are the PTP calculations firing from PaK35 / 36 from medium and long distanceswere in the Wehrmacht in trace amounts.
          According to the experience of our own tankers of 1941, German anti-tank missiles opened fire from small distances, and on board. German fans shoot in the frontal projection and from medium distances weaned to do it back in France.

          In general, according to the results of domestic shootings of German anti-tank vehicles in 1942, the following results were obtained:
          37-mm anti-tank gun PaK.36, ordinary armor-piercing:
          The 45-mm sheet normal showed a rear strength limit of 700 meters - that is, starting from 700 meters the “mallet” can dig through the side and the T-34 turret.
      2. V.ic
        V.ic 19 January 2016 16: 23
        +1
        Quote: Kars
        for the end of World War I

        The truth has been voiced more than once that "Generals are always preparing for the last war." The powers that be have yet to reach a simple truth understandable to production workers: about reducing production costs while increasing the manufacturability of products and, accordingly, the release of large-scale products. Not everyone was then as smart as V.G. Grabin.
      3. Albert1988
        Albert1988 19 January 2016 21: 56
        0
        Quote: Kars
        for the end of World War I

        You waved it! At the end of the First World War, freaks were sculpted ala MkVIII, and the T-35 in the First World War would have been just a "super tank from the future" ...
        And then in the thirties, both the British and the Germans turned it over ...
        1. Kars
          Kars 19 January 2016 23: 06
          +1
          Quote: Albert1988
          And then in the thirties, both the British and the Germans turned it over ...

          The British heaped Endeavor 1 pieces, from which the T-35 was written off, and the three-tower Fritz was also, whole 5 pieces to mine.
          Quote: avva2012
          To get started, give an example of the tank of the end of the PMV, with the same performance characteristics as the T-35.

          It was against their background that the T-35 would look great.
          1. Albert1988
            Albert1988 20 January 2016 13: 24
            +1
            Quote: Kars
            The British heaped Endeavor 1 pc, from which they wrote off the T-35,

            Only now, not Endeavor, but an "Independent", well, and the Fritzes, yes - Neubaufahrzeug messed up, and also in the early 30s (!) Like ours, their multi-turret miracle.

            Quote: Kars
            It was against their background that the T-35 would look great.

            Against the background of PzI, for example, and a significant part of the art of the same British and French of the early to mid-30s, the T-35, at least, does not stand out for the worse ...
  13. BISMARCK94
    BISMARCK94 19 January 2016 15: 50
    +3
    Was in this museum. It is simply amazing, in places where there were no fights, such museums are very rare, but a pity. They would cooperate with Kubinka, where there are also quite a few unique samples, which also need restoration. By the way, according to the guide, they have plans to make retro cars a separate composition and build a route. Good luck to them.
  14. wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 19 January 2016 15: 51
    +9
    The car had an aircraft engine made under license from BMW, but the maximum speed was only 8 – 10 km / h

    Who wrote this nonsense?

    Speed ​​on the highway, km / h - 28,9, Speed ​​on rough terrain, km / h - 14


    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Т-35

    There are other sources that confirm that the T-35 could travel at a speed far greater than the 8-10 km / h. Those who wish can find them through the search engines of the browsers installed on their PC or e-mail and familiarize themselves.
  15. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 19 January 2016 15: 55
    +4
    Land battleship ...
  16. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 19 January 2016 15: 58
    15
    Here, the “Cuban” went into his last and decisive battle. If we discard the modern cars in the background, then it probably was so in the summer of 41.
  17. lysyj bob
    lysyj bob 19 January 2016 15: 58
    +2
    Respect and respect for these guys. To the greatest regret, in our country there was no tradition of preserving samples of military equipment, so to speak, “for posterity.” How many unique machines have been lost! Something remained in Kubinka and Monino, in single copies, but the bulk of the unique devices went to Scrapped. About aviation during the Second World War, in general, it hurts to speak. Not a single operating machine, except for the remakes. The most offensive thing is that the planes removed from service were destroyed along with documentation and drawings. Even in the states of our rarities on the go more than in their homeland. In this regard, we have a lot to learn from a conventional enemy.
    PS The medal "For Courage" is not T-35 but T-28.
  18. Fei_Wong
    Fei_Wong 19 January 2016 16: 04
    16
    Quote: lysyj bob
    PS The medal "For Courage" is not T-35 but T-28.

    No, it’s T-35. It's just that the artist who made her obverse did not particularly go into preserving a clear similarity of the depicted one (and the angle is such that it is difficult to show the rear towers). But this is the T-35, no doubt. Clearly seen as cannonand machine-gun turrets (the T-28 has only two machine-gun turrets).
    As well as the characteristic VLD (there is no mechanical drive hatch box between the small towers) and completely covers the lead / guide rollers for the bulwark. Compare with the T-28:
    1. lysyj bob
      lysyj bob 19 January 2016 16: 17
      +7
      I apologize, I could have been mistaken, and thanks for the amendment
  19. ros44
    ros44 19 January 2016 16: 41
    +3
    Quote: Kars
    What? His mallet 37 mm took.

    Quote: Kars
    for the end of World War I

    Well, hurt Svidomo that the tank was recreated, everywhere he sees only cons.
  20. Fei_Wong
    Fei_Wong 19 January 2016 16: 56
    +6
    Quote: ros44
    Quote: Kars
    What? His mallet 37 mm took.

    Quote: Kars
    for the end of World War I

    Well, hurt Svidomo that the tank was recreated, everywhere he sees only cons.

    According to the T-35 armor protection, he’s wrong, yes. Or does not distinguish between modifications of the T-35.
    For example, the T-35A (1939 model) had 70mm of frontal armor, and 30mm of armor already conical towers. The German mallet would not have been able to take such a "hippo".
  21. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 19 January 2016 17: 43
    0
    It's time to collect stones.
  22. Belgorod
    Belgorod 19 January 2016 17: 49
    0
    1. The number of issued, pcs. 2 prototypes;
    61 serial
    2 In 1995, Model-Designer released a magazine dedicated to the T-35 (Armored Collection No. 2 of 1995. The T-35 Heavy Tank) Very interesting. Describes the creation, as well as the combat path of almost all vehicles. You can download-3http: //knigiknig.com/jurnaly/40568-bronekollekcija__2_1995g_tjazhe
    lyjj_tank_t35.html
  23. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 19 January 2016 18: 26
    +5
    Okay. As a warning, a tear from the stove and ask a question. How was it created, for what tasks? He was not the first in the world. His peer "Independent" looks like an underweight, a Frenchman of 70 tons is clearly a sperm whale washed ashore. There were. But experienced stuff. Why?
    1MV showed that breakthrough tanks are needed. This is armor and firepower. Everyone tried to create such tanks and got burned, decided a dead end branch and closed the topic. They sent infantry escort tanks and light tanks ... And only we issued a series of breakthrough tanks, and even lighter T28 and T29, we realized that the problem of the breakthrough must be solved, and not discarded as unsolvable, and therefore not necessary.
    We were the only ones in the world who had on the eve of a 2mv breakthrough tank - KV-1! And he appeared thanks to the comprehension of the experience of using the T-35.
    It's time to understand, either you spend and become the first for 5 years, or save and wake up to collect cones, another example of the T-34.
  24. moskowit
    moskowit 19 January 2016 21: 08
    0
    What does "according to Soviet drawings" mean? Now, it means, "I, not me, and the house is not mine," so what? Throw 70 years from the history of Great Russia? Let us now divide: "imperial blueprints", "Soviet blueprints" ... They even exist, as a legacy of the Great History, but are there "Russian-federal" ones? Everything is at the mercy of the rabid "fraternity" who spat on the people and, for their own sake, appropriated and sold off the national property. Thank God at least there are Soviet drawings as evidence of the former might!
    1. Alf
      Alf 19 January 2016 23: 28
      +2
      Quote: moskowit
      What does "according to Soviet drawings" mean?

      This refers to the original archival drawings, and not drawings printed from a worldwide dump.
      1. moskowit
        moskowit 20 January 2016 17: 57
        0
        You, Vasily, think me for a fool? I am the 47 year in mechanical engineering and I know very well how to make this type of product.
        I meant the author’s desire to abstract from our past ...
  25. for_White_Only
    for_White_Only 19 January 2016 21: 43
    -7
    It would be better if the rollers for the t-90 were made in the same time. More and more good.
    1. Warbird # 4
      Warbird # 4 19 January 2016 22: 30
      +2
      They will forget history, because you yourself will remember the benefits. What does the rollers for the T-90 have to do with restorers if people are enthusiasts?
  26. ros44
    ros44 19 January 2016 22: 49
    0
    Very nice museum, wonderful! Located in the city of Verkhnyaya Pyshma, it is next to the city of Yekaterinburg.
  27. ros44
    ros44 19 January 2016 22: 56
    0
    Quote: JACTUS RECTUS
    I live in the Far East, if I don’t go, it’s not soon.

    So to you in Yekaterinburg, 10 minutes by metro and 25 minutes by bus to Verkhnyaya Pyshma hi
  28. for_White_Only
    for_White_Only 20 January 2016 12: 07
    -3
    Quote: Warbird # 4
    They will forget history, because you yourself will remember the benefits. What does the rollers for the T-90 have to do with restorers if people are enthusiasts?

    What article have you read? it is written that more than 1000 parts were created from scratch, so it would be better for existing tanks to create something from scratch than to recreate an unnecessary soviet nedotank! Why nedotank - read the history of its operation. And yes, your mother didn’t teach you that it is customary for you to turn to strangers?