After the Battle of Cambrai, Germany realized how superior the British "Rhomboid" tanks were off-road to their A7V. The result was the A7V/U It was similer in shape to the British tanks, and housed
two 5.7cm cannons in side sponsons. It was based on A7V chassis No.524, and had a "tower" on top for a machine gunner. The project was abandoned on September 12, 1918 and the vehicle was scrapped.


Number Built: 1

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Weight: Almost 40 tons

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Engine: 2x 110hp engines

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Primary Weapon: 2x 5,7cm cannons

Secondary Weapon: 4x MG 08/15



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