Can we change the paradigms of the modern battle tank?

Since the beginning of the 30s, the logic underlying the evolution of the combat tank has remained the same, namely thicker armor, a more powerful gun, and a more efficient engine to maintain the armor's mobility. This is how the 30 ton tanks like the T34 or the Panzer IV at the beginning of the Second World War, were transformed little by little into armored vehicles of more than 40 tons like the Panther and the M26 Pershing 2, and even beyond with the German Tigers of 57 tons. At the end of the Second World War, two schools appeared in the…

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