T-35 Model 1939
General Historical Information
Place of origin USSR
Designer OKMO Tank Design Bureau
Manufacturer Kharkiv Locomotive Factory
Produced In 1933 - 1938
Category Multi-turreted heavy tank
Debut in FHSW v0.4
Speed 30 km/h
Armour T35 armour
Main armament 76.2 mm KT-28
96 rounds
Coaxial weapon 7.62 mm DT MG
45 x 60 rounds
General Ingame Information
Used by USSR
Crew in‑game 6
Seat 2 45 mm gun M1932 (110 rounds)
7.62 mm DT MG (60 rounds)
Seat 3 7.62 mm DT MG (60 rounds)
Seat 4 45 mm gun M1932 (110 rounds)
7.62 mm DT MG (60 rounds)
Seat 5 7.62 mm DT MG (60 rounds)
Seat 6 Propaganda
Commander Seat
Historical Picture

The T-35 was a Soviet multi-turreted heavy tank of the interwar period and early Second World War that saw limited production and service with the Red Army. It was the only five-turreted heavy tank in the world to reach production but proved to be slow and mechanically unreliable. Most of the T-35 tanks still operational at the time of Operation Barbarossa were lost due to mechanical failure rather than enemy action.

Outwardly it was large but internally the spaces were cramped with the fighting compartments separated from each other. Some of the turrets obscured the entrance hatches.

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