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antitank weapon Explained

antitank weapon at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:

Any of several guns, missiles, and mines intended for use against tanks. Land mines, ordinary artillery, and other projectiles were used to destroy tanks in World War I. By World War II antitank guns had been developed; they frequently fired special ammunition such as the hollow charge shell, which exploded on impact with great penetrating force. Various antitank missiles and launching devices, incl. the bazooka, were also used in the war.