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Anti-tank systems developed during World War I as the need to develop the technology and tactics to destroy tanks rose. The first tanks were developed in 1916 but not operated in battle until 1917, with the first anti-tank systems developed in Germany. Anti-tank systems then evolved rapidly during World War II, leading to the inclusion of weaponry that was portable by more

Anti-tank systems developed during World War I as the need to develop the technology and tactics to destroy tanks rose. The first tanks were developed in 1916 but not operated in battle until 1917, with the first anti-tank systems developed in Germany. Anti-tank systems then evolved rapidly during World War II, leading to the inclusion of weaponry that was portable by the infantry such as the Bazooka. Both the Soviet army and the German army developed full methods of combating tank-lead offensives, protected by anti-tank obstacles and minefields.

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