Italian Tank Destroyer

A specialized armored fighting vehicle designed to destroy enemy tanks, often using a powerful anti-tank gun mounted on a mobile chassis.

Italian Naval Blockade

The strategic effort by Allied forces to restrict the movement of ships and supplies to and from Italy, aimed at crippling the Italian war effort.

Italian Partisan Resistance

The organized resistance movement by Italian civilians against the Axis occupation during World War 2, often engaging in guerrilla warfare and sabotage.


A specialized version of the Iak-9, designed for ground attack missions. It was equipped with powerful cannons and rockets, making it a formidable weapon against enemy tanks and armored vehicles.


A high-altitude variant of the Iak-9, designed for intercepting enemy bombers at high altitudes. It featured a more powerful engine and improved aerodynamics, making it a formidable interceptor.


A Soviet experimental twin-engine fighter aircraft that was developed towards the end of World War II. While it showed promise, it was never put into mass production due to the war’s end.


A Soviet jet-powered fighter aircraft that was designed after World War II. It was one of the first jet fighters developed by the Soviet Union and was used in the Korean War.


A Soviet single-seat fighter aircraft that was widely used during World War II. Known for its maneuverability and durability, it played a crucial role in defending the Soviet Union from the Luftwaffe.


A highly maneuverable and fast Soviet fighter aircraft that entered service in 1944. It was known for its superior performance at high altitudes and was particularly effective in engaging German bombers.


A Soviet single-seat fighter aircraft that was a significant improvement over the Iak-1. Featuring a more powerful engine and improved aerodynamics, it served in large numbers during the latter stages of World War II.