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Loza published a second book, titled "Fighting for the Soviet Motherland: Recollections from the Eastern Front".

He notes a difference in the Sherman was that it did not have the 'spalling problem' in the turret as the T-34 tankers experienced up to the early 1943.

The Shermans were equipped with two radios VHF and HF.

The diesel engine ni the T-34 by 1944 had a service life of 180 to 200 hours. The Sherman twin-engine diesel had 400 hours.
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