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Ranking of Countries with the Most Available Tanks
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Ranking of Countries with the Most Available Tanks (2010) »

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Tanks were first used during World War II, in order to break the war of the trenches, and their role has evolved until becoming the replacement of cavalry in the battlefield. The name "tank" in English appeared in British factories: workers had the impression that they were constructing mobile water deposits for the British Army, but in reality they were making a secret combat vehicle. Although tanks, or combat cars, are expensive and require a lot of logistics, they are one of the most feared and versatile weapons on modern battlefields, due to their capacity to attack terrestrial objectives, as well as for their ability to produce panic in enemy infantry.

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Countrycolumns columns Number of Tanks
51AngolaAngola300
52AustriaAustria233
53AustraliaAustralia210
54CanadaCanada201
55SudanSudan200
56CroatiaCroatia200
57VenezuelaVenezuela194
58BangladeshBangladesh180
59Czech RepublicCzech Republic179
60South AfricaSouth Africa168
61SwedenSweden160
62EcuadorEcuador140
63PortugalPortugal137
64NorwayNorway136
65PhilippinesPhilippines126
66ColombiaColombia125
67FinlandFinland124
68ArmeniaArmenia110
69NetherlandsNetherlands110
70SingaporeSingapore100
71TanzaniaTanzania96
72UruguayUruguay85
73KenyaKenya76
74DenmarkDenmark57
75MalaysiaMalaysia48
76OmanOman35
77HungaryHungary12
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