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ISU-152 Assault Gun



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The ISU-152 was developed in 1944 under the project designation Obiekt 241. It entered service with the Red Army the same year, slightly before the ISU-122. The ISU-152 was armed with a 152.4mm ML-20S howitzer which could despatch any German tank of the day by sheer projectile weight. The ISU-152 pre-dated the ISU-122 in service. Most ISU 152’s have an interlocked welded bow with a sharp angle while the ISU-122 usually has a more rounded cast bow. Several modifications of the ISU-152 were developed to prototype stage, including the Obiekt 246 (ISU-152-1) with a 152mm BL-8 howitzer and the Obiekt 247 (ISU-152-2) armed with the 152mm BL-10 howitzer. The ISU-152 ceased production in 1955. During the same year, the ISU-152 underwent a modernisation programme with improvements in the engine, transmission, fuel capacity and the provision of a 12.7mm DShK AA MG, reslting in the IS-152K.

Model Id:
2815
Manufacture:Chelyabinskiy Traktornyy Zavod (ChTZ), Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia (Sole manufacturer December 1943-55)


1) Fort IX Czerniaków, Mokotów, Poland

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Sample Photo from Album Number 395

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Unique ID: 395
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Other Identification: “331” and Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.

2) Muzeum Broni Pancernej, Centrum Szkolenia Wojsk Lądowych, Poland

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Sample Photo from Album Number 432

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Unique ID: 432
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Other Identification: Polish Eagle markings painted on superstructure sides.

3) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Reserve Collection, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 619

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Unique ID: 619
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4) Kubinka Shosse, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 667

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Unique ID: 667
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Other Identification: Number “300” and Guards insignia on superstructure sides.

5) Imperial War Museum, Duxford, Britain

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1114

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Unique ID: 1114
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Other Identification: “330” painted on superstructure sides and front.

6) Tank Memorial, Kursk, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 1170

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Unique ID: 1170
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7) Snegiri Museum of Military History, Lenino, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 2363

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Unique ID: 2363
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Other Identification: “507” previously painted on superstructure sides.

8) Muzeum Oreza Polskiego w Kolobrzegu, Kołobrzeg, Poland

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ISU-152K

From 1955, the ISU-152 was modernised as the ISU-152K with a new V-10M or V-10MK engine which was more fuel efficient and had better filtration leading to increased run-life. New external stowage was provided and fuel capacity was increased from 500 litres to 920 litres located in six external fuel tanks, the increased fuel capacity increasing range from under 200km to 450km. The ISU-152 remained in production until 1955. The ISU-152K carried 30 rounds of 152mm ammunition and 300 rounds of 12.7mm ammunition on board. It can be recognised by the additional fuel tanks, external stowage boxes above the track guards and the modified engine deck. Also hatches (4) etc.New sights, starter, eletrics, radio.

Model Id:
2816
Manufacture:Chelyabinskiy Traktornyy Zavod (ChTZ), Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia (ISU-152 manufacturer)
Factory 185 Kirov, Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg and Novgorod Region, Russia (ISU-152K upgrade)


9) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 359

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Unique ID: 359
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Other Identification: Collection number 114 painted on left turret side.

[PTIR: #18]

10) Poklonnaya Gora Victory Park, Moscow, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 2400

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Unique ID: 2400
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Other Identification: “255” painted on superstructure sides.

ISU-152M

The ISU-152M was developed as the Izdeliye 241 prototype in the late 1940's.

Model Id:
2818
Manufacture:Chelyabinskiy Traktornyy Zavod (ChTZ), Chelyabinsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Ekaterinburg and Surrounding Regions, Russia (Sole manufacturer)


11) Kubinka NIIBT Research Collection - Soviet Vehicles, Kubinka, Russia

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Sample Photo from Album Number 361

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Unique ID: 361
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Other Identification: Collection number 116 painted on left turret side.

[PTIR: #20]