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Not every nation could afford to design and produce their own tanks, and that’s why it often made sense for a developing country to buy them from industrial powerhouses — like the US or the Soviet Union. At first, India considered reaching an agreement with Germany, but then the British turned up and snatched the initiative by making an offer that was very hard to refuse. Not only were they ready to help set up factories in India to produce tanks, but they also agreed to pass the technical know-how to local engineers.










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