Persian Corridor+ The Persian Corridor was a supply route through Iran into Soviet Azerbaijan by which British aid and American Lend-Lease supplies were...
The 5,000th plane transferred from the United States to Russia in the Lend-Lease
Ground transport equipment, logistics
- 427.284 trucks (Studebacker, Dodge)
- 50.501 off-road vehicles (Willys-Jeep)
- 13.300 armored transport cars and a leader(puller tractor)
- 35.041 motorcycle
- 1.981 locomotives
- 11.155 railway wagons
- 8.089 railway tracks paikoittajaa
- Hundreds of thousands of tons of rails
- 3.700.000 car tires + 81.000 tons of rubber
- 2.541.008 tonnes of oil products
Trackwidth in the Soviet Union (and Finland), is same, like is "old southern states"
Europe and the United States, width is the same as in the "northern States" or Britain
- 28 frigates
- 105 submarines
- 77 minelayer ships
- 3 icebreakers
- 140 submarine interceptors
- 202 torpedo boats
A total of 595 ships
- 5.707 Airacobra
- 2.410 Kingcobra
- And total of 9.681 five different types of fighters and bombers
(Like many Douglas A20 Havoc)
- 8.218 cannons
- 5.815 anti-tank cannons
- 8.701 cannon leaders
- 473.000.000 artillery grenades
The number of weapons delivered was about 10% of the amount produced in the Soviet Union.
Red Army clothing
- 15.010 900 pairs of military boots
- 50.413 tonnes of leather
- 69.000.000 square meter (x 1 m2) cotton canvas
FOOD keep the Red Army to survive (One metric ton is 1,000 kg)
- 3.820.906 tonnes of food (mainly tinned meat products, butter, chocolate, etc...)
In order to ensure the Red Army of communications
- Hundreds of thousands of radios
- 423.107 field phone
Raw materials for the manufacture of military equipment
(One metric ton is 1,000 kg)
- 136.000 tonnes of explosives
- 2.317.694 tonnes of steel (including armor steel);
This amount sufficient to approx. 75 000 the manufacture of the tanks
- 5.807 tonnes of aluminum tubes (manufacture of aircraft)
- 166.699 tons of aluminum castings
- 56.387 tonnes of aluminum sheet metal, (aircraft manufacture)
- 34.793 tonnes of bronze and brass rods
- 7.335 tonnes of bronze and brass wire
- 24.513 tonnes of bronze and brass sheets
- 181.616 tonnes of insulated copper wire
- 13.300 pcs
England sent to the Soviet Union during 1942-1945 to 7,000 pieces of tanks
Carriages were Mathilda-II, Churhill-II, III-Churhill, Crusader Mark-I, Crusader Mark-IV, Tetrach, and Churhill Crogodile types + 200 armor personnel carriers.
England sent the Soviet Union Valentine tanks total of 1300 pieces (not 1-type)
Canada sent to the Soviet Union during the 1942-1945 Ram and Valentine armor.
Canada made in 1420 and 2000 valentine Ram tank over the 1941 - 1943 period.
Canada sent to the Soviet Union and Valentine Ram (sherman) battle tanks.
Valentine tanks was 1380 pc. Across these wagons arrived in 1118 pcs.
Luftwaffe sank a total of 192 Canadian valentine wagon.
US sent to Soviet Union, during the 1942- 1945 13.303 pcs
Of these, sunk by the Luftwaffe 6238 tanks (Norwegian bases airplanes)
Stuart M3, M3 Grant, M3 Lee, M4 Sherman, and Sherman Grab battle tanks.
T48 / 57 mm cannon half-track, a total of 650 pcs
M10 carriages, 52 pcs
M15 wagons, 100 pcs
M17 wagons 1000 pcs
M18 wagons 5 pcs (test templates)
Track-laying armored mobile field guns 1800 pcs
Also delivered a lot of White M2 wheel, and M3A1 half-track armored cars
Other material endlessly. (One metric ton is 1,000 kg)
- 2.670.000 tons of various oil products, part of which was the high-octane fuel for aircraft.
- Featured program without compromising the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada submitted to the Soviet Union
- 2.500.000 tonnes of steel, (One metric ton is 1,000 kg)
- 820.000 tons of chemicals
- Approximately 800 000 tonnes of alloy metals.
United States supplied 4.5 million tonnes of food (One metric ton is 1,000 kg)
From 01/10/1941 - 1945 31 May, the US sent to Russia 2 660 merchant ship, which was 17.500.000 tonnes for strategic supplies.
(One metric ton is 1,000 kg)
On the way sank dozens of ships, which was 1.300.000 tons of supplies.
The rest was delivered in Russian ports. (One metric ton is 1,000 kg)