This page provides links to other sites that deal with Soviet era armor, and which you might find useful.
Sites Dealing With Soviet/Russian Armor
Armchair General Magazine's RKKA in WW2 page contains a wealth of information on the RKKA and its weaponry during the Great Patriotic War.
The Russian Battlefield is a dual-language Russian/English site devoted to Russian and Soviet military subjects.
Dish Models is a dual-language Russian English site that provides useful articles and photo walk-arounds, and showcases the work of Russian modelers.
Beutepanzer provides useful information and photographs regarding captured vehicles, including Soviet vehicles, in German service during World War 2.
The Armor Modeling and Preservation Society (AMPS) is an international organization that brings together modelers and others interested in the history of armored vehicles.
The Northeast Military Modelers' Association (NMMA) is a club based in Connecticut, USA and is a regional chapter of both the International Plastic Modelers Society (IPMS) and AMPS. The club meets regularly and hosts its annual IPMS AMPSEast show each September.
New Jersey Historical Miniatures Associates is a club in northern New Jersey, focused on models, figures and other historical memorabilia