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== Evaluation ==
 
Although the T-28 was rightly considered ineffective by 1941, it is worth remembering that when the [[Red Army]] was fielding the first T-28s in 1933, the French Army was still largely equipped with the [[FT-17]], and the [[Reichswehr]] had no tanks at all. No army had a series-production medium tank comparable to the T-28 for several years.
 
The T-28 had a number of advanced features for the time, including [[radio]] (in all tanks) and anti-aircraft machine-gun mounts. Just before the [[Second World War]], many received armor upgrades, bringing its performance on par with the early [[Panzer IV]], although its suspension and layout were outdated.<ref>Zaloga 1997, p 7</ref>
 
The T-28 had significant flaws. The plunger-spring type [[vehicle suspension|suspension]] was poor, but many of the better suspension designs used in World War II tanks had not yet been developed. The engine and transmission were troublesome. Worst of all, the design was not flexible. Although the T-28 and early [[PzKpfw IV]] were comparable in armour and firepower, the good basic design of the PzKpfw-IV allowed it to be significantly upgraded, while the T-28 was a poor basis for improvement.
 
Unfortunately for the Red Army, by the time the T-28 saw combat in 1939, events had overtaken it. The 1930s saw the development of the first reliable high-speed suspensions, the first purpose-designed antitank guns, and a gradual increase in the firepower of tanks. The [[Spanish Civil War]] showed that infantry units with small, towed anti-tank guns could defeat most contemporary tanks, and made the under-armoured tanks from the early 1930s particularly vulnerable.
 
Despite heavy losses, in the Winter War the Red Army's 20th Tank Brigade, equipped with T-28s, fulfilled its mission to break the defensive Mannerheim Line. As an infantry-support tank, designed to support infantry in breakthrough operations, the T-28 in general was successful for an early 1930s design.
 
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