Landkreuzer P. 1000 Ratte
Ratte Super Tank
Constructed: August 22nd, 2013
Destroyed: November 2nd, 2013
Type: Super Tank
Country of Origin: Nazi Germany
Length: 35 m (115 ft)
Weight: 1,000 tons


  • 2x 280 mm 54.5 SK C/34


  • 1x 128 mm KwK 44 L/55
  • 8x 20 mm Flak38
  • 2x 15 mm MG 151/15
  • Destroyed during the Battle of London on November 2nd, by the USS Prinz Eugen...
Project: Barbrossa


The Ratte (lit.: Land Cruiser P. 1000 "Rat") was a design for a super-heavy tank for use by Nazi Germany during World War II. It was designed in 1942 by Krupp with the approval of Adolf Hitler, but the project was canceled by Albert Speer in early 1943 and no tank was ever completed. At 1,000 metric tons, the P-1000 would have been over five times as heavy as the Panzer VIII Maus, the heaviest tank ever built.

The Project however, was started over, during the United Nazi War, and was once again given the approval. The first Ratte was completed after about 6 months on August 22nd, 2013.

History Edit


The Ratte was to be propelled by two MAN V12Z32/44 24 cylinder marine diesel engines of 8,500 hp (6.2 MW) each (as used in U-boats) or eight Daimler-Benz MB 501 20 cylinder marine diesel engines of 2,000 hp (1.5 MW) each (as used in E-boats) to achieve the 16,000 hp (11.8 MW) needed to move this tank. The engines were to be provided with snorkels also like those used by German submarines. The snorkels were of course designed to provide a way for oxygen to reach the engine, even during amphibious operations passing through deep water.

United Nazi WarEdit

Transfer of the PlansEdit

Attack on Ford IndustriesEdit

Battle of LondonEdit

Battle of London

The Ratte Sees action for the First Time In London in the Fall of 2013, It would also be the last Battle that It sees...

Ratte vs. Prince EugenEdit


The Ratte's primary weapon would have been a dual 280 mm SK C/28 gun turret. The turret was to have been a modified Kriegsmarine triple gun turret, removing one of the guns and loading mechanism.

Further armament was to consist of a 128 mm anti-tank gun of the type used in the Jagdtiger or Maus, two 15 mm Mauser MG 151/15 autocannons, and eight 20 mm Flak 38 anti-aircraft guns, probably with at least four of them as a quad mount. The 128 mm anti-tank gun's precise location on the Ratte is a point of contention among historians, most believing that it would have been mounted within the primary turret, with some others thinking a smaller secondary turret at the rear of the Ratte more logical.

Some concept drawings exist to suggest a flexible mount on the glacis plate. The tank was to be provided with a vehicle bay sufficient to hold two BMW R12 motorcycles for scouting, as well as several smaller storage rooms, a compact infirmary area, and a self-contained lavatory system.

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Trivia Edit

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