GT 101

GT 101

The German Army's development division, the Heereswaffenamt (Army Ordnance Board), studied a number of gas turbine engines for use in tanks starting in mid-1944. Although none of these were fitted operationally, the GT 101 (GT for "Gas Turbine") reached a production quality stage of development and was considered for installation in the Panther tank. Several designs were produced over the lifetime of the program, including the GT 102 and GT 103.

Read more about GT 101:  Origins, Preliminary Design, GT 101, GT 102, GT 102 Ausf. 2, GT 103, Note

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GT 101 - Note
... The reference (noted below) states that development of the GT series was led by Alfred Mueller, not Adolf Müller, and that the latter took over the project in February 1945 ...