I remember seeing a WWII German graph showing the pitching or oscillations of various tanks of that time, vs speed. I remember the T34 did very badly in that graph.
Given that the T34 had no shock absorbers, it is not surprising that the tank would suffer from all kinds of pitching at higher speeds. How did the more luxurious British tanks with Christie suspension - Cruiser/Cromwell/Comet/etc, which did have shock absorbers - behave? One would think that a long travel suspension with some damping would do very well, particularly compared to the limited travel of most early torsion bar suspensions.
Edited by Mikel2, 09 January 2019 - 1952 PM.