Hi, I'm new to this forum so forgive me if this question has already been addressed, but why is that, given everyone goes on about how sloped armour is better than vertical at stopping shells from penetrating - which seems logical - why then did/does so many tanks NOT have sloped armour? The T34 was famous for its sloped armour all around, but then why did, for example, the German Tiger have vertical? This was made after the T34. Plenty of tanks in WW2 had vertical or near vertical armour. I mean, it seems so obvious to me that ALL tanks should have sloped armour all around, end of story. Thank you.