World War 2 Czechoslovakian Army Tanks (1939-1945) - Tracked Combat Systems Used in the Second World War
Czechoslovakia managed a serviceable tank industry prior to the German takeover to which many Czech systems fell into German Army service.There are a total of 8 World War 2 Czechoslovakian Army Tanks (1939-1945) - Tracked Combat Systems Used in the Second World War in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Return to the World War 2 Tanks by Country Index.
The LT vz. 34 Light Tank of Czech origin appeared in the run-up to World War 2 and saw service under multiple banne...
Initially plagued with issues, the Czech LT vz 35 light tank became a reliable performer - for the German Army....
Though originally intended for the Czech Army, the German occupation negated such though and the LT vz 38 was press...
The French Renault FT-17 of 1917 broke new ground in the field of tanks, featuring a lightweight design with armame...
The Sherman Firefly became one of the more important Sherman variants of World War 2 - the first to sport an effect...
No one tank affected the outcome of World War 2 as much as the Soviet T-34 Medium Tank series with over 80,000 prod...
The T-70 was an up-gunned and improved form of the preceding T-60, seeing production reach over 8,200 units by the ...