A prototype of the Pz.Kpfw.II als Sfl. Mit 7,5 cm Pak 40. Alkett factory yard, June 1942 This same machine back Serial sample 7.5 cm Pak 40/2 auf Sfl.II, top view. Obvious difference in the layout of the fighting compartment The small size of ammunition forced to carry extra ammo in a normal shell boxes. Dangerous, but there was no other option 7.5 cm Pak 40/2 auf Sfl.II, converted from Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.F. The machine is easy to determine a false observation device 5 cm Pak 38 auf Fg.St. Pz.Kpfw.II, was built in 559-m battalion of tank destroyers Captured 7.5 cm Pak 40/2 auf Sfl.II, NIBT Ground, summer 1943 Car is in the documents designated as “self-Propelled 75 mm gun on the T-IIB” This same machine back
Slovenia, 1945. German train laden with PaK 38 AT guns and captured Italian M15/42 tanks. The tanks originally equipped the Italian Royal Army (“Regio Esercito”). After the Armistice of Cassabile, they were commandeered by the Germans and pressed into service, after being denominated “PzKpfw 738(i)”.
Soldiers of the 249th division next to a German tank destroyer on the basis of Soviet tank T-26, shot down in the night battle of Tehumardi. In the center is Mikkin Heino (Heino Mikkin).
German tank destroyer on the basis of the captured T-26 tank, which has a captured French 75-mm divisional gun mod. 1897, the company “Schneider” Canon de 75 modèle 1897, turned by Germans into a tank (the barrel with the bolt augmented muzzle brake and mounted on the carriage from the German 50-mm gun PaK 38. Gun has received the name of PaK 97/98(f). The official name of the machine — 7,5 cm Pak 97/38(f) auf Pz.740®. Made only 10 pieces. Trophy tank M3 “Stuart” [designated as Panzerkampfwagen M3 740(a)], black in the night battle of Tehumardi (Saaremaa, Estonia), and the dead body of a Soviet soldier. October 1944 Trophy tank M3 “Stuart” [designated as Panzerkampfwagen M3 740(a)], black in the night battle of Tehumardi. The Island Of Saaremaa, Estonia. October 1944