pak 38

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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

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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)”.

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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