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 Panzer 35(t) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
35(t)) and commonly referred to as the Panzer 35(t).
In 1939, all surviving tanks of the Czechoslovak army were seized by the Germans and used under the designation Pz.Kpfw.
The German 6th Panzer Division began the war equipped with them and the tanks served in Poland (1939), France (1940) and USSR (1941).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Panzer_35(t)   (637 words)

 Achtung Panzer! - Panzerkampfwagen 35(t)
84).PzKpfw 35(t) formed the bulk of the 1st Leichte (Light) Division during the Polish Campaign and then of 6th Panzer Division (former 1st Leichte Division) during the French Campaign and the Invasion of Russia.
Some PzKpfw 35(t) were handed over to the Slovak, Bulgarian (where they served until 1950s), Romanian, Hungarian and Italian armies or were used by the German Police and the anti-partisan units.
Since the introduction of PzKpfw 35(t) into German service, it became a base forfew conversions.In September of 1940, Skoda produced the design for T-13 tank based on LT-35 but it never entered production.In 1941, tests were carried to convert PzKpfw 35(t) into a tropical version but those were never concluded.
www.achtungpanzer.com /pzcz1.htm   (1458 words)

 Panzer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
It is used in English as an adjective describing armoured forces (as in Panzer division), or simply as a synonym for tank.
Panzer is occasionally confused with the name of the Panther tank (initially known as the Pzkpfw V Panther).
Panzers were used in both Waffen-SS and Wehrmacht.
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 Pictures of German Armor
The Panzer I was designed, built, and introduced in secrecy in 1934 based largely on a British tank the Germans had trained with in Russia.
Panzer III and Panzer IV These types of tanks were Germany's first formidable tanks of World War II, and after their introduction became the most numerous in the Panzerwaffe until the end of the war.
The Panzer III, like the one on the left was designed for the anti-tank role, and originally mounted a 37mm gun.
www.geocities.com /Pentagon/Bunker/8757/German.html   (520 words)

 czech tanks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Despite the considerable effort made in the late 1930s to equip the Panzer Divisions with effective vehicles, the outbreak of war in September 1939 found the Germans woefully short of their needed tanks.
A total of 1168 tanks of this type was built for the Wehrmacht, and saw service in Poland, France, Yugoslavia, Greece and Russia, and formed a major part of the tank strength of Rommel's 7th Panzer Division during its rapid drive across Northern France in the 1940 campaign.
This vehicle was adopted by the Germans during 1939, and was issued to the 6th Panzer Division.
www.wargamer.com /Hosted/Panzer/czech.html   (1060 words)

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These two spunky little tanks would have a great effect upon the expanding Panzer forces by immediately bolstering the number of tanks available right at the time when the Germans own industry was unable to keep pace with their expanding military's demands for more tanks.
The PzKpwf 35(t) had a weight of 10.5 tons with an armor thickness of 35 mm maximum 8mm minimum.
The 6th Panzer also took the tank to an unforgiving Russian front in 1941, operating on the northern flank pushing toward Leningrad.
www.wargamer.com /articles/pz_38/page1.asp   (970 words)

 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> T-26   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
One of the most interesting Nationalist responses, however, would be the Breda upgrade on the Panzer I. This was the attempt to fit a 20 mm Breda anti-air machine gun in a tweaked Panzer I turret to achieve penetration of the thickest part of the T-26B's frontal armour.
Only four Panzer I 'Bredas' were built and the project would ultimately be canceled due to the sheer number of captured T-26Bs and their reformation into Nationalist armoured units.
Although the Germans also fielded various obsolete designs, such as the Panzer I and Panzer II, their heavier armour was packed together to provide enough mass to punch through Soviet front lines and exploit any breakthroughs achieved.
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/T-26   (3664 words)

 Germany's PzKpfw 35(t) Tanks   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
During its 8 day, 497 miles/800 km advance, the Panzer 35(t) was mechanically reliable, although it was found that it had heavy maintenance requirements.
The 1st Light Division was upgraded to the 6th Panzer Division and 116 Panzer 35(t)s were used in France.
The 6th, 7th, and 8th panzer divisions were outfitted with Czech tanks.
www.wwiivehicles.com /germany/foreign/pzkpfw_35t.html   (474 words)

 Panzer 35(t) Upgrade Review by Steve Palffy (COM 1/35)
CMK released a 1/35 scale Panzer 35(t) during the 1990s.
Markings are supplied for a colourful Slovak Army vehicle in a lively camouflage pattern, and a German vehicle in Panzer Grey.
In German use, these vehicles and 38(t)'s were used in the invasion of Poland and France, but there finish was pretty much limited to Panzer Grey.
misc.kitreview.com /armourreviews/pz35treviewsp_1.htm   (248 words)

 Panzer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The German noun Panzer (plural: Panzer) means armour in the sense of protective equipment such as Plattenpanzer (plate armour) or Schutzpanzer (protective armour), or armoured forces (today, tank organizations and the tanks themselves).
Panzer is also an abbreviation of the WWII German designation for tanks, Panzerkampfwagen ("armoured combat vehicle", abbreviated PzKpfw), used by the German Waffen-SS and Wehrmacht.
German panzer models were given designations like Panzer I, or Panzer VI Tiger.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Panzer   (347 words)

 Achtung Panzer! - PzKpfw 38(t)
Commander is wearing early panzer fl beret - Schutzmutze, which in January of 1941 was replaced by normal fl field cap - Feldmutze.
Their armament and armor protection proved to be inadequate and from November of 1943 to February of 1944, only 141 were produced by BMM (Praga/CKD) from the original order for 150.
First 87 Gepards reached frontline units in January of 1944 and were issued to Flugabwehrzug (AA platoons) units of Panzer and Panzer Grenadier Divisions (mainly Waffen SS - e.g.
www.achtungpanzer.com /pzcz.htm   (1362 words)

 Romanian Armour in World War Two
Romania's first confirmed use of the Panzer IV tank is of a batch of twelve Model G tanks received by the 1st Armoured Division on 17th October 1942.
Romania received a shipment of twenty-six Panzer 35(t) tanks supplied by Germany in the summer of 1942 as replacements for a similar number of R-2 tanks lost during the first year of the Russian campaign.
In light of their poor condition it seems likely that most, if not all, of these Panzer 35(t) tanks were lost during the disastrous Battle of Stalingrad in late 1942, although any still extant in early 1943 would also be included with the TACAM R-2 conversions.
www.sturmvogel.orbat.com /romafv.html   (13970 words)

 Panzer Tracts Home Page
We spent hundreds of hours accurately measuring the surviving Panther II chassis and the Schmalturm and over a thousand hours drawing at full-scale to create as-built drawings for the first time - accurate to the same tight tolerances demanded of the original assembly firms.
In our 37-year search for original records (created by those responsible for the designing, producing, and using these Panzerjaeger), we have uncovered the real facts on their names (and correct nicknames), production, modification, issue, organization, and frontline employment.
The Panzer Tracts team spent hundreds of hours measuring and drawing to create a new set of ultra-accurate as-built drawings of the famous "Luchs" Panzerspaehwagen II (2 cm) (Sd.Kfz.123).
www.panzertracts.com   (2274 words)

 Battlefront - Producers of fine metal and resin miniatures   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The 38(t) was developed as by Czech company CKD as the TNH light tank in 1935 as an export tank, the Czech army had already purchased the Skoda LT vz.35 (later know under the German designation Panzer 35(t)).
The B and C models served with the 7th and 8th Panzer Divisions in France 1940 and with the 8th again in Greece in 1941.
The Panzer 38(t) B or C models both had 25mm of frontal armour with 15mm on the sides and rear.
www.battlefront.co.nz /Article.asp?ArticleID=264   (432 words)

 WWII German Panzer Production (LoneSentry.com)
The Panzer 35(t) and Panzer 38(t) figures include panzers confiscated from the Czech army.
Tiger II During the war while German panzer production increased, the size and weight of panzers were also increasing.
These figures are necessarily approximate since tanks were often up-armored during the production of a given version.
www.lonesentry.com /panzer/panzer-production.html   (139 words)

 Missing Links Nuts and Bolts #11: Panzer 35(t) Review   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The stowage variation drawings show the typical arrangements for each campaign, and the colour plates show four tanks in "Panzer grey".
The really good thing about them is that they show both sides, front and rear views so you get to see all the marking positions, not like those books which only give you one side view and leave you guessing whether there were any markings at front and rear.
The Nuts and Bolts books can be ordered from Historex Agents, Wellington House, 157 Snargate Street, Dover, Kent CT17 9BZ, UK, www.historex-agents.demon.co.uk, or from VLS in the USA, or direct from the publishers by sending either a Eurocheck for DM 31.50 or a sealed envelope with US$25 to Angela Schulz, Muellerstrasse 6, 29525 Uelzen, Germany.
www.missing-lynx.com /reviews/german/nb11.htm   (460 words)

 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Weapons and Warfare (G-O)
The Jagdpanzer IV was a German tank destroyer of the Second World War based on the chassis of the Panzer 4 tank, it had a long 75 mm gun in a fixed superstructure of 80 mm, weighed 24 tons, and had a top speed of 39 kph.
He was finally manoeuvred out of the position by a force of New Zealand troops accompanied by the British 1st Armoured Division which made a wide flanking movement around the Matmata Hills.
A hastily organized blocking operation by the 21st Panzer Division managed to hold off the threat for long enough to allow Rommel and the rest of his forces to retire from the line into Tunisia.
www.fas.org /news/reference/probert/F4.HTM   (15666 words)

 The Definitive 1/72 Scale Model Census. Vehicles, German Panzers.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
PzKpfw 35(t) national insignia & air identity markings
Panzer markings Panzer decals Panzer transfers Pz I Pz.
This site is hosted on a 3rd party server; consequently we have no control over, nor can we guarantee, site availability at any particular time.
www.72scale.com /vehicle/type/panzer.htm   (204 words)

 Axis History Factbook: Gallery: Tanks
Panzer VI Tiger I & Tiger II (Köningstiger)
Panzer 35(t) - See Czechoslovak vehicles in German service
Panzer 38(t) - See Czechoslovak vehicles in German service
www.axishistory.com /index.php?id=5548   (102 words)

 WWIIEC - The World War II Engineer Corps: News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
So download it now from the below link, and you will also be required to download the additional Panzer III Bug Fix as unfortunately there was a serious bug in it.
The beta pack includes the Panzer 1/B, Panzer 2/C, Panzer 3/E, Panzer 35 (t) and the Panzer 38 (t).Anyways what are you still reading for, go and download this promising pack!
John has released a new version of his Kingtiger which seems to be constantly improving on a weekly basis and shows us the amount of dedication John shows to this community and his work.
ww2ec.3dactionplanet.gamespy.com /news.php?115   (413 words)

 Fall Weiss - Civilization Fanatics' Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The first reported encounter with KV-1 was near the river Daugava, on June 25, 1941.The spearhead of the XLI Panzer corps, the 6th Panzer division, encoutered the Soviet III Armored Corps, which had KV-1s as part of their inventory.
Be warned that using this number of tank/armour car units might create a unbalanced, panzer heavy scenario.
They where massacred by the coax and bow-machineguns of the panzers.
forums.civfanatics.com /showthread.php?p=15875   (2262 words)

 3D Gamers :: Game Listing :: Panzer Elite Action Downloads
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 LIENS DGMI 1939-1945
1st SS Panzer Division "Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler"
Deutsche Panzer - Panzer I, Panzer II, Panzer III, Panzer IV, Panther, Tiger, Panzer 35(t), Panzer 38(t), StuG, Flammpanzer, Jagdpanzer, Nashorn, Hummel, Dicker Max, Brummbär, etc.
www.angelfire.com /nb/dgmp/liens2.html   (466 words)

Michael Sharpe and Brian Davis, little needs to be said, this famous unit fought just about everywhere and in the thick of things wherever battle was met.
This series is the definitive guide to the battelfields of 1944.
www.aberdeenbookstore.com /osprey.htm   (3304 words)

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