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By Country(609)
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By Date(609)
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Britain(125)
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AFV's by Mfg Date
1915(2)
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1920(1)
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1925(1)
1926(2)
1927(4)
1928(1)
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1930(6)
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1932(15)
1933(12)
1934(9)
1935(28)
1936(14)
1937(35)
1938(29)
1939(32)
1940(64)
1941(60)
1942(95)
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1944(75)
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1936(10)
1937(13)
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1942(12)
1943(8)
1944(13)
1945(2)

Details of armoured vehicles first manufactured in 1938

Showing the details of the vehicle used and armour (where known)

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Germany flag
2cm Flak auf Fahrgestell Zugkraftwagen 1t
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
BA-10
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
BT-7M
Vehicle history
Armour details
Italy flag
Carro Veloce Fiat Ansaldo L38
Vehicle history
Armour details
Italy flag
Carro Veloce Fiat Ansaldo L38 Solothurn
Vehicle history
Armour details
France flag
Char Leger H-38 (Hotchkiss)
Photo available
Vehicle history
Armour details
France flag
Char Leger H-39 (Hotchkiss)
Photo available
Vehicle history
Armour details
Britain flag
Cruiser Mk I C.S. (A9)
Photo available
Vehicle history
Armour details
Britain flag
Cruiser Mk IV (A13 Mk II)
Photo available
Vehicle history
Armour details
Britain flag
Morris CS9/LAC
Vehicle history
Armour details
Britain flag
Morris MkII Light reconnaissance car
Vehicle history
Armour details
Germany flag
Pz.Bef.Wg III Ausf D
Vehicle history
Armour details
Germany flag
PzKpfw II Ausf A,B,C (Panzer II)
Photo available
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
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PzKpfw III Ausf C (Panzer III)
Photo available
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
Germany flag
PzKpfw III Ausf D (Panzer III)
Photo available
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
Germany flag
PzKpfw IV Ausf B SdKfz 161 (Panzer IV)
Photo available
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
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PzKpfw IV Ausf C SdKfz 161 (Panzer IV)
Photo available
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
Czechoslovakia flag
S-ld (Skoda)
Vehicle history
Armour details
Japan flag
SA-TO 20 mm Anti-Aircraft on Type 97
Vehicle history
Armour details
Germany flag
Sdkfz 254 Mittlere Gepanzerte Beobachtungskraftwagen
Vehicle history
Armour details
Germany flag
SdKfz 263 Panzerfunkwagen (8 rad)
Photo available
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
Japan flag
SO-KI Twin 20mm Anti-Aircraft
Vehicle history
Armour details
Sweden flag
Strv m/37
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
T-26C
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
T-26S
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
T-28A early
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
T-28A early (a)
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
T-38/M-2 Amphibious
Vehicle history
Armour details
Union Soviet Socialist Republics flag
T-38 Amphibious
Scale Illustration
Vehicle history
Armour details

The data that has been used to create these records has come from Wikipedia, The Lone Sentry, The Bundes Archive and numerous books and websites that have provided the detailed information that has not been available anywhere else. The information we use to calculate the penetration tables, flight times and the hit probability comes from the Gun Calibre, the Shell Mass(Kg) and the muzzle velocity, plus range reductions to allow for gravity and wind resistance. This calculation originally came from a pre-war Krupp calculation which has been modified, and seems to fit the actual test results.

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