The LT vz.38 was originally a Czechoslovakian light tank of the late 1930s, built by ČKD. Better known under the designation Panzerkampfwagen 38(t) or Pz.Kpfw.38(t) used in Nazi Germany, under which it was produced after the occupation of Czechoslovakia, it was considered at that time one of the best light tanks of the Wehrmacht. It took an active part in the initial stages of the Second World War.

A crew – 4 people. Armament: gun KWK 38 t L / 47.8 (37 mm), machine gun MG-37 t (7.92 mm). The armor – 8-50 mm. The speed is 47 km / h. Power – 150 hp.

Museum of the Soviet Army, Moscow.

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