Military equipment of Germany's allies on the Balkan and Russian fronts (1941–45)

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This is a list of military equipment of Germany's allies on the Balkan and Russian fronts (1941–1945). Other weapons were used for training or national defense purposes in capitals and main cities.

This article presents a comprehensive[citation needed] list of equipment, including Western, Italian, and German weapons, in operational use on the Russian and Yugoslav fronts by pro-Axis countries received from these states. It also includes Russian armaments and certain Western equipment in use against Soviets at the eastern front.


Finland[edit]

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Italy[edit]

Main page: Italian Army equipment in World War II
There is only a reference to some aircraft in use in Africa, Eastern Front and other French and German aircraft received in the Italian Social Republic period; the armor and tanks were used in the Africa, Balkan and Italian areas.

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Slovakia[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

Armoured vehicles[edit]

  • Škoda OA vz.27 Armoured car
  • Tatra OA vz.30 Armoured car
  • ČKD Praga T-33 tankette(Tančik vz. 33)
  • ČKD Praga LT vz.34
  • Škoda LT vz.35
  • ČKD Praga THNPS1 aka LT vz.38/BMM PzKpfw 38(t) Ausf. A,G,S
  • ČKD Praga LLT (LT vz.40)
  • Panzerjaeger 38(t) fuer 7.62 cm PaK36(r) Sd.Kfz. 139 (Marder III)
  • Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf c, A, B und C Sd.Kfz. 121 (Panzer IIc)
  • Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf N Sd.Kfz. 141/2 (Panzer III N)
  • Škoda MTH (Leichter Raupenschlepper MTH)
  • ČKD Praga III (Leichter Raupenschlepper T-III(t))
  • ČKD Praga IV (Mittlerer Raupenschlepper T-IV(t))
  • ČKD Praga TH (Praga T 6)
  • ČKD Praga T9 (Praga TH 6)

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Hungary[edit]

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Armoured vehicles[edit]

Artillery[edit]


Romania[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

Armoured vehicles[edit]

  • Renault FT
  • Renault U.E.2 "Malaxa"
  • Soviet Komsomolets Tractor (Captured examples)
  • Tank R-1 (CKD AH-4)
  • Renault R-35
  • PzKpfw 38(t)
  • PzKpfw III
  • PzKpfw IV
  • StuG III G
  • Tacam T-60 (Tacam-1)
  • Tacam R-2 (LT vz 35)
  • CKD Praga TH, Praga T6, T-VI-R (Praga T 6.)
  • Mareşal tank destroyer/Support Gun
  • Goliath Armoured vehicle
  • I.A.R. 22 - Prime Mover
  • PSW 222
  • SPW 250/1
  • SPW 251/1
  • FAMO F3 Model 1939
  • Gepanzerte Zugkraftwagen 8t (Sd Kfz 7)
  • Skoda PA-III (OA vz.27) Armoured Car
  • Tatra Koprivnice T-72 (OA vz.30)
  • CKD Praga TNSPE
  • Autoblinda Armored Car

Artillery[edit]

  • Romanian 37 mm At Cannon
  • Romanian 75 mm Cannon
  • Hotchkiss AA-AT 25 mm single gun
  • Hotchkiss AA-AT 25 mm double gun
  • Hotchkiss AA-At 37 mm single gun
  • Hotchkiss AA-At 37 mm double gun


Independent State of Croatia[edit]

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Bulgaria[edit]

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Spain[edit]

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References[edit]

Notes[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Aircraft
  • Elke C. Weal, John A. Weal, Richard F. Barker and J.M. Bruce, Combat Aircraft of World War Two published by Arm & Armours Press, 2-6 Hampstead High Street, London NW3, 1977.

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