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About LT VZ.38 PZKPFW
The Panzer 38(t) was a Czech tank used by the Wehrmacht during World War II.
The Panzer 38(t) was a Czech tank that had been designed by ČKD in 1937, but not put into production at that time. This model was built from 1938 onwards and made it into service with the Wehrmacht in 1940. It proved itself to be a reliable and robust machine, but its small size meant that it could not carry very much armour or armament. It served mainly as a reconnaissance vehicle, although it did lead to some successful ambushes against Soviet tanks.
Wiki LT VZ.38 PZKPFW
The Panzerkampfwagen 38(t), originally known as the ČKD LT vz. 38 was a tank designed during the 1930s, which saw extensive service during World War II. Developed in Czechoslovakia by ČKD, the type was adopted by Nazi Germany following the annexation of Czechoslovakia.
With the German Army and other Axis forces, the type saw service in the invasions of Poland, France and the USSR. Production ended in 1942, when its main armament was deemed inadequate. In all, over 1,400 Pz. 38(t)s were manufactured. The chassis of the Pz. 38(t) continued to be produced for the Marder III (1942–1944) with some of its components used in the later Jagdpanzer 38 (1944–1945) tank destroyer and its derivative vehicles.
The (t) stands for tschechisch, the German word for Czech; the Czechoslovak military designation was LT vz. 38 (Lehký tank vzor 38, Light Tank model 38). Manufacturer's designations included TNH series, TNHPS, LTP and LTH. The special vehicle designation for the tank in Germany was Sd. Kfz. 140.