Disposition of ex-Czech Vehicles

VehicleSlovakiaRomaniaHungary
TancĖk vz. 3330

LT vz. 3427

LT vz. 3552
2
OA vz. 2733
OA vz. 301891

Notes: All other AFVs in the Czech armory were seized by the Germans. Hungarian vehicles were captured in October '38 when Hungary occupied parts of southern Slovakia. They were all used for training. Romanian vehicles fled there in March '39.


Monthly Production of Pz 38(t) Tanks

YearJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
1939




213918343011
153
1940102431303030382435442744367
1941445053496857656476535049678
194259622812126


1

198


Monthly Production of Pz 38(t) Chassis

YearVehicleJanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecTotal
1942Marder III


38822350515050

344
Marder III









4268110
1943Marder III60353034263699551071409170618
Grille
2540525231



114215
Grille Mun










1010
Flakpz 38(t)









5051101
1944Marder III745379473139





323
Grille20183015212714
9


154
Grille Mun510201840






93
Flakpz 38(t)2713









40
Aufkl”rer 38(t)
3733








70

Notes: Doesn't include conversions from Pz 38(t) chassis. There is a large discrepancy between this table and claimed production total of 1217 Sdkfz 138. Grille Mun is the ammunition carrier version of the Grille.


Monthly Hetzer Production


19441945

MarAprMayJunJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprTotal
Planned
20501001751752503303503804303503502503210
Actually built320591021101782372404063324784173201203022
BMM-built JgPz 38(t)32050100100150190133298223289273148702047
BMM-built Bergepanzer

82
8145019
3919193181
BMM-built Starr

1


3

55


14
Skoda-built JgPz 38(t)



102030 578910414512515347780
Shipped to Units



901271251612743093732774511752362

Notes: Includes 20 Hetzers converted to Flammpanzers and 75 shipped to Hungary. BMM (B–hmisch-Morawische Machinenfabrik) was the German name for the former CKD company in Prague.


Wartime Exports of Czech-built AFVs

TypeQuantityCountryYear
Pz 35(t)26 oldBulgaria1940
Skoda T-1110 newBulgaria1940-41
TNH-Sv1Sweden1941
Pz 35(t)26 old Romania1942
LT-3837 newSlovakia1943-44
Pz 38(t)37 oldSlovakia1943-44
111 oldHungary1941-42
50 oldRomania1943
10 oldBulgaria1943
Marder III18 oldSlovakia1944
Hetzer75 newHungary1944-45

Notes: The T-11 was a slightly improved version of the Pz 35(t). New-direct from the factory; old-previously used by the Germans. The Swedes used the TNH-Sv to help their license production of the TNH design get started.


Source:

Kliment, Charles K. and Francev, VladimĖr. Czechoslovak Armored Fighting Vehicles 1918-1948; Schiffer, 1997


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