Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.A

While the Panzer IV Ausf.A was built in small numbers, it was important as a starting point in gaining valuable experience with this kind of vehicle.

Škoda Š-I-j

The Š-I-j was a prototype tankette developed by Czechoslovakian company Škoda for the Yugoslav army. It was armed with a 47 mm gun. Only 1 was built.

Renault R35 in Yugoslav Service

In 1940, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia purchased 54 Renault R35 tanks from France. They were operated by the German Army during the occupation.

Panzer IV/70(A)

The Panzer IV/70(A) was a German tank destroyer based on the Panzer IV medium tank chassis, armed with a powerful 75mm cannon.

4,7 cm PaK(t) (Sfl.) auf Pz.Kpfw.I (Sd.Kfz.101) ohne Turm, Panzerjäger I

Even before WWII, Heinz Guderian predicted the need for highly mobile Panzerjäger. In March 1940, the first attempt to build such a vehicle was made.

3.7 cm Flakzwilling auf Panther Fahrgestell 341

By the end of the war, the Germans tried to build new Flakpanzers with fully enclosed turrets. One of these was the Flakpanzer 341.

Flakpanzer IV (3.7 cm Flak 43) ‘Ostwind’

The Flakpanzer IV ‘Ostwind’ was one of many WW2 German self-propelled anti-aircraft guns built on the Panzer IV tank chassis.

Partizanski Tenk

The Partizanski Tenk, literally "Partisan Tank", was an improvised tank built by the Yugoslavian Partisans in 1942.

Jagdpanzer 38(t) in Yugoslav Service

During the Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Partisans managed to capture a number of Axis armored vehicles, among them the Jagdpanzer 38(t).

Sd.Kfz.250 mit 5 cm PaK 38

The Sd.Kfz.250 was one of many half-track types used by the German Army in WW2. In 1943, one vehicle was modified with a 5 cm Pak 38 gun.