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Panzer 38(t)
Panzer 38(t) render 1
Role Light tank
Operators Germany
No. of positions 3
Position 1 Driver
37mm gun
7.92mm machine gun
Position 2 7.92mm machine gun
Position 3 Smoke dispenser
Artillery spotting

Panzer 38(t) is a German light tank of Czech origin.


Reliable, agile and well armed, but with crampy interior, the Panzer 38(t) was widely used by the Wehrmacht and other Axis powers in during the battles of early WW2. Compared with other German light tanks, such as Panzer I and Panzer II, the Panzer 38(t) fares a bit better at armoured warfare thanks to its 37mm ÚV vz. 38 gun (also known as Škoda A7). It is still somewhat inadequate against more heavily armoured tanks because of its weak armor, and was removed from frontline service in 1942.

It can be found in many of the early war scenarios, such as 4005-Grebbeberg.

The Panzer 38(t) also has a munitions carrier variant in the form of Munitionspanzer 38(t).