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The List of armoured fighting vehicles of World War II lists military armoured vehicles that were in service or constructed during World War II. This includes prototypes, vehicles produced by neutral countries and vehicles that were not used in combat. AFV projects that were not constructed are omitted, as are un-armoured vehicles. In parentheses are shown the number of vehicles produced, where known, and the countries in which they were constructed.

See also

0-9

  • 7TP light tank (132; Poland)
  • 10TP prototype light cruiser tank (~1; Poland)
  • 10.5 cm K (gp.Sfl.) prototype self-propelled gun 'Dicke Max' (2; Germany)

A

B

  • BA-3 and BA-6 armoured cars (566; Soviet Union)
  • BA-10 armoured car (3,311; Soviet Union)
  • BA-11 armoured car (18; Soviet Union)
  • BA-20 armoured car (4,800; Soviet Union)
  • BA-21 prototype armoured car (Soviet Union)
  • BA-27 armoured car (215; Soviet Union)
  • BA-30 prototype half-tracked armoured car (Soviet Union)
  • BA-64 armoured car (9,110; Soviet Union)
  • BA-I armoured car (82; Soviet Union)
  • Badger flamethrower version of the Ram tank (Canada)
  • Bedford OXA improvised armoured car built on heavy truck chassis (948; United Kingdom)
  • Bishop "Carrier, Valentine, 25pdr gun Mk.I" self-propelled artillery (100; United Kingdom)
  • Bison improvised armoured lorry as mobile pillbox (~2-300; United Kingdom)
  • Borgward IV Sd.Kfz. 301 demolition vehicle (1181; Germany)
  • Black Prince "Tank, Infantry (A43)", prototype infantry tank with 17 pdr gun (6; United Kingdom)
  • Bob Semple tank prototype (4; New Zealand)
  • BT Series of fast tanks (8,060; Soviet Union)
  • BT-42 assault gun (18; Finland)

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

  • IS-1 "Joseph Stalin" heavy tank (107, converted to IS-2 before issuing; Soviet Union)
  • IS-2 heavy tank (3,854; Soviet Union)
  • IS-3 heavy tank (2,311 tanks produced until mid 1946, probably never used in combat during World War II; Soviet Union)
  • ISU-122 heavy self-propelled gun (2,380; Soviet Union)
  • ISU-152 heavy self-propelled gun (3,242; Soviet Union)

J

  • Jagdpanzer 38(t) "Hetzer" tank destroyer (~2,827; Germany)
  • Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer (1,988+; Germany)
  • Jagdpanzer V "Jagdpanther" tank destroyer (392; Germany)
  • Jagdpanzer VI "Jagdtiger" heavy tank destroyer (~80; Germany)
  • JS-1, JS-2, JS-3: see IS-1 IS-2 IS-3

K

  • Kangaroo armoured personnel carrier variant of the Ram tank (100+; Canada), M4 Sherman, M7 Priest and other vehicles.
  • KhTZ-16 improvised light tank (60; Soviet Union)
  • KP-bil armoured personnel carrier (Sweden)
  • Komsomolets armoured tractor (T-20) (4,401; Soviet Union)
  • Kubuś improvised armoured car (1; Poland)
  • Kugelblitz prototype self-propelled antiaircraft gun (2-6; Germany)
  • Kugelpanzer prototype ball-shaped armoured vehicle (1; Germany)
  • KV-1 heavy tank (5,219+; Soviet Union)
  • KV-2 heavy artillery tank (255; Soviet Union)
  • KV variants and prototypes (93+; Soviet Union)
  • KV-85 heavy tank (148; Soviet Union)

L

M

N

  • Nahuel medium tank (16; Argentina)
  • Nashorn (Hornisse) tank destroyer (473; Germany)
  • Neubaufahrzeug prototype tanks (5; Germany)
  • NI Tank improvised tank (68; Soviet Union)
  • Nimrod (40M) self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (135; Hungary)
  • NKL-26 armoured aerosan (Soviet Union)

O

P

R

S

T

U

  • Universal Carrier & Bren gun carrier, Scout carrier, MG carriers (84,120; UK, USA, Aus, NZ, Canada)
  • Uralmash-1 prototype self-propelled gun (2; Soviet Union)

V

W

  • Wespe self-propelled 105 mm howitzer on a Panzer II chassis (676; Germany)
  • Windsor Carrier (Canada)
  • Wirbelwind self-propelled antiaircraft gun (87-107; Germany)

Z

  • ZiS-30 self-propelled anti-tank gun (101; Soviet Union)
  • Zrínyi I and II self-propelled gun (40-66; Hungary)
  • ZSU-37 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun (75; Soviet Union)

References

  1. Spoelstra, Hanno. "Marmon-Herrington Tanks". Marmon-Herrington Military Vehicles. http://www.marmon-herrington.webs.com/tank.html. 


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