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List of Second World War military vehicles by country, showing numbers produced in parentheses.

Belgium

Tanks and tankettes

  • Renault FT (Char mitrailleuse and Char canon variants)
  • Light tank Vickers-Carden-Loyd T.15 (In the Belgian army called 'auto-blindée Mi T.15' or abbreviated 'a.b. Mi. T.15')
  • ACG-1

Self-propelled guns

Canada

Tanks

  • Tank, Cruiser, Ram (2,993) - Regular tank not used in combat, specialist models used
  • Grizzly I cruiser (188) - A modified version of the M4A1 Sherman tank license produced in Canada
  • Valentine VI & VII (1,420) - Valentine tanks produced in Canada. Largely sent to Russia as part of Lend-Lease. Some retained in Canada for training.
  • Badger - a flame tank version of the Ram

Self-propelled artillery

Armoured personnel carriers

Armoured car

Czechoslovakia

Tanks

France

Armored Cars

Tanks

Armoured reconnaissance tanks

Light tanks

Heavy tanks

  • Renault Char B1 (405)

Self propelled guns

Cavalry tanks

Armoured combat tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Denmark

Germany

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Armoured cars

  • SdKfZ 221 Leichter Panzerspähwagen Light Armoured Car
  • SdKfZ 222 Leichter Panzerspähwagen Light Armoured Car
  • SdKfZ 223 Leichter Panzerspähwagen Light Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 231 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (6-Rad) Heavy Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 232 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (8-Rad) Heavy Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 233 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (8-Rad) Heavy Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 234/1 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (8-Rad) Heavy Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 234/2 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (8-Rad) Puma Heavy Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 234/3 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (8-Rad) Stummel Heavy Armoured Car
  • SdKfz 234/4 Schwere Panzerspähwagen (8-Rad) Heavy Armoured Car

Jeeps/Trucks

  • Volkswagen Type 82E 4-piston squad car/Personal command car
  • Kubelwagen 4-piston multipurpose all-terrain support vehicle
  • Volkswagen Schwimmwagen (amphibious variant of the Volkswagen Kübelwagen)
  • Opel Blitz 3-ton military truck
  • Steyr 1500A light military truck

Motorcycles

  • Zündapp KS750 (two wheel drive motorcycle with side car) (18,000)
  • BMW R75 (two wheel drive motorcycle with side car)
  • Nimbus motorcycle (made in Denmark)

Half-tracks

Self-propelled artillery

Assault guns

Tank destroyers

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns

Remote controlled devices

Hungary

Tanks

  • Toldi I, II, IIa, and III (202)
  • Turan I and II (424)

Self-propelled guns

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns

Armoured cars

Italy

Tankettes

  • Carro Veloce L3/33 (CV-33) (760)
  • Carro Veloce L3/35 (CV-35) (1,740)

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

  • Carro Pesante P26/40 (101)

Tank destroyers

Self-propelled guns

Armoured cars

Japan

Tankettes

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Amphibious tanks

Self-propelled guns

Netherlands

Armoured cars

Tankettes

New Zealand

Converted tractors

Light tanks

Armoured personnel carriers

Armoured cars

  • Beaverette NZ (208)light armoured car similar to the British Beaverette

Poland

Tankettes

Tanks

Armored Cars

Artillery tractors

Cars and lorries

  • Fiat 508 łazik
  • Fiat 508/518
  • Fiat 518
  • Fiat 618
  • Fiat 621
  • Ursus A

Soviet Union

Source: Zaloga (1984:125, 225).

Tankettes

  • T-27 (3,328 pre-war)

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

  • T-28 (503 pre-war)
  • T-34 (1225 pre-war)
    • T-34-76 (33,805)
    • T-34-85 (21,048)
  • T-44 (965)

Heavy tanks

  • T-35 (61 pre-war)
  • SMK (experimental)
  • KV (Kliment Voroshilov) (508 pre-war)
    • KV-1 (Kliment Voroshilov 1) (3,015)
    • KV-1S (Kliment Voroshilov 1S) (1,232)
    • KV-85 (Kliment Voroshilov 85) (130)
    • KV-2 (Kliment Voroshilov 2) (334)
  • IS-2 (Iosif Stalin 2) (3,590)
  • IS-3 (Iosif Stalin 3) (2,311 including 29 till the end of the war)

Teletanks (remotely controlled tanks)

Self-propelled guns

Rocket artillery

Anti-aircraft

  • M-4 GAZ AA motorized quad Russian M1910 Maxim guns
  • ZiS-42 motorized 25 mm
  • YaG-10 motorized 76.2 mm
  • T-90 anti-aircraft tank (dual 12.7 mm DShK)
  • ZSU-25 dual 25 mm
  • ZSU-37 37 mm

Armoured cars

Amphibious armoured cars

Half-tracks

Aerosans

Artillery tractors

  • Komsomolets (4,041 pre-war)
  • T-26-T
  • STZ-3 (3,658 pre-war)
  • STZ-5 (7,170 pre-war)
  • Komintern (1,017 pre-war)
  • Voroshilovets (228 pre-war)
  • Kommunar (504 pre-war)
  • YA-12 (1,666)

Improvised AFVs

Motor vehicles

  • [All types] (272,600 pre-war)

United Kingdom

Artillery tractors

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Cruiser tanks

Infantry tanks

Self-propelled guns

Armoured personnel carriers

Armoured cars

Lorries

United States

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

  • Medium Tank M3 (7,533) (General Lee American Tanks purchased by the British under "lend lease".
  • Medium Tank M4 (58,000) (General Sherman bought by British from U.S. under lend lease)
  • medium tank M2 (never used in combat)
  • medium tank T2 (Experimental. never saw mass production

Heavy tanks

Tank destroyers

Experimental tank destroyers

Self-propelled guns

Armoured personnel carriers

Armoured cars

Artillery tractors

Amphibious

Notes and references

  • Zaloga, Steven J.; James Grandsen (1984). Soviet Tanks and Combat Vehicles of World War Two. Arms and Armour Press, London. ISBN 0-85368-606-8. 

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