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Swiss LTH Light tank. It was an export version of the Czech LT vz. 38, and it was shipped without armament. The Swiss fitted it with a locally-produced 24mm Main Gun and two water-cooled Maxim Machine Guns. The same design was also designated Panzer 38(t) in German inventories after the Munich Agreement.

Scout Car S1 (American) at rest, date unknown; note Browning M2 machine gun on top and two Browning M1921 machine guns in rear Source United States Army Added By C. Peter Chen

Innovative Canadian Machine Gun Corps developed unique military technique of mounting Vickers heavy machine-guns on armoured trucks.

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Swiss LTH Light tank. It was an export version of the Czech LT vz. 38, and it was shipped without armament. The Swiss fitted it with a locally-produced 24mm Main Gun and two water-cooled Maxim Machine Guns. The same design was also designated Panzer 38(t) in German inventories after the Munich Agreement.

Marmon -Herrington CTL (USA.) The Marmon-Herrington company mostly produced lorries, but at the start of World War II they produced this light tank for export. The CTL (Combat Tank, Light) was armed with machine guns and had a crew of three. Some 440 were built in various models. Although mainly used for training, a few saw service against Japan with Dutch forces in the Dutch East Indies Campaign.

Norwegian Army two-man Madsen light machine gun crew 1928. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

South African Army - Armor - Olifant Mk1B – Main Battle Tank – Has a Crew of 4 (Commander, Gunner, Loader and Driver) Armament: 1 x 105mm (L7) Rifled Gun, 1 x 7.62mm Co-Axial and 1 x 7.62mm Anti-Aircraft Machine Guns.