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LT vz. 35 (Fall Grün)

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LT vz. 35
Service history
In service: 1936 - 1939
Used by: Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Flag of Romania Kingdom of Romania
Wars: Invasion of Czechoslovakia (1938-1939)
Production history
Place of origin: Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
Designer: Škoda Works
Designed: 1934—1936
Manufacturer: Škoda Works, ČKD
Unit cost: 741,868 or 745,068 Czechoslovak koruna
Number built: 298
Weight: 10.5 tons
Length: 4.90 metres
Width: 2.06 metres
Height: 2.37 metres
Crew: 4
Armour: 8–25 mm
Primary armament: 3.7 cm Škoda ÚV vz. 34 gun
Secondary armament: 2 x 7.92 mm ZB vz. 37 machine gun
Engine: 4-cylinder, water-cooled Škoda T11/0 gasoline

120 horsepower (89 kW)

Power/weight: 11 hp/tonne
Transmission: 6 x 6
Suspension: Leaf spring
Suspension: 153 litres
Operational range: 120 km or 190 km
Speed: 34 km/h

The LT vz. 35 was a Czech-designed light tank used by Czechoslovakia during World War II. The designation was an abbreviation of its formal designation Lehký (Light) Tank vzor (Model) 35.

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