Armes Antichar Hongroises

Types de Projectiles et leur Capacité de Pénétration de Blindage

Char Léger T.15 (Vickers-Carden-Loyd)

Le char léger Landsverk L-60.B suédois, produced under license, et designated char léger 38.M Toldi en service hongrois. The véhicule was armed avec a 37 mm main gun et an 8 mm MG.

The table lists armour penetration values for canons hongrois at 0 to 100 meters range et 0 degrees inclination of armour. Dates indicate the year when a particular shell type entered production, not necessarily the year of availability to combat units. New shell types would take several months to reach the troops at the front, some favoured units receiving the new shells more quickly than others. Andrew Mark Reid is the author of Panzergranate, a set of miniature wargame rules using carefully researched gunnery data to simulate armour penetration results.

Arme Projectile Pénétration
8 mm 34/40.M Danuvia Machine Gun (Brno Z830) "K" Bullet 13 mm
Canon de 20 mm L.60 Madsen (Danois) A.P. 34 mm
The 20 mm Madsen was mounted on automitrailleuses Landsverk 180 et 182 sold to Holland, Hongrie, Ireland, et autres pays. Mr. Reid reports que l'Armée Irlandaise decommissioned a Landsverk 182 as late as 1986. The weapon was also mounted in chars légers Landsverk L.60.A.
Canon de char de 37 mm L.37 Bofors A.P. (Carbon Steel) 32 mm
Canon de char de 37 mm L.37 Bofors A.P. (Manganese Steel) 54 mm
Canon de char de 37 mm L.37 Bofors A.P.H.E. 34 mm
Armement principal du char léger Landsverk L.60.B, known as char léger Toldi en service hongrois. It is unlikely that the A.P.H.E. shell would have been used, even though it was available for the 37 mm Bofors L.37 gun. Some A.P.H.E. shells are tracer detonated, but most are detonated by inertia et they are used as anti-aircraft shells. Their use against chars may have been out of accident rather than design. Navies use A.P.H.E. shells against enemy ships, et their application to tank combat may have been a throwback to this naval method.
37 mm L.45 36.M Rheinmetall-Borsig AT Gun A.P. (Pz.Gr. 39) 65 mm
Le canon antichar PaK 35/36 allemand was designated canon antichar de 37 mm 36.M en service hongrois.
Canon de char de 40 mm L.47 Skoda A.17 A.P.H.E. 36.M 44 mm
Canon de char de 40 mm L.47 Skoda A.17 A.P. 76 mm
A licensed design based on the canon de char A.7 tchèque mounted dans le char léger LT vz. 38.
40 mm L.51 40.M MAWAG Canon Antichar
40 mm L.51 41.M MAWAG Canon de Char
A.P.H.E. 36.M 48 mm
40 mm L.51 40.M MAWAG Canon Antichar
40 mm L.51 41.M MAWAG Canon de Char
A.P. 80 mm
Le 40 mm 40.M était le canon antichar tracté standard produced la compagnie de Manfred Weisz AG (MAWAG) hongroise, which was also used comme canon de char. The weapon was a derivative of the Rheinmetall-Borsig 37 mm PaK 35/36, but it fired the same ammunition as the 40 mm Bofors AA-Gun.
40 mm L.70 37.M Bofors/MAWAG Flak A.P.H.E. 36.M 66 mm
40 mm L.70 37.M Bofors/MAWAG Flak H.C. 42.M 206 mm
40 mm L.70 37.M Bofors/MAWAG Flak A.P. 43.M
Armement principal du canon automoteur 40.M Nimrod. Ce véhicule était une modification hongroise du Landsverk L-62 (LVKV 40 Anti) suédois which had many basic parts in common avec the shorter char léger L-60. The Nimrod was taken into the Honvedseg (Armée Hongroise) comme chasseur de chars, but it proved inadequate against chars T-34 soviétiques. The situation improved when new 43.M ammunition was introduced ou when 42.M Kerngranate hollow-charge rounds were fired from the véhicule. Kerngranate was a 150 mm Igr. 39 Hl/A artillery shell H.C. warhead mounted on a fin-stabilized tube. The round had to be inserted into the barrel manually, from the front, et it was fired avec a blank cartridge very much like une grenade à fusil. A total of 135 Nimrods were built, most of which were deployed by the 51r et 52e Bataillon de Canons Automoteur Blindés de la 1re et 2e Division Blindée Hongroise, respectively. Nimrod batteries attached to armoured et motorized bataillons were allocated four véhicules each.
Canon de char de 75 mm L.25 41.M MAWAG A.P. 59 mm
A short support weapon mounted in chars d'appui 41.M Turan II. The gun was a derivative du canon de campagne de 76,5 mm Böhler 18.M austro-hongrois.
Canon de char de 75 mm L.43 43.M MAWAG A.P. 98 mm
Une version hongroise du canon de 75 mm KwK 40 allemand. The gun was used to upgrade existing chars Turan en chars lourds 43.M Turan II, et it was mounted in 44.M Zrinyi I assault guns. The weapon fired standard obus allemand et hongrois de 75 mm.
105 mm L.20.5 40.M MAWAG Howitzer A.P. 55 mm
105 mm L.20.5 40.M MAWAG Howitzer H.E.A.C. (Gr. 39 Hl/A) 103 mm
105 mm L.20.5 40.M MAWAG Howitzer H.E.A.C. (Gr. 39 Hl/B) 116 mm
105 mm L.20.5 40.M MAWAG Howitzer H.E.A.C. (Gr. 39 Hl/C) 128 mm
A towed field howitzer which was also mounted in 43.M Zrinyi II assault howitzers.
105 mm L.28 le.FH 18 A.P.H.E. (Pz.Gr.) 78 mm
105 mm L.28 le.FH 18 A.P. (Pz.Gr. 39) 106 mm
105 mm L.28 le.FH 18 H.C. (Gr. 39 Hl/A) 103 mm
105 mm L.28 le.FH 18 H.C. (Gr. 39 Hl/B) 116 mm
105 mm L.28 le.FH 18 H.C. (Gr. 39 Hl/C) 128 mm
Standard light howitzer of the Wehrmacht.

L'industrie de l'armement hongroise was in better shape than that of its neighbours, primarily because of favorable licensing agreements avec fabricants tchèques, allemands, Swedish et autrichiens.

Andy Reid

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