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Flag of Albania.svg Albania

Handguns

Rifles

Submachineguns

Machineguns

Armoured cars

Light tank

Flag of Austria.svg Austria

Handguns

Rifles

Submachinegunns

Machineguns

Armored cars

Light Tanks

Artillery tractor

Flag of Australia.svg Australia

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine guns

Anti-Tank weapons

Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium

Handguns

Rifles

Machine Guns

Tanks and tankettes

Self-propelled Guns

Armoured cars


Flag of Brazil.svg Brazil

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine guns

Flag of Bulgaria.svg Bulgaria

Handguns

Rifles

Submachinegun

Machinegun

Fighters

Bombers

  • 13 Otto C.I
  • 8 Friedrichshafen FF-33 floatplane

Recon

Flag of Canada 1921.svg Canada

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank weapons

Taiwan China

List of National Revolutionary Army weapons, including warlords and Communists.

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Light Machine Guns

Heavy Machine Guns'

Anti-Tank weapons

Grenades

Close quarters weapons

Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg Czechoslovakia

Handguns

Rifles

Sub Machine Guns

Machine Guns

Tanks

Tank Destroyers

Fighters

Flag of Estonia.svg Estonia

Handguns

Rifles

Machineguns

Submachine guns

Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machine Guns

  1. M24
  2. M29

Flag of Finland.svg Finland

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank weapons

Grenades

Anti-aircraft weapons

France France

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Grenade

Armored Cars

Tanks Armoured reconnaissance tanks

Light tanks

Heavy tanks

Cavalry tanks

Armoured combat tanks


22x20px Nazi Germany

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Automatic Rifles

Sniper Rifles

Shotguns

Anti-tank Weapons

Flamethrowers

Grenades

Close quarter weapons

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Armoured cars

Jeeps/Trucks

  • Volkswagen 4-piston squad car/Personal command car
  • Kubelwagen 4-piston multipurpose support vehicle

Half-tracks

Self-propelled artillery

Assault guns

Tank destroyers

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns

Remote controlled devices

Fighters and interceptors

Bombers and ground attack

Patrol and reconnaissance

Transports and utility

Trainers

Greece Greece

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Gun

Machine Gun

Hungary Hungary

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-tank Weapons

Grenades

  • Lila füstgyertya

Tanks

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

Self-propelled anti-aircraft guns

Armoured cars


Italy Italy

Handguns

Submachine Guns

Rifles

  • Carcano M1891
  • Carcano M1891 Moschetto da Cavalleria (Cavalry Carbine)
  • Carcano M1891TS Moschetto per Truppe Speciali (Special Troop Carbine)
  • Carcano M1938 Carbine
  • Steyr-Mannlicher M1895

Machine Guns

Mortars

Hand Grenades

Tankettes

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

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Tank destroyers

Self-propelled guns

Armoured cars

Fighter aircraft

Attack aircraft

Bomber aircraft

Reconnaissance

Trainer aircraft

Transport aircraft

Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland

Pistols

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machine guns

Empire of Japan Japan

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine guns

Anti-tank Weapons

Machine Guns

Grenades

Flamethrowers

Grenade Dischargers

Swords

Tankettes

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Amphibious tanks

Self-propelled guns


Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia

Submachine guns

Machineguns

Flag of Lithuania.svg Lithuania

Handguns

Rifles

Machineguns

Flag of Luxembourg.svg Luxembourg

Rifles

Machineguns

Flag of the Netherlands.svg The Netherlands

Handguns

Rifle

Submachine guns

Machine Gun

Armoured cars

Tankettes

bombers

fighters

light bombers

reconnaissance aircraft

artillery observer aircraft

Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine guns

Anti-tank weapons

Flag of Norway.svg Norway

Handguns

Rifles

  • Krag-Jørgensen
  • M1917 Enfield (Parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)
  • Pattern 1914 Enfield (parachuted to the resistance movement as Military aid)
  • Lee-Enfield (parachuted to the resistance movement as military aid)
  • Karabiner 98k (captured from German forces, used by the Resistance)
  • M1 Carbine (Parachuted to the Resistance movement)
  • AG-42 (supplied to resistance movement by Sweden)
  • Mosin-Nagant (smuggled from Finland & USSR, used by resistance in the North)
  • Mas36 (leftover from French forces after the battle of Narvik, used by the resistance)

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Armoued cars

Flag of Mongolia.svg Mongolia

Rifles

Submachineguns

Machineguns

== Poland

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Poland ==

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine gun

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Grenades

  • Fragmentation Grenade wz.1933
  • Concussion Grenade wz.1933

Flamethrower

Grenade launcher

Close quarter Weapons

  • Lance (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combat
  • Szabla (Polish Cavalry) secondary weapon close quarters combat

Tankettes

Tanks

Armored Cars

Artillery tractors

Cars and Lories

Fighters

  • PZL P.11 (175 vs 140) note: the best fighter plane on Earth during the 1st half of the 1930s[citation needed]; by 1939 was still able to knock down quite a few German planes (170)
  • PZL P.7 (105 VS 30) note: obsolete by the time of the war; used out of necessity

Light Bombers/Tactical Bombers

  • PZL 23A Karaś (30 vs 0) note: experimental version
  • PZL 23B Karaś (170 vs 120)

Medium/Heavy Bombers

  • PZL 37 Los (61 vs 36) note: the best bomber in the World by 1939[citation needed] due to unjustifiable objections from the Polish Army too few were made and too few crews were ready by 1 SEP 39
  • PZL 30 Zubr (30 vs 0) note: obsolete by the time of the war

Recon (Close Support) Planes

Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal

Pistols

Rifles

Machineguns

Romania Romania

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovak Republic

Flag of South Africa 1928-1994.svg South Africa

Pistols

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

22x20px Soviet Union

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Anti-Tank Weapons

Grenades

Flamethrowes

Sniper Rifles

Swords

Knife

Tankettes

  • T-27 (3,328 pre-war)

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

Teletanks (remotely controlled tanks)

Self-propelled guns

Rocket artillery

Anti-aircraft

Armoured cars

Amphibious armoured cars

Half-tracks

Aerosans

Artillery tractors

Improvised AFVs

Motor vehicles

  • [All types] (272,600 pre-war)


Flag of Thailand.svg Thailand

Rifles

Machine guns

Flag of the United Kingdom.svg United Kingdom

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine guns
Machine Guns
Anti-Tank Weapons

Grenades

Mortars

Flamethrowers

Sniper rifles

Knives

Artillery tractors

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Cruiser tanks

Infantry tanks

Self-propelled guns

Armoured personnel carriers

Armoured cars

Fighter aircraft

Fighter bombers and ground attack

Bomber aircraft

Reconnaissance & patrol aircraft

Transport aircraft

Gliders

Flag of the United States.svg United States

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine Guns

Machine Guns

Sniper Rifles

Shotgun (Commonly used by the Marines in the Pacific theater, limited use in Europe)

Anti-Tank Weapons

Flamethrowers

Grenades

Grenade launcher

Mortars

Knife

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)

Heavy tanks

Tanks destroyers

Self-propelled guns

Armoured personnel carriers

Armoured cars

Artillery tractors

Amphibious

Flag of Spain.svg Spain

Handguns

Rifles

Submachineguns

Machine Guns

Flamethrowers

Grenades

Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden

Handguns

Rifles

Submachineguns

Machineguns

Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland

Handguns

Rifles

Submachine guns

Machineguns

Tanks

Fighters

Flag of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.svg Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Handguns

Rifles

Submachinegun

Machineguns

Light tanks

References

http://mailer.fsu.edu/~akirk/tanks/

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