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Danish armoured car L-180 developed by the Swedish company AB Landsverk. Denmark acquired to of this model in 1936. With Büssing-NAG chassis. Büssing motor V8-cyl., 160 HP. Main armament: Danish Madsen 20mm M 1933 L/60 cannon. Secondary armament: 2 x Madsen 8 mm M 1924 type C machine guns.

Armor - Wehrmacht - Alkett WW II Siege Mortar (Sturmmörserwagen606-4 mit) Armament (One 380mm RW 61 Rocket Launcher, One 100mm SMi 35 Grenade Launcher & One 7.62mm MG 34 MG - 19 Built (1)

Armored train number 695 of BP-35 type (PR-35 + 2 x PL-37) supported by BA-20 and BA-10 armored cars/railcars. WW2 Rail-road armor

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.Vc-Pilots who flew it loved the airplane, calling it "a ballerina in flight." It has often been credited with winning the Battle of Britain, in spite of the fact that the much more numerous Hawker Hurricanes shouldered most of the burden.. It was the most extensively produced of all the Allied fighters.

Danish armoured car L-185 developed by the Swedish company AB Landsverk. In 1934, built on a 4 x 4 Fordson chassis and ford motor (85hp), was sold to Denmark. It was issued to the Army Technical Corps of the Danish Army. Main armament: Danish Madsen 20mm cannon. Secondary armament: 2 x Madsen machine guns.

Danish armoured car M/39 or Lynx was a Swedish 4x4 armoured car that AB Landsverk began developing in 1937 for the Danish Army. Main armament: Danish Madsen 20 mm cannon. Three vehicles were delivered to Denmark in April 1938, but a further batch of fifteen were still awaiting delivery to Copenhagen when the war broke out in 1939. These were then confiscated by the Swedes who employed them as the Pansarbil m/39

Danish armoured car M/39 or Lynx was a Swedish 4x4 armoured car that AB Landsverk began developing in 1937 for the Danish Army. Main armament: Danish Madsen 20 mm cannon. Three vehicles were delivered to Denmark in April 1938, but a further batch of fifteen were still awaiting delivery to Copenhagen when the war broke out in 1939. These were then confiscated by the Swedes who employed them as the Pansarbil m/39

Danish armoured car M/39 or Lynx was a Swedish 4x4 armoured car that AB Landsverk began developing in 1937 for the Danish Army. Main armament: Danish Madsen 20 mm cannon. Three vehicles were delivered to Denmark in April 1938, but a further batch of fifteen were still awaiting delivery to Copenhagen when the war broke out in 1939. These were then confiscated by the Swedes who employed them as the Pansarbil m/39