Panzer II Ausf. F by (Tamiya 1/35)

Pzkpfw II ausf F -when Hitler invaded the West in 1940 his panzer divisions had a strengh of about 2500 tanks .

Panzer II Ausf.C  German  light tank WW II

Panzer II Ausf.C German light tank WW II

Panzer-ll (Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf.C): This version appeared in June 1938. The early production vehicles can be visually distinguished from the later by their rounded front hull. The later were much up-armoured, notably with extra plates bolted to the frontal glacis and turret. The Ausf.C was the main variant used throughout WW2 and produced until mid 1941. During 1939-40, it was also the most largely available tank for the Panzertruppen.

The Panzer II was one of the interim designs meant to prepare the German industry.

Panzer II on Western front May 1940 (Panzer I to the rear)

German armour was making a surprise advance through the Ardenne Forest that would outflank Allied forces that had moved forward into Belgium.

German Panzer II Ausf b light tank, date unknown

[Photo] German Panzer II Ausf b light tank, date unknown

Image used to illustrate the details of the SdKfz 121 Panzerkampfwagen II (PzKpfW II) / Panzer 2 Light Tank

Crew members working on their Panzer 2

The Panzerkampfwagen II light tank, the most numerous german tank during the Polish and French invasions, a stopgap design.

The Panzer II Ausf L or "Luchs" (Lynx), the most famous reconnaissance tank of the Wehrmacht and ultimate version of the Panzer II. Its main features, new hull, new drivetrain and engine, new tracks and interleaved wheels, new suspensions, better armor, radio and internal equipments, made this model really well suited for the task.

The Panzer II was one of the interim designs meant to prepare the German industry.

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This page details the development and operational history of the SdKfz 121 Panzerkampfwagen II (PzKpfW II) / Panzer 2 Light Tank (Nazi Germany) including technical specifications and pictures.

Panzer-ll (Pz.Kpfw. II Ausf.F): Major improvements were implemented on the armour. A new single-piece frontal 30mm glacis was installed, and the gun mantlet thickness was increased to 30mm with 15mm on the sides and rear. New commander cupola was also fitted, as well as the new KwK-38 20mm gun. From March - December 1941,  524  of this version were built.

F, El Alamein, June The F was the last standard version of the Panzer II. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

German light tank Panzer II in North Africa. Tank has 20 mm auto-cannon.

German light tank Panzer II in North Africa. Tank has 20 mm auto-cannon.

German Panzer II and Panzer I light tanks in a town in Denmark, Apr 1940. (German Federal Archive: Bild 101I-754-051N-23)

[Photo] German Panzer II and Panzer I light tanks in a town in Denmark, Apr 1940

German Panzer II and Panzer I light tanks in a town in Denmark, Apr 1940. (German Federal Archive: Bild 101I-754-051N-23)

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