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There are several different explanations about the origin of this vehicle. But since there are several different theories that be can found in different sources (most often on the Internet), it is appropriate to give explanation some of them and to explain why some of them are not true. Modification built during the Yugoslav wars in the 90’s: We can immediately reject this theory for a number of reasons. The most obvious reason was the fact that this vehicle was placed in the Museum long before the conflicts even broke out. Did the Partisans Build It: the Yugoslavian Partisans did modify a number of Allied supplied M3A3 tanks and equipped them with German captured weapons (7.5 cm PaK 40 and the 2 cm Flak 38 Flakvierling) in Šibenik workshop (1944/45). They certainly had the ability to make this modification. A number of 5 cm PaK 38 were captured from the Germans and used by the Partisans. They also captured and used in limited numbers some German half-track vehicles. But it is important to note that the main repair base (where the modifications on the M3 tanks were done- the city of Šibenik at the end of 1944 and beginning of 1945) was too far away from the estimated location where this vehicle was captured. It would be illogical to transport this vehicle to this location just to make the modification. As the Sd.Kfz. 250 was a rare vehicle on this front, it does not make sense to modify it. The lack of any spare parts would make this vehicle useful only for only a short time until it broke down or was damaged. Also, there is no precise or valid information which can prove that they are creators of this modification. Partisan modification is, therefore, possible but not likely. Did the Germans Build It: It is highly likely that it was built by the German, possibly somewhere in occupied Balkan. It is certain that it was made after 1943, as it had the new armored superstructure, which production began that year. There are several reasons why we can say that it was German made: Booth the vehicle and the gun were of German origin, German soldiers did many similar modifications on the field so this would not be too big a problem for them, no other side used the Sd.Kfz. 250 in the Balkans except for Germans and most important (as already mentioned earlier) is the information that this vehicle was captured by the Partisans during the German withdrawal from Greece 1944 or 1945. But unfortunately, it is difficult to determine exactly where, when and which unit built it. The question of why it was made, is also problematic, but it is possible to answer it. In essence, it could have been used as a training vehicle, but it is more likely that it was built to fight different Partisans groupings on Balkan. The Partisan way of fighting is usually by attacking in smaller groups different enemy targets (cities with small garrisons, patrols etc.) and then quickly retreat into the forests and hills. For the Germans (or any force on that matter) it was important to prevent these attacks in time before they cause damage, so mobility was important. Mobile artillery could give the Germans forces the more fire-power during the usually short engaging with the Partisans. Half-track vehicles had good mobility, better than trucks or cars, and in this case had sufficient armor to protect its crew from small arms fire. A high gun elevation would also help with fighting in hills or woods. It is also possible that this modification was built during the fast and (somewhat) chaotic withdrawal of German forces from Greece, in the hope of better protecting the German withdrawal forces from possible Partisan attack. At some point, it was damaged (or abandoned) and then captured by the Yugoslav Partisans. It is almost impossible to determine the exact creator unit of this modification. It could be any unit of the German Army Group E and F who were responsible for the defense of the Balkans from different Partisans faction and potential any Allied invasion in 1944/45. Possible armored units from Greece were Panzer Auflkarungs Abteilung 122 or the Panzer Abteilung 212. Both units got orders for withdraw from Greece in late 1944 and to move mostly through the Yugoslavian territory. During these withdrawals, they often fought battles with Yugoslav Partisans and the Bulgarian forces that had earlier switched sides to the Allied side. There was heavy fighting in Macedonia and the southern parts of Serbia where this vehicle was probably captured. The Sd.Kfz.250 mit 5 cm PaK 38 in a dunkelgelb camouflage, as it might have looked if employed in the later part of the war. Observe the welded-on rear part of the hull. Illustration by Jaroslaw Jarja, funded by our Patreon campaign. Pak 38, 40 y 43. Colección de PumBye. De los tres, el Pak 43 con cañón de 88 mm. fue el el arma antitanque más poderosa usada en cantidades significativas por la Wehrmacht, A partir de ese..

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At base, each hit to an enemy vehicle does 150 damage with average penetration- usually enough for most Medium Tanks but rarely able to even scratch the paint of a Pershing or Churchill, or if the weapon is turned on the Axis, Panthers, Tigers, or King Tigers. However, while cloaked, the PaK 38 builds up an Ambush Bonus- a 25% damage boost along with penetration and accuracy boosts, for a total of 187.5 damage- making it a threat to any Allied vehicle. In real life, the PaK 38 was adopted fairly early on and used as the Wehrmacht's main Anti-Tank gun in 1940 and 1941 until sufficient amounts of the PaK 40, though continued to see use until the end of the war. It was also used as the basis for the Panzer III's KwK 38 and 39 main guns. Unlike in Company of Heroes, particularly by 1944 its penetration was very lacking and thus the weapon was only useful against lighter tanks outside of flanking, but like in game, it was an excellent ambush weapon.

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The PaK 38 is an Anti-Tank Gun, a light direct fire Artillery piece made for use against enemy vehicles (and armored structures, if necessary). It's manned by a crew of 3- a Gunner, Loader, and Spotter. It can still operate without the Spotter, though it requires at least 2 men. Historically, this vehicle is a mystery and unfortunately, there is no information about it available. Various sources, mostly on the internet, offer different interpretations of who built this and where the vehicle was used. These range from it being used on the Eastern Front to it seeing action during the Yugoslav wars in the 1990s. However, most of these versions are incorrect or misinterpreted. Thanks to Dr. Mirko Peković (Museum Advisor), we know that the Belgrade Military Museum received this vehicle in 1954 from a military post, from Kragujevac (a city in Serbia). Unfortunately, the Museum does not possess information on its origin. It is known that the vehicle was captured by Partisans during the German withdrawal from Greece. More precise information is difficult to find as the Partisans kept poor records of most captured vehicles and weapons during the WW2. It is also not known what the Partisans (and later the JNA-Yugoslav People’s Army) did with this vehicle. Thanks to its preservation at the Museum, the construction can be analyzed in detail. The first thing of notice is that this is a combination of a German Sd.Kfz.250 half-track and a 5 cm PaK 38 anti-tank weapon. On the left side, this vehicle seems like it is completely intact. All German vehicles in the Belgrade Military Museum are painted in this camouflage. It has a more ‘decorative’ role and does not represent how the vehicle was painted in reality. Photo: Wikimedia The suspension and running gear appear to have suffered some kind of damage at some point and were never truly repaired. On the vehicle’s right side, the outer two road wheels are missing, as are the front wheels mudguards, and other parts like the bolt that hold the wheels in place. Production Costs. 5 cm Pak 38. Price. 10 600 Reichmark. The ammunition used for the 5 cm Pak 38 and the 5 cm Kw K 39 (L/60) used on the Pz Kpfw III was identical

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  1. The 5cm Pak 38 ( PAK, PanzerAbwehrKanone), had a low profile and was easy to move and conceal. And it was very good to counter the British tanks Matilda, Crusader and M4 Shermans
  2. 4,7 cm Pak(t) auf Pz.I Ausf.BI Sturmgeschütz III Ausf. Flakpanzer 38, 2 cm, Pz.Fgst.38 (t) Sf.I Flakpanzer I Ausf. AI 3.7-cm Flak 36 auf Selbstfahrlafette Sd.Kfz
  3. In 1939, the German Army made a request for a new light half-track troop carrier similar to the larger Sd.Kfz.251. The development of this project was handed over to Bussing-Nag (for the design of the main armored body) and Demag (for developing the chassis). For this purpose, the D7p chassis was used, a truncated version of the Sd.Kfz.10’s D7 chassis that featured only four road wheels on either side, instead of five. Due to many reasons (priority being given to the larger Sd.Kfz.251, slow adaptation for production, insufficient materials etc.), the development process and production were slow. The first production vehicles were not ready until 1941. From 1943 onwards, a new simplified armored body was used in the hope of speeding up the production. These were designated the Ausf. B in order to differentiate them from the more complex superstructures fitted to the Ausf. A. Over 6500 vehicles were produced in 12 variants until the end of the Second World War.
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Unfollow 5cm pak 38 to stop getting updates on your eBay Feed. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive German 5cm PaK38 Anti-tank gun. Производитель: Dragon The 5cm PaK 38 (L/60) (5cm Panzerabwehrkanone 38 (L/60)) was first used by the German forces in April 1941. When the Germans faced Soviet tanks in 1941 during Operation Barbarossa, the PaK 38..

The gun is small enough to be moved by hand around the battlefield in its wheeled carriage, and is very easily hidden. The front is protected by a small shield, which isn't particularly effective at stopping bullets but offers meager protection for both crew and gun. Capacity: 1,124 mL (38 oz). Polypropylene. Stackable and space-saving. Specifications. Brand. Snap Pak. Capacity. 1,077.28 g

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The 5 cm PaK 38 was developed by Rheinmetall-Borsig in 1938 as a replacement for the weaker 3.7 cm Pak 36, but it was not ready for service until 1940 The PAK 38 50mm Anti-tank Gun is the main Anti-Tank gun for the Wehrmacht, being very similar in design and use to its American counterpart. The PaK 38 is an Anti-Tank Gun, a light direct fire Artillery piece made for use against enemy vehicles (and armored structures, if necessary)

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www.super-hobby.com. PaK-38. Subcategories. Filters. PaK 38 (+ resin parts) (DRA). Scale: 1:35 Product code: abe35096 Manufacturer: Aber On closer inspection, the place where the extended armor was welded to the original one can be observed. Photo: Author’s own

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Worse yet, perhaps, is that all of the basic crew members are very weak. Any enemy Infantry unit will easily slaughter an unescorted PaK 38 crew, and Snipers and Mortars can easily take out the weapon, even if it's attempting to retreat. Flanking from light vehicles is also concerning- but barring artillery, all of these problems can be solved simply by escorting the gun. Oklopne jedinice na Jugoslovenskom ratištu, Bojan B. Dumitrijević i Dragan Savić, Institut za savremenu istoriju, Beograd 2011. German Artillery of World War Two, Ian V.Hogg, Waffentechnik im Zweiten Weltkrieg, Alexander Ludeke, Parragon. Sd Kfz 250 Vol. I, Janusz Ledwoch, Warszawa 2003. Artillery and armoured vehicles in exterior of the military museum, Mirko Peković and Ivan Mijatović Encyclopedia of German tanks of world war two, Peter Chamberlain and Hilary L.Doyle.

Немецкая ПТ САУ 5cm PaK 38 L/60 auf Fahrgestell Pz.Kpfw.II (Sf) Ausf.A/B/C/F. Немецкая легкая ПТ САУ Гетцер (HETZER) JAGDPANZER 38(t) Report on the penetration effects of Pak 38 during operations in Bereka and Dudkowka between 12 and 20.5.1942. During the battles in Berewka, partly against superheavy tanks, the 2./Panz.Jäger.Abt.128 practically lost its complete material.. 5 cm Pak 38. German anti-tank gun. In more languages. Pak38 cfb borden 2.JPG 952 × 714; 293 KB. 1 reference. imported from Wikimedia project The crew would probably consist of the driver, gunner with a loader and a commander in order to efficiently operate this vehicle. The rest of the space was probably used for PaK ammunition, crew secondary weapons and equipment, and even more crew members or other passengers. According to the Museum own book-catalog, six crew members are listed but not marked who does what. What is possible is that this information is regarding the original Sd.Kfz.250 vehicle."Mobile" in the PaK 38's terms should not be confused with "fast". Despite being classified as a vehicle, the PaK 38's move speed is terrible, and it's even slower when in camo. It can only barely keep pace with Infantry, and has almost no chance to keep up with any vehicle, even being easily outpaced by the slow King Tiger. On top of that, its cone of fire and the amount of time needed to build up the ambush bonus make it an overall defensively-focused weapon: If you want offensively-focused Anti-Tank power you'll have to invest in Panzerschreks or a StuG IV or Geshutzwagen.

The Pak 38 carriage was also used for the 7.5 cm Pak 97/38 and the 7.5 cm Pak 50 guns. Romania imported 110 Pak 38s in March 1943. The guns remained in service with the Romanian Armed Forces.. The main weapon was the 5 cm PaK 38 anti-tank gun. The wheels and the two rear legs were removed. Besides this, it seems no other changes were done on the gun construction. The main weapon was held by two forward-pointed thick metal levers (one on each side). These were bolted to a metal construction which was added for this purpose. Traverse of the main weapon was quite limited, but the maximum elevation was high, but the exact numbers are not known. Unfortunately, there is no information about the amount of ammunition carried inside. The similar Sd. Kfz. 250/8 carried around 20 (75 mm) rounds. As the 5 cm rounds were smaller, and with the extra rear space the possible minimum quantity could be at least 30 to 40 or much higher. According to the Museum own book-catalog, two secondary MG 34 or 42 machine-guns were also used. As there are no obvious mounts for them, it is possible that they were stored inside.There is also no information about the exact name for this vehicle, and whether the German (and later Partisans/JNA) even assigned an official name for it. In accordance with German army practice, the nomenclature and designation of such similar modifications the Sd. Kfz. 250 with (or ‘mit’ in German) 5 cm PaK 38 could be used.If this vehicle was ever used by the Partisans and later JNA in any way (in war or as a training vehicle) it is not known. Mostly because of the inability to find new spare parts, there is a great chance that it has never been used operationally and was probably stored and later given to the Belgrade Military Museum. 4) Přemisťování 5 cm Pak 38 na Ukrajině 11.června 1942 do nového palebného postavení, je zde krásně vidět zmiňované řiditelné kolo. 5) Trošku kuriozitka 5 cm Pak 38 tažený za kolesnou..

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Overall, Veterancy 1 and 2 are not that useful for the PaK 38, as even with the received damage decrease and increased health the crew members are still fairly easily killed in a direct encounter with any other unit. However, the 3rd level increases its damage output by 15.5%, working well in combination with the existing Ambush Bonus, giving it a total of 216 damage, enough for any Allied vehicle to worry about. The 5 cm Pak 38 (L/60) (5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 38 (L/60)) was a German anti-tank gun of 50 mm calibre. It was developed in 1938 by Rheinmetall-Borsig AG as a successor to the 3.7 cm Pak 36, and.. The PAK-38 is feared by many, as it has the power of an M3 AT gun with a quicker firing rate. It will shoot when it stops about 1/3 at the top of the screen. A grenade will damage it and possibly kill the gunner, but a rocket or larger will completely destroy it

Later in the war the PaK 38 was adapted for aircraft mounting as the Bordkanone 5 with an automatic feed system, and this was then used as the basis for the 5cm FlaK 214 anti-aircraft gun The AT gun itself is a good all-around Anti-Tank gun. As expected, it has very good accuracy against vehicles- from a 90% chance at 40 meters to 65% at its max range of 60 meters. While the drop in accuracy is steep, the vast majority of Allied tanks and indeed units in general cannot return fire at this distance- and one of the few that can is the opposing AT gun, which is not a very effective counter. Accuracy against buildings is also very good, but against infantry it is negligible at any distance. Later in the war the PaK 38 was adapted for aircraft mounting as the Bordkanone 5 with an automatic feed system, and this was then used as the basis for the 5cm FlaK 214 anti-aircraft gun

The Panzerabwehrkanone 38 or PaK 38 (canon of defense against tanks) was a German anti-tank gun used during World War II. See more on http.. I have photos that show the starboard side only missing the leading outer wheel and no evidence of damage. The color profile is missing both the step (beneath the leading stowage box door) and handle (on the upper edge above the vision slit) used to gain entry to the driver’s compartment since the vehicle didn’t have a roof plate/ also missing are the three large bolts which secure the double inner wall which is part of the gun mount. There are a few articles (one in Modell-Fan 2/85) which bring forth the intentional similarity to the Sd.Kfz. 251/22. Speculation being that it is a movie prop or, if a combat vet, would have stowage similar to the vehicle that inspired its creation. 2-cm KwK 30/38. 55. Panzergranate 39. 8.8-cm KwK 43/1 and 8.8-cm PaK 43. 71. Panzergranate 39

The PaK is a mobile AT gun that still provides some serious punch, as opposed to the static 88mm Flak or 17 pounder, meaning it's able to advance just behind the Infantry to keep them supported. It can scrap most enemy light vehicles in only a few shots, and a PaK 38 firing from cover into a vehicle during a Tank vs. Tank encounter can play a very decisive role in the outcome. Its Camo ability will help it greatly on the defense, not only giving it the ambush bonus, but making it far harder to see, and giving it a better chance to make a crucial shot before the enemy even begins to deal with it. The Pak 38 5cm Anti-Tank Gun was developed as a response to shortcomings found in the Pak 36 3.7cm AT Gun used during the Spanish Civil War

Die PaK 38 wurde von der Wehrmacht gegen Ende 1940 eingeführt. Als die Deutschen sich im Jahre 1941 mit den starken russischen Panzern konfrontiert sahen wurde die PaK 38 verstärkt mit der.. By analyzing the modified half-track superstructure in detail, it can immediately be noticed that several interesting and unusual modifications were done. The most obvious is the unusual rear extension of the Sd.Kfz.250’s fighting compartment by nearly a meter. It is probable that the added rear ‘part’ was simply salvaged from another damaged Sd.Kfz.250 or even 251. A potential explanation for this is that, because of the installation of the new weapon, the crew needed extra room to use it efficiently. However, similar modifications had already been implemented, for example on the Sd. Kfz.250/8. It had an even larger caliber gun installed, but this did not require any major changes to the superstructure and which was not extended. The rear left the sided door of the Sd.Kfz.250 with 5 cm Pak 38 gun was left unchanged but the door itself was missing. This vehicle surely had an operational real door (there was no real reason no to have one), but at some point, it was removed for unknown reasons. Since recently, the door has been restored and welded completely, so it is no longer possible to see the interior. Dimensions of this modified version are, according to the Museum’s own book-catalog: length 4.56 m, width 1.95 m, and height 1.66 m. Armor thickness ranges from 8 to 15 mm. More like this. 50mm PAK-38 anti-tank gun The Pistole Parabellum 1908, commonly called the P08 Luger, is a semi-automatic pistol, used by the spotter of the PaK 38. Its meager 5 damage per hit along with a rather low fire rate and accuracy means that this weapon is almost entirely ineffective- even Engineers or British Officers will have no trouble overcoming this simple deterrent. The 5 cm PaK 38 (L/60) (5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 38 (L/60)) was a German anti-tank gun of 50 mm calibre. It was developed in 1938 by Rheinmetall-Borsig AG as a successor to the 37 mm PaK 36..

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The PaK 38 fielded a maximum range of nearly 3,000 yards. Caliber was of 50x419mm R and the weapon exhibited a length of 10 feet, 5.5 inches with a 7 feet, 9.7 inch barrel This unusual vehicle can be seen in the Belgrade Military Museum exhibitions. The Museum was founded in August 1878, with the first permanent exhibition open in 1904. Over the course of more than a century of existence, it had accumulated a large amount of various military exhibits and weapons. Along with other interesting and rare World War Two era vehicles, like the German Panzerkampfwagen I Ausf.F. and the Polish TKF tankette. The author of this article would take this opportunity to thank the museum advisor Dr. Mirko Peković for helping with the research for this article. 38:39. Броня России. Фильм 4. US Soldiers Test Firing Captured German 88mm Pak 43 Antitank Gun - WW2 Artillery Footage The PaK 38 was a German anti-tank gun that fired 50 mm calibre shell. It was developed in 1938 by Rheinmetall and was a successor of the PaK 36.

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  1. The 5 cm Pak 38 (L/60) (5 cm Panzerabwehrkanone 38 (L/60)) was a German anti-tank gun of 50 mm calibre. It was developed in 1938 by Rheinmetall-Borsig AG as a successor to the 3.7 cm Pak 36, and was in turn followed by the 7.5 cm Pak 40
  2. The top view, here we can see that by adding the sheet metal the gun was fixed in place. Photo: Author’s own
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  4. Side view of the vehicle top where we can see that it is covered with sheet metal to protect the vehicle from weather elements. It looks like the left side armor was damaged possibly by shrapnel. We can also see where the added rear part was welded to the vehicle superstructure. Photo: Author’s own Unfortunately, nothing is left of the original interior. It seems that at some point, probably at the moment of handing over to the museum, the whole interior was removed. The Maybach HL42 TRKM engine, with the steering wheel and the control panel was also removed. It was probably estimated that it would be pointless to leave it, as it would be exposed to weather conditions. This is supported by the fact that no other exhibit vehicle of this Museum has a preserved interior. Unfortunately today, nothing is left of the original interior apart from the gun. Photo: SOURCE The vehicle weight is marked as 5.7 t, but it was probably more than 6 t (possibly up to 7 t) as we must take into account the gun plus the ammunition weight.

The PAK 38 50mm Anti-tank Gun is the main Anti-Tank gun for the Wehrmacht, being very similar in design and use to its American counterpart. PaK 38. PaK 38 ile ilgili bilgilerin yer aldığı sayfamız: 5 cm PaK 38 Another unusual feature of this vehicle is the covered top with sheet metal. At first glance it seems like an good idea, as this way the crew would be better protected. But if we examine the vehicle top, we can very easily detect a major problem. By adding this sheet metal, the gun was made completely useless and unusable. So the question is, why do it? The explanation is simple, it was added after the war, possibly by the JNA when it was given to the Belgrade Military Museum to keep the weather out of the vehicle for external display. The PaK 38 is a German anti-tank gun in Post Scriptum. It's a 50 mm calibre cannon developed before the outbreak of World War 2, in 1938. It was a successor to the Pak 36, with development later leading to the Pak 40

Banibon. Сегодня, 17:38 Unfortunately, due to almost no information about this vehicle, we will never know it full operational history. It is very likely that it was built by the German forces in Balkans, possibly either to fight the Partisans or as protection for the withdrawing forces from Greece or even as a training vehicle. As there is no information available, it could be any or none of these. On the other hand, the Yugoslav Partisans did make some improvised vehicles by the end of 1944. But it is likely that they did not build this vehicle. Regardless of who made it or when and why, it is more important that it had survived the War, as many other similar modifications did not. In the end, it stands as proof of its maker skill and imagination of combining these two weapons.Although the PaK 38 is operated like a support weapon team, it gains veterancy through vehicle veterancy upgrades, available at the Kampfkraft Center. Veterancy applies to both existing and new PaK 38s created, as well as applies to any units who recrew the weapon on the Wehrmacht side. A fully restored and operational Sd.Kfz. 250 (Austria). On this photo, we can see the original appearance of the rear of this vehicle. Photo: SOURCE

This vehicle can be seen at the Belgrade Military Museum located near the city center. Photo: Wikimedia

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