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List of limited service World War II combat vehicles

This is a listing of vehicles that did not contribute greatly to the war effort. They were of either limited make, or reserved strictly for specialised purposes.


  • Australia 1
  • Canada 2
  • Czechoslovakia 3
  • France 4
  • Germany 5
    • Tanks 5.1
    • Self-propelled anti-aircraft 5.2
    • Tank destroyers 5.3
  • Hungary 6
  • Japan 7
    • Tanks 7.1
    • Assault guns 7.2
  • Netherlands 8
    • Tankettes 8.1
    • Armoured cars 8.2
  • Poland 9
  • Soviet Union 10
  • Sweden 11
    • Tanks 11.1
    • Armoured cars 11.2
  • United Kingdom 12
    • Tanks 12.1



  • Ram (2,993) (Never saw combat)


  • LT-35 (Never saw combat until annexation)
  • LT-38 (Never saw combat until annexation)




Self-propelled anti-aircraft

Tank destroyers




Assault guns



Armoured cars


  • wz.29 armoured car (10)
  • 7TP (~132)
  • Kubuś improvised armoured car (1)

Soviet Union



Armoured cars

United Kingdom


  • [[Carden Loyd tankette|Carden-Loyd Mark
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