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Czechoslovakian troops on exercise, late 1930s; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gun

Caption   Czechoslovakian troops on exercise, late 1930s; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gun ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 23 Apr 2010

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
25 Sep 2012 06:57:15 PM

TAKE AND HOLD THE HIGH GROUND: GOOD PHOTO OF THE CZECH Vz26 LIGHT MACHINE GUN. SOLDIERS HAVE BEEN ISSUED THE Vz32/M32 STEEL HELMET, IT WAS PRODUCED IN LARGE NUMBERS BEFORE THE GERMAN INVASION/OCCUPTION FIELD EQUIPMENT, M95 UNIFORMS, BACKPACKS WITH/GAS MASK CONTAINERS OR MESS KITS. SOLDIER ON THE Vz26 GUNNERS LEFT, COULD BE ARMED WITH THE Cz Brno Carbine in 7.92 THIS IS MY GUESS, AND I'VE BEEN WRONG BEFORE. IN SEPTEMBER 1938 THE CZECH ARMY NUMBERED OVER 1,500,000, AND WAS THE LARGEST IN PRE-WAR EUROPE. IT HAD 46 DIVISIONS W/TANK AND CAVALRY BRIGDES. IT ALSO HAD 138 BATTALIONS OF BORDER GUARDS.

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