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World War II Self-Propelled Guns

NamePrimary RoleManufacturerCountry
BM-13/8/31 Katyusha Self-Propelled Rocket Artillery Voronezh Komintern Factory, Russia  Russia  
Canon de 194 modèle GPF Self-Propelled Gun Schneider-Creusot  France  
Hornisse/Nashorn Tank Destroyer Deutsche-Eisenwerke AG  Germany  
Howitzer Motor Carriage M8 'Scott' Self-Propelled Gun   United States  
Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer   Germany  
Jagdpanzer 38(t) Tank Destroyer Ceskomoravská Kolben-Danek  Czechoslovakia  
Karl-Gerät Self-Propelled Gun Rheinmetall AG  Germany  
M10 Wolverine Tank Destroyer   United States  
M18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer Buick Motor Division, General Motors, Flint, Michigan, United States  United States  
M3 Gun Motor Carriage Tank Destroyer   United States  
M36 Jackson Tank Destroyer   United States  
M6 Gun Motor Carriage Tank Destroyer   United States  
M7 Priest Self-Propelled Gun   United States  
Panzerjäger Tiger (P) 'Elefant' Tank Destroyer Porsche Aktiengesellschaft, Germany  Germany  
SdKfz 131/132 Marder II Tank Destroyer   Germany  
SdKfz 135 Marder I Tank Destroyer   Germany  
SdKfz 138/1 Grille Self-Propelled Gun BMM  Germany  
SdKfz 138/139 Marder III Tank Destroyer   Germany  
SdKfz 165 Hummel Self-Propelled Gun Alkett, Berlin & Deutsche Eisenwerke, Duisberg, Germany  Germany  
Semovente 105/25 Tank Destroyer Fiat  Italy  
Semovente 149/40 Self-Propelled Gun Fiat  Italy  
Semovente 47/32 Self-Propelled Gun Fiat  Italy  
Semovente 75/18 Self-Propelled Gun Fiat  Italy  
Semovente 75/34 Self-Propelled Gun Fiat  Italy  
Semovente 90/53 Tank Destroyer Fiat  Italy  
Sexton Self-Propelled Gun Canadian Tank Arsenal, Montreal Locomotive Works  Canada  
Sturer Emil Tank Destroyer   Germany  
Sturmgesch√ľtz III¬†Assault Gun¬†Daimler-Benz AG¬†¬†Germany¬†¬†
Sturmgesch√ľtz IV¬†Assault Gun¬†Krupp-Grusonwerk AG¬†¬†Germany¬†¬†
Sturmpanzer Assault Gun Altmärkische Kettenwerke, Berlin, Germany  Germany  
SU-100 Tank Destroyer Uralmash  Russia  
SU-152/ISU-152 Self-Propelled Gun Chelyabinskiy Kirovskiy Zavod  Russia  
SU-76 Self-Propelled Gun   Russia  
SU-85 Tank Destroyer   Russia  
T48 Gun Motor Carriage Self-Propelled Gun Diamond-T Motor Company, Chicago, Illinois, US  United States  
Type 1 Ho-Ni I Tank Destroyer   Japan  
Type 3 Ho-Ni III Tank Destroyer Hitachi Limited  Japan  
Type 4 Ha-To Self-Propelled Gun   Japan  
Type 4 Ho-Ro Self-Propelled Gun Mitsubishi Heavy Industries  Japan  
Type 5 Na-To Tank Destroyer   Japan  
Valentine Archer Tank Destroyer Vickers-Armstrongs, Limited  United Kingdom  
Valentine Bishop Self-Propelled Gun Vickers-Armstrongs, Limited  United Kingdom  
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