PzKpfw736(i) & PzKpfw738(i)

 

SS-Geb-Div.Prinz Eugen

9 november 1943, program for the issue of Italian Armored Vehicles provide five PzKpfw L6 to SS-Geb-Div.Prinz Eugen and 45 PzKpfw M13/40-M15/42 to Pz.Abt.V SS-Geb.Korps. (never seen pictures of M13, M14, M15 identified like Prinz Eugen with runes.)

M14 from 7th SS-Freiwilligen- Gebirgs-Division "Prinz Eugen". Autumn, 1944.

(Picture from Wydawnictwo Militaria 180 "Waffen SS colors")

M14/41 from 7th SS-Freiwilligen- Gebirgs-Division "Prinz Eugen".

(Source unknown )

 

M14/41 probably from 7th SS-Freiwilligen- Gebirgs-Division "Prinz Eugen".

(Picture from Wydawnictwo Militaria)

 

Panzer-Abt.202

M15/42 738(i) from Panzer-Abt.202

(Picture from the Tank Power vol. XXXIII "Belgrad 1944" Wydawnictwo Militaria 257)

  M15/42 738(i) from Panzer-Abt.202

(From "Italian medium tanks in action" Squadron/Signal Publication No 39)

Germans M 15/42 from Pz.Abt. 202. Serbia, Spring 1944.

(From "Italian Armour in German Service 1943–1945" by Daniele Guglielmi)

 

22.SS-Freiwilligen-Kavallerie-Division Maria Theresa.

 

Unconfirmed 1945, February, Budapest. M15 from 22.SS-Freiwilligen-Kavallerie-Division Maria Theresa.

(Picture from Wydawnictwo Militaria)

1945, February, Budapest. M15 from 22.SS-Freiwilligen-Kavallerie-Division Maria Theresa.

(Picture from "Budapest assault" Military Chronicle)

Other

Germans M 15/42. Croatia, Summer 1944.

(From "Italian Armour in German Service 1943–1945" by Daniele Guglielmi)

(From Batailes & Blindes No54 magazine)