Infantry Tank Mark II (A12) "Matilda II"

"Matilda 2" nicknamed "Oswald" rearmed with 5 cm KwK L/42 used in Hochsee-Lehrkommando Terneuzen in 1942.

(Picture from book Regenberger, Dr. Werner: Scheiben. Horst. "Beutepanzer unterm Balkenkreuz")

(From Bryan Perret "The Matilda" book )

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(Picture from book Regenberger, Dr. Werner: Scheiben. Horst. "Beutepanzer unterm Balkenkreuz")

Matilda II, with turret number 111, was used for loading practice by the High Seas Instructional Command at Terneuzen. At the end of 1942, the vehicle's turret was removed and a 5cm KwK L/42 gun was installed on a pivot mount. This vehicle, nicknamed "Oswald", was also armed with two machine guns.

(Picture from book Regenberger, Dr. Werner: Scheiben. Horst. "Beutepanzer unterm Balkenkreuz")

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(Picture from book Regenberger, Dr. Werner: Scheiben. Horst. "Beutepanzer unterm Balkenkreuz")

"Matilda 2" rearmed with 5 cm KwK L/42 and LWS I (19 71), being transported on PiLaBo.41 (number 504), has a camouflage in the style of the Kriegsmarine.

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