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Název:
Name:
Škoda T-11
Originální název:
Original Name:
Škoda T-11
Kategorie:
Category:
lehký tank
Výrobce:
Producer:
DD.MM.1939-DD.MM.1940 Škoda Werke AG, Plzeň /
Období výroby:
Production Period:
DD.MM.1939-DD.MM.1940
Vyrobeno kusů:
Number of Produced:
10
Prototyp vyroben:
Prototype Built:
DD.MM.RRRR
Osádka:
Crew:
4
Technické údaje:
Technical Data:
 
Bojová hmotnost:
Combat Weight:
10500 kg
Délka s kanónem dopředu:
Length with Gun Forward:
4900 mm
Délka korby:
Hull Length:
? mm
Celková šířka:
Overall Width:
2055 mm
Celková výška:
Overall Height:
2370 mm
Světlá výška:
Ground Clearance:
350 mm
Šířka pásu:
Track Width:
320 mm
Měrný tlak:
Ground Pressure:
0,05 MPa
Pancéřování:
Armour:
korba - čelo: 25 mm
korba - boky: 16 mm
korba - zadok: 16 mm
korba - strop: 8 mm
korba - podlaha: 8 mm


veža - čelo: 25 mm
veža - boky: 16 mm
veža - zadok: 16 mm
veža - strop: 8 mm
Pohon:
Propulsion:
 
Typ:
Type:
Škoda T-11/0
- zážihový, stojatý, vodou chladený
- počet valcov: 4
- objem valcov: 8620 cm3
- hmotnosť s příslušenstvom: 900 kg
Výkon:
Power:
88,2 kW při 1800 ot/min
Převodové ústrojí:
Transmission:
- počet stupňov: 3
- redukcie: 2 stupne
- hmotnosť: 500 kg
Výkony:
Performance:
 
Rychlost na silnici:
Road Speed:
34 km/h
Rychlost v terénu:
Cross-country Speed:
12-16 km/h
Jízdní dosah po silnici:
Cruising Range on Road:
160 km
Jízdní dosah v terénu:
Cross-country Cruising Range:
120 km
Překonávání překážek:
Obstacles Crossing:
 
Svah:
Gradient:
41 1) / 45 2) °
Boční náklon:
Side Slope:
? °
Překročivost:
Trench Crossing:
2 1) /2,2 2) m
Výstupnost:
Vertical Obstacle:
0,8 m
Brodivost:
Fording Depth:
0,9 m
Výzbroj:
Armament:
 
Hlavní:
Main:
Škoda A8 ráže 37 mm (78 nábojov)
Vedlejší:
Secondary:
2x guľomet vz. 37 ráže 7,92 mm (3000 nábojov)
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User States:

Poznámka:
Note:
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Zdroje:
Sources:
1) Ivo Pejčoch, Oldřich Pejs - Obrněná technika 6, Střední Evropa 1919-1945 I.část, vydavateľstvo ARES, Praha 2005, ISBN 80-86158-46-2
2) Francev, V., Kliment, Ch. K.: Škoda LT vz. 35, MBI, Praha, 1995, ISBN:
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Škoda T-11
This is a new factory designation introduced in 5/1939, which replaced the original designation of the tank Š-II-a adopted by the Czechoslovak army as LT vz. 35.

T-11 for Afghanistan
The light tank project was the result of an order from the army of the Kingdom of Afghanistan on February 1, 1939. 10 pieces of this type were to be delivered. However, production took place only after the occupation and the finished machines were taken over by the Afghan military commission on March 12, 1940. Several types of markings are assigned to the machine, for Afghanistan it was assumed Š-II-aA, which was also changed in 5/1939 to T-11. Due to military events, it was not possible to transport the machines to the customer's country, so they remained with the manufacturer and were released for export by the German authorities.

Another person interested in Czechoslovak machines was Bulgaria.
The Bulgarians bought 26 pieces of older T-11 machines (the new designation also belonged to ex. LT vz.35) during their business visit to Germany and the 11th Panzer Regiment in Padeborn in 8/1939. These machines were from the army surplus of the Wehrmacht, sent for reconstruction to Skoda in Pilsen. Reconstructions were extended and delivered only in the spring of 1940. Since the experience of the Bulgarians with these machines was good, they tried to get more machines. The request was submitted by the German authorities, but Škoda offered the Bulgarian side the delivery of only 10 T-11s from the pledged order for Afghanistan. They were to supply them with complete equipment, spare parts and ammunition. The Bulgarian side accepted this and a purchase agreement of this type was signed. The machines, also known in Škoda as Š-II-aB, were sent at the end of 1940.

Compared to the original LT vz. 35, both types of T-11 received various improvements. They had a reinforced transmission, more modern radio equipment from Telefunken. Only ten original Afghan machines received the new, more modern Škoda A8 cannon.

The machines were in the Bulgarian army referred to as Lek tank Skoda (Лек танк Skoda). They were given registration marks and large white identification numbers 49 to 60 on the sides of the towers. From the middle of 1941, the machines carried the black crosses of St. Andrew on a white square field. In the years 1944/45, the machines bore the coat of arms with national colors (green, white, red). The cars, originally camouflaged by German tank gray, were later spray-painted with khaki, and in early 1945, the surviving specimens received dark green camouflage. The Bulgarians originally planned to buy another 45 tanks, but the German authorities did not allow production.

The machines were first used in combat until the autumn (autumn) of 1944 (!), When Bulgaria joined the Allies. Together with Soviet troops, the machines were deployed in battles against German troops in the Balkans, mostly in Yugoslavia. The machines proved successful in mountainous areas, but light tanks were already archaism at that time. Later, they also took part in the occupation of Austria. After their withdrawal from the front, the remaining machines were used by the Bulgarian post-war army until the 1950s for training and auxiliary tasks. Shortly after the war in 1945, the Bulgarians negotiated the purchase of spare parts for these machines. The contract was fulfilled in 1948. One of the machines of the older version of the T-11 survived today in the military museum in Sofia.

Pavel Pilař - Škoda T-11, T-12 and T-13M light tanks, HPM No. 2/2002
Ivo Pejčoch, Oldřich Pejs - Obrněná technika 6, Střední Evropa 1919-1945 Part I, ARES Publishing House, Prague 2005, ISBN 80-86158-46-2
Vladimír Francev, Charles K. Kliment - Czechoslovak armored vehicles 1918-1948, ARES publishing house, II. edition, Prague 2004, ISBN 80-86158-40-3
https://www.ebay.de
https://ostpanzer.com/forum/
https://www.md.government.bg/nvim/_bg/ts.html
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https://cgi.ebay.de/.../p3286.c0.m14



* Modified and supplemented in cooperation with Mr. Jiří Tintěra, for which I thank him for the correct "navigation" in a plethora of Czechoslovak types of tanks.
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Лек танк Skoda,
thus combined, using Cyrillic and Latin, it is called a tank of Czechoslovak origin in Bulgarian historiography. Under this name, the army of the Bulgarian Empire also used tanks which it took over from the Wehrmacht during the DSV.

His last exhibit stands overgrown with grass and bushes in the deposit of the Sofia Military Museum.

Note:
One of the pictures Лек танк Skoda - ex Pz.Kpfw. 35 (t), from 2002-2003, was taken from the official internet address "Национален Военноисторически музей".

https://hometown.aol.com/Bogdanovaslava/
https://www.achtungpanzer.bos.ru/skoda_bulg.htm
https://www.md.government.bg/nvim/_bg/ts.html
www.md.government.bg

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CZK/DEU - Škoda T-11 - National Museum of Military History, Sofia, Bulgaria

National Museum of Military History, Sofia, Bulgaria
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Lek tank Skoda (Лек танк Skoda)
Serial numbers of 26 machines Pz. Kpfw. 35 (t) handed over by the Wehrmacht to the Bulgarian army in 1940.

One tank made in Skoda:
50150

Tanks made in CKD:
1003; 1023; 1033; 1070; 1060
1005; 1025; 1036; 1081; 10119
1015; 1027; 1041; 1083; 10123
1016; 1028; 1042; 1089; 10126
1019; 1029; 1054; 1092; 10137

V. Francev - Manuscripts (Data taken with the consent of Mr. Francev)
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Tank vystavený na 42°41'15.00"N 23°21'05.00"E je rekonštruovaný Pz.Kpfw. 35(t), alebo T-11? Viď fotky v odkaze wikimapia.org 23°21'5"E
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Podľa tvaru brzdovratného zariadenia nad hlavňou kanóna je to pôvodný LT vz. 35.
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