Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic / Slovak Republic (CZK/CZE/SVK)
Wars have accompanied mankind since time immemorial. And they evolve with it. The twentieth century marked an enormous turning point. Man invented the armoured tracked vehicle and used it to sweep away all previous conventions of warfare. Let us now go back to the very beginning of it all and, step by step, trace the development of armoured vehicles in the world and in Czechoslovakia.
Tankette Praga AH-IV-R was ordered by the Romanian army in 1936 in the number of 35 pieces. All were manufactured until the end of 1937 ...
Recently, information has emerged about the renewal of the Czech modernization program T-72, which took place in the late 90's. After that, 35 tanks for the Czech Army, which received the designation T-72M4 CZ, were modernized under this program by 2006, and the program was stopped for financial reasons. Now the Czech Republic is considering modernizing several hundred vehicles for its army and possibly for export.