Czechoslovakia / Czech Republic / Slovak Republic (CZK/CZE/SVK)
The turning point for the Czechoslovak armored vehicles was the year 1922 and the French light tank Renault FT-17. It was tested in prototype in 1917 and immediately introduced into the armament of the French army. Experts considered it the best tank in its category, and all states that built armored units wanted to have it in their arsenal ...
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.