97/38M 75mm

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97/38M 75mm
Anti-tank gun
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General data
Divisions12. Tartalék
Deployment cost35
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1x PaK 97/38 (75mm)

Rate of fire: 12 r/m
Traverse: 9°/s

Penetration: 90 mm
Damage: 5
Suppression: 84
Blast: 26
Accuracy: 15 %
Range: 2000 m

Penetration: 60 mm
Damage: 5
Suppression: 62
Blast: 26
Accuracy: 40 %
Range: 2000 m

Penetration: 0 mm
Damage: 1
Suppression: 137
Blast: 1820
Accuracy: 22 %
Range: 2000 m

Ammunition6/45/12 (HEAT/AP/HE)
Squad strength6
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Mobility and detection
Speed9 km/h
Speed on roads7 km/h
StealthVery good

97/38M 75mm is a Hungarian Anti-tank unit in Steel Division II.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Pak 97/38 was a captured French Canon de 75 modèle 1897 using a Swiss Solothurn muzzle brake mounted on a Pak 38 carriage. During the invasion of France and Poland, German Forces captured thousands of Canon de 75 modèle 1897. These were used in the field artillery role until the T-34 and KV-1 encounters in Operation Barbarossa. The standard 3.7 cm Pak 36 Anti-tank gun was not effective against the newer Soviet armor and the new Pak 40 anti-tank gun was not available in large numbers.

Hungarian Forces received 43 for these Anti-tank guns over the course of the war.

Available Transport[edit | edit source]

12. Tartalék

Strategy[edit | edit source]

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