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Strv m/40L




Tank ID: 641 Nation: sweden Name: Strv m/40L Tank Type: lightTank Tag: S12_Strv_M40 Tier: 3

In 1940, the Swedish army experienced an acute need for armored vehicles. One of the solutions to the problem was the modernization of the L-60 tanks. The first 100 modernized vehicles received improved armor and a new automatic transmission. Modernization was performed by AB Landsverk; this is why these vehicles entered service named Strv m/40L. Later, vehicles that were manufactured at the factory in Karlstad were equipped with more powerful engines, improved suspension, and armor. These vehicles were designated Strv m/40K.



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Strv m/38





Tank ID: 385 Nation: sweden Name: Strv m/38 Tank Type: lightTank Tag: S03_Strv_M38 Tier: 2

Developed on the basis of the L-60 light tank by AB Landsverk. During mass production, the vehicle underwent several modernizations. A total of 216 vehicles of different variants were produced from 1939 through 1944. The vehicle remained in the service of the Swedish army until the 1960s.



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L-60




Tank ID: 51841 Nation: sweden Name: L-60 Tank Type: lightTank Tag: S15_L_60 Tier: 2

Designed by Landsverk AB in 1934 as a further development for the L-10 tank. The vehicle configuration featured a number of revolutionary solutions. Four vehicles were sold to Austria, Hungary, and Ireland. After several upgrades, the vehicle entered service in Sweden under the Stridsvagn m/38 designation.



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Strv fm/21





Tank ID: 129 Nation: sweden Name: Strv fm/21 Tank Type: lightTank Tag: S05_Strv_M21_29 Tier: 1

The LK II tank was developed in Germany in 1918. The vehicle underwent trials, and the German army placed an order for 1,000 tanks. However, the order was not completed before the end of World War I. In 1920, Germany sold 10 LK II vehicles to Sweden, which entered service under the designation Stridsvagn fm/21. In 1929-1932, the vehicles underwent modernization and received more powerful engines and improved frontal armor. All modernized vehicles were designated Stridsvagn m/21-29 and were used for training purposes until 1940.




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Primo Victoria
Nation: Sweden – Tier: VIII – Type: Medium Tank

About 240 Centurion Mk. III and Mk. V tanks were purchased for the needs of the Swedish Armed Forces. The vehicles were designated Strv 81, underwent multiple modernizations and remained in service until the early 2000s. In August 2017, one vehicle was presented to the Swedish band Sabaton and was brutally customized—the British steel was reforged to pure Swedish metal, and thus it became the true headbanger tank.

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Lansen C
Nation: Sweden – Tier: VIII – Type: Medium Tank

Developed by the Swedish company, Landsverk, for the Swiss Armed Forces. The tank was supposed to feature a Swiss copy of the British 20-pounder tank gun. A full-size prototype was produced to test the developed solutions, but all activities were discontinued in favor of the 30-ton class vehicle. No metal prototype was produced.

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Leo

Leo
Nation: Sweden – Tier: VII – Type: Medium Tank

In the late 1940s, Landsverk developed a series of tanks that were primarily intended for export. The Strv Leo medium tank was the heaviest in the series. The army took an interest in the project, but it did not offer considerable advantages over foreign peers that were available for purchase. Eventually, they favored another project.

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