Magyar Leichter Panzerjäger 38(t)

Anybody know if the Leichter Panzerjäger 38(t) used by Hungary were marked with the black square/ white cross marking ? I’ve seen a couple color plates and models with these. (Not my favorite source) Only photos I’ve seen show standard German Balkan crosses with Hungarian ID numbers (K-### orT-###). I believe these were combat replacement from Wehrmacht units. About 100 were received from Skoda, new. I’m thinking these had Hungarian markings.

Hey, I saw this question on FB just a moment ago… Must be from you too?

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Most likely. Doesn’t seem like it would be a common question. :slight_smile: Kinda like automatic weapons fire … more shots you spray the more likely you’ll get a hit.

Or a shotgun :stuck_out_tongue: I hope you will get your answer…

Low yield tactical nuke… :bomb: :boom:

I’ve been checking my references, and have not found any pics of Hungarian Hetzers with the white over black cross… BTW they are Balken Kreuze, which means so much as beam crosses…

Heard from a gent in Hungary. The Jagdpanzer 38 (t)s had German markings and Hungarian ID markings.
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Isn’t the T marking a Soviet capture tag number?

Might have been. These are in Hungarian army use around the time of the siege of Budapest.