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List of historical equipment of the Hellenic Army

 

List of historical equipment of the Hellenic Army

Contents

  • Firearms 1
  • Artillery 2
  • Armoured vehicles 3
  • Others 4
  • References 5

Firearms

Balkan Wars

Pistols and revolvers
Model D'Ordonance M1873/1874 Revolver (France)
FN M1900 Semi automatic Pistol (Belgium)
FN M1903 Semi automatic Pistol (Belgium)
Rifles
M1872 Mylonas rifle (reserve) (Greece, Belgium made)
Gras M1874 Single-shot rifle
Mannlicher–Schönauer M1903 Bolt Action Rifle and Carbine (Austria)
Machine guns
Schwarzlose Heavy Machine Gun (Austria)

World War I and Greco-Turkish War (1919–1922)

Pistols and revolvers
Model D'Ordonance M1873/1874 Revolver (France)
Ruby M1914 Semi automatic Pistol (France/Spain)
Rifles
Mannlicher–Schönauer M1903/14 Bolt Action Rifle and Carbine (Austria)
Lebel M1886 Bolt Action Rifle (France)
Berthier M1907/15 or 1916 Bolt Action Rifle (France)
Berthier M1892 or 1916 Bolt Action Carbine(France)
Gras M1874 Single-shot rifle (France)
Machine guns
Chauchat M1915 Light Machine Gun (France)
Saint Etienne M1907/16 Heavy Machine Gun (France)
Schwarzlose Heavy Machine Gun (Austria)

World War II

Pistols and revolvers
Ruby M1914 Semi automatic Pistol (France/Spain)
Nagant M1892 Revolver (Belgium)
FN M1922 Semi automatic Pistol (Belgium)

Rifles
Mannlicher–Schönauer M1903/14/27/30 Bolt Action Rifle (Austria)
Fabrique Nationale Mauser M1930 Bolt Action Rifle (Belgium)
Lebel M1886 Bolt Action Rifle (France)
Berthier M1907/15 or 1916 Bolt Action Rifle (France)
Berthier M1892 or 1916 Bolt Action Carbine (France)
Lee–Enfield Bolt Action Rifle (after 1942) (UK)
Machine guns
Chauchat M1915 Light Machine Gun (France)
Hotchkiss M1922 Light Machine Gun (France)
Hotchkiss M1914 Heavy Machine Gun (France)
Hotchkiss M1926 Heavy Machine Gun (France-Greece)
Saint Etienne M1907/16 Heavy Machine Gun (France)
Schwarzlose Heavy Machine Gun (Austria)
Bren Light machine gun (after 1942) (UK)
Submachine guns
Sten Submachine gun (UK)
Thompson Submachine gun (US from UK aid)M1928 (1941), M1A1 (after 1942)
M3 Submachine gun (US)Used by the mountain Commandos (after 1942)

Post-war

Lee–Enfield Bolt Action Rifle (UK)
Springfield 1903 Bolt Action Rifle (US)
M1 Garand Semi automatic Rifle (USA)
FN FAL Selective fire Assault Rifle (Belgian and Greek made)
Bren Light machine gun (UK)
BAR Light Machine Gun (US)
Browning M1919 Machine Gun (US)
Sten Submachine gun (UK)
Thompson Submachine gun (US)
M3 Submachine gun (US)

Artillery

Schneider-Canet M1907 75mm cannon (Greece-France)
Schneider-Danglis M1906/09 75mm mountain cannon (Greece-France)
M1897 75mm cannon (France)

Armoured vehicles

M3 Half-Track Armoured Personnel Carrier (USA)
M8 Greyhound light armored car {USA}
M18 Hellcat tank destroyer {USA}
M24 Chaffee Light Tank (USA)
M47 Patton Medium Tank (USA)
M74 Tank Recovery Vehicle {USA}
AMX-30 Main Battle Tank (France)
M60 Patton Main Battle Tank (USA)
AMX-10P Infantry Fighting Vehicle (France)
Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car (South Africa)
Universal Carrier Light Armoured tracked Vehicle (United Kingdom)
Centaur A-27L Mk VIII Cruiser Tank (United Kingdom)
M59 Armoured Personnel Carrier (USA)

Others

M1915 Adrian helmet (France)
M1938 helmet (Italy)
Brodie helmet (UK)
M1 helmet (USA)

References

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