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CV35 (for 3D Studio Max)
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• Uploaded on: 9/14/07
• System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, 3D Studio Max
• File Format: 3D Studio Max
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• Texturing: Combination
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The L3/35 was an Italian tankette that was developed from imported British Carden-Loyd Mark VIs (designated CV29 in Italian service, CV stood for Carro Veloce, "fast tank"). It was built as the CV-33 in 1933, but was retrofitted as the CV-35 in 1935 and renamed the L3/35 in 1938. The official Italian classification of this vehicle was as a light tank, however this type of vehicle is classified as a tankette by Anglo-American militaries.
In addition to seeing action in the Second Italo-Abyssinian War the Spanish Civil War and the Slovak-Hungarian War, the L3 was used everywhere Italians fought in World War II: the Italian/French border, North Africa, Italian East Africa, the Balkans, and Russia. In June 1940, when Italy entered World War II, Italy possessed only 70 M11/39 medium tanks in two tank battalions. L3 tankettes were found in all three Italian armored divisions, the tank battalions in the motorized divisions, the light tank squadron group in each Celere ("Fast" or "Rapid") division, and numerous independent tank battalions.
Between 2000 to 2500 L3 tankettes were built in different models and variants. 20 L3/33 tankettes were sold to China. Other L3s tankettes were sold to Afghanistan, Albania, Austria, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Greece, Hungary, Iraq, and Nationalist Spain. Captured L3 tankettes were also used by the Greek Army during the Greco-Italian War (1940-41). After the invasion of Yugoslavia (1941) and Greece (1941), L3 tankettes were also captured by the Yugoslav and Greek resistance forces. From 1941, some L3 tankettes were given to the German puppet government of the Axis state of Croatia.
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