Czechoslovakian firm Skoda had been following the developments of the US Christie Tanks through out the 1920’s and 1925 they built two prototypes of a light tank which could run on either tracks or wheels designated the KH50.
The vehicle had a small one man turret mounting a 37mm Main Gun on top of a riveted constructed hull, which had a sloped front. The vehicle was not adopted by the former Czech Army and failed to enter serial production.
The Czechoslovakian KH50 Wheel and Track Tank Spec’s
Armament: 37mm Main Gun or 7.92mm MG
Armour: 13mm (max)
Weight: 7.38 tonne
Top Road Speed: 13km/h (on tracks) or 35km/h on road wheels
Operational Range: 300km
Dimensions: Length 4.5m / Width 2.31m / Height 2.39m
Engine: Tatra 4-cylinder 50bhp petrol