With the German occupation of Czechoslovakia during the war, Germany found the Czechoslovak Škoda S-Iic medium tank prototypes, which had been developed during the 1930’s, but never finished. During the Early years of the occupation, it was finished and designated the T-21, which was then further developed in to the T-22.
The T-22 prototypes were supplied to Hungary by Germany, who added additional frontal armour and a new gun. Around 300 were built from 1941 onwards. It fought on the Russian front and proved no match for the Russian Heavy Tanks.
The Hungarian Turan I Medium Tank Spec’s
Armament: 1x 40mm Main Gun and 2x 8mm MG
Armour: 14 – 50mm thick
Dimensions: Length 5.68m / Width 2.54m / Height 2.33m
Weight: 17.9 tonnes
Engine: Weiss V8 petrol 260bhp