Škoda Works

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The Škoda Works (Škodovy závody) was one of the largest European industrial conglomerates of the 20th century, founded by Czech engineer Emil Škoda in 1859 in Plzeň, then in the Kingdom of Bohemia, Austrian Empire.wikipedia
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Škoda Auto

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It is the predecessor of today's Škoda Auto, Doosan Škoda Power and Škoda Transportation companies.
In 1925 Laurin & Klement was acquired by the industrial conglomerate Škoda Works, which itself became state owned in 1948.

Škoda Transportation

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It is the predecessor of today's Škoda Auto, Doosan Škoda Power and Škoda Transportation companies.
Škoda Transportation a.s. is a Czech engineering company that continues the legacy of Škoda Works' rolling stock manufacturing that started at the end of 19th century in Pilsen.

Plzeň

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The Škoda Works (Škodovy závody) was one of the largest European industrial conglomerates of the 20th century, founded by Czech engineer Emil Škoda in 1859 in Plzeň, then in the Kingdom of Bohemia, Austrian Empire.
In 1869 Emil Škoda started up the Škoda Works, which became the most important and influential engineering company in the country and a crucial supplier of arms to the Austro-Hungarian Army.

Emil Škoda

The Škoda Works (Škodovy závody) was one of the largest European industrial conglomerates of the 20th century, founded by Czech engineer Emil Škoda in 1859 in Plzeň, then in the Kingdom of Bohemia, Austrian Empire.
Emil Ritter von Škoda (18 November 1839 – 8 August 1900) was a Czech engineer and industrialist, founder of Škoda Works, the predecessor of today's Škoda Auto and Škoda Transportation.

Hetzer

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In July 1944 Škoda started production of the Jagdpanzer 38(t).
The Škoda factory for a very short period confused the two names in its documentation and the very first unit equipped with the vehicle thus for a few weeks applied the incorrect name until matters were clarified.

Skoda 100 mm Model 16/19

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The Škoda 100 mm Model 16/19 (100 mm M.16/19) was a mountain howitzer modified by Škoda Works from the design of the M.16, and its most notable difference was the longer barrel.

3,7cm ÚV vz. 38

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38 (útočná vozba), manufacturer's designation Škoda A7''', was a 37 mm tank gun designed by the Skoda Works in Czechoslovakia prior to World War II.

Skoda 75 mm Model 1928

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The Skoda 75 mm Model 1928 (75 mm M.28) was a mountain gun manufactured by Skoda Works and exported to Yugoslavia.

Skoda 150 mm Model 1918

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The Skoda 150 mm Model 1918 was a heavy mountain howitzer, manufactured by Skoda Works.

3,7cm KPÚV vz. 34

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34 (kanón proti útočné vozbě) (designated 3,7 cm PaK 34(t)''' in German service) was an anti-tank gun produced by the Škoda Works in Czechoslovakia.

Skoda 75 mm Model 1939

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The Skoda 75 mm Model 1939 (75 mm M.39) was a mountain gun manufactured in by Skoda Works and exported in small numbers to Romania and Iran.

Škoda 7 cm K10

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The Škoda 7 cm K10 was developed and built by Škoda at the Pilsen works.

3,7cm KPÚV vz. 37

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37''' (kanón proti útočné vozbě) was an anti-tank gun produced by the Škoda Works that saw service in World War II.

Panzer 35(t)

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Prior to World War II Škoda produced LT-35 tanks, which are better known under their German designation Panzer 35(t).
The total order for 298 tanks was split equally by Škoda Works and ČKD according to their cartel agreement.

Skoda 75 mm Model 1936

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The Skoda 75 mm Model 1936 (75 mm M.36) was a mountain gun manufactured by Skoda Works, in Czechoslovakia, and a variant was produced in Soviet Union (as the 76 mm mountain gun M1938).

Skoda 14 cm/56 naval gun

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The Skoda 14 cm/56 naval gun was built by the Škoda Works for export during the 1930s.

Skoda 105 mm Model 1939

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The Skoda 105 mm Model 1939 (105 mm M.39) was a mountain gun, manufactured by Skoda Works as a companion piece for the 75 mm M.39.

Skoda 305 mm Model 1911

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The Škoda 30.5 cm Mörser M.11 was a siege howitzer produced by Škoda Works and used by the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I and by Nazi Germany in World War II.

Škoda 10 cm K10

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The origins of the Škoda 10 cm K10 began with the earlier K07 developed in 1907 at the Škoda works in Pilsen.

Škoda 7.5 cm d/29 Model 1911

The Škoda 7.5 cm Model 1911 was developed and built by Škoda at the Pilsen works.

Doosan Škoda Power

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It is the predecessor of today's Škoda Auto, Doosan Škoda Power and Škoda Transportation companies.

First Czechoslovak Republic

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Following the emergence of the Czechoslovak Republic in 1918, in the complex economic conditions of post-war Europe the company was transformed from what was exclusively an arms manufacturer into a multi-sector concern.
It had inherited 70 to 80% of all the industry of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, including the porcelain and glass industries and the sugar refineries; more than 40% of all its distilleries and breweries; the Škoda Works of Pilsen (Plzeň), which produced armaments, locomotives, automobiles, and machinery; and the chemical industry of northern Bohemia.

Škoda 10 cm vz. 38 howitzer

38 was developed and built by Škoda at the Pilsen works.

21 cm Kanone 39

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It was designed by Škoda as a dual-purpose heavy field and coast defence gun in the late 1930s for Turkey with the designation of K52.