ZB vz. 26: Czechoslovak soldier with a light machine gun in the trench

ZB vz. 26

ZB vz. 26: Czechoslovak soldier with a light machine gun in the trench during army exercises before the outbreak of World War II in Europe.
Lehký kulomet vz. 26, ZB-26, ZB-30 – a machine gun developed by the Czech designer-gunsmith Vaclav Holek in 1924-1926 under the German cartridge 7.92×57 mm. In 1926, the ZB-26 was adopted by the army of Czechoslovakia and exported to 24 countries.




Location: Czechoslovakia
Photo Time: 1938
Photo by: John Phillips

In : 1938

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