Denmark, AB Landsverk PV Lynx
The colours are largely guesswork, but the camouflage pattern is not.
The Lynx was the first operational armoured vehicle in the Danish army. Originally they intended to buy 18, but a lack of funds saw the first order reduced to just three vehicles in ~1938. Another three was ordered in 1939 and finally the last 12 vehicles was ordered in 1940. The German invasion meant that only six vehicles were delivered. The rest was taken over by the Swedish. The Danish army was reimbursed via check.
When the Danish military was disbanded in 1943 the vehicles were taken over by German police units and saw service in Eastern Europe and Norway. Their fate is unknown.
Armament consisted of one 20mm Madsen machine cannon and three 8mm Madsen machine guns, one at each end and one coaxially in the turret.
Crew was six, Commander, turret gunner, front driver, front gunner, rear driver and rear gunner.
“Close” only counts with horseshoes, hand grenades, and tactical nuclear weapons.
That which does not kill me has made a grave tactical error
Source Materiel is always welcome.