The Fiat M14/41 was an improved version of the M13/40. Approximately 752 units were built between 1941 and 1942 and used in the Tunisian campaign.
The Breda Model 35 was an anti-aircraft gun used by Italy during World War II. It was an effective weapon developed in 1932 and used extensively in the war.
The Cannone da 75/46 C.A. modello 34 was an anti-aircraft gun produced by Italy. It was introduced in 1934 and was a reliable, and efficient weapon.
The Campini Caproni N1 jet, also known as the Campini Caproni CC2, was the first jet to come out of Italy. It was the world’s second jet plane.
A listing of RSI armored vehicles and tanks utilized by the various armed forces of the Repubblica Sociale Italiana between 1943-1945.
The Fiat CR.32 biplane fighter performed exceptionally well during the Spanish Civil War. However, it was outmatched after Italy entered World War Two.
The Fiat G.50 Freccia was the first single-seat monoplane fighter designed and built in Italy in 1937. It was obsolete by the time World War Two started.
Many aviation experts consider the FIAT G.55 Centauro as the best single seat fighter of the Italian air force in World War Two. See its history and specs.
The Fiat CR.25 was built in 1937. It served well in many multi-role functions such as long-range fighter, reconnaisance, light bomber, and passenger cargo.
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