List of historical equipment of the Greek armed forces

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List of former equipment of the Hellenic armed forces from 1821 until after 1945.

Offensive weapons[]

Greek war of independence (1821–1829) and after (1830-1911)[]

Edged weapons

Pistols and revolvers

Rifles and muskets

Grenades

Other vehicles

Ships

Submarines

Balkan wars (1912-1913) and World war I (1917-1918)[]

Edged weapons

Pistols and revolvers

Rifles

Mannlicher–Schönauer rifles on the Averof Cruiser

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Artillery

De Bange 155mm L M1877 siege cannon at the war museum of Athens in Greece
Gruson 5.3cm L/24 fahrpanzer (cannon turret) at the war museum of Athens in Greece

Other vehicles

Ships

Submarines

Aircraft

Russian civil war (1919) and Greco-Turkish war (1919–1922)[]

Edged weapons

Pistols and revolvers

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Artillery

Other vehicles

Ships

Aircraft

Interwar (1923-1939) and World war II (1940-1945)[]

Edged weapons

Pistols and revolvers

Submachine guns

Rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Special weapons

Artillery

Schneider 85mm M1927 field cannon at the war museum of Athens in Greece
Schneider 105mm M1919/24 mountain cannon at the war museum of Athens in Greece
Skoda 100mm M1914/19 field howitzer at the war museum of Athens in Greece

Other vehicles

Self-propelled artillery

Armoured cars and trucks

Tanks

Ships

Submarines

Aircraft

Post-World war II (1946 and after)[]

Note that this equipment is mainly retired.

Edged weapons

Pistols and revolvers

Submachine guns

Automatic rifles

Rifles

Scoped rifles

Light machine guns

Medium machine guns

Heavy machine guns

Grenades

Mortars

Anti-tank weapons

Anti-aircraft weapons

Drones

Other vehicles

Armoured cars and trucks

Self-propelled artillery

Tanks

Ships

Submarines

Aircraft

Defensive weapons[]

Gallery[]

See also[]

References[]

  1. ^ Skartsis, p. 205.
  2. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 225.
  3. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 220.
  4. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 222.
  5. ^ Skartsis, p. 281.
  6. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 304.
  7. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 307.
  8. ^ Skartsis, p. 306.
  9. ^ Skartsis, p. 273.
  10. ^ Skartsis, p. 274.
  11. ^ a b c d Skartsis, p. 221.
  12. ^ Kosar, Franz, A pocket history of artillery: Light fieldguns, Allen Lane, London 1974, ISBN 0711004854
  13. ^ Kosar, Franz, A pocket history of artillery: Light fieldguns, Allen Lane, London 1974, ISBN 0711004854
  14. ^ a b c d Skartsis, p. 258.
  15. ^ Skartsis, p. 223.
  16. ^ Skartsis, p. 231.
  17. ^ a b c Skartsis, p. 224.
  18. ^ Kosar, Franz, A pocket history of artillery: Light fieldguns, Allen Lane, London 1974, ISBN 0711004854
  19. ^ Skartsis, p. 124.
  20. ^ Skartsis, p. 285.
  21. ^ Skartsis, p. 294.
  22. ^ Skartsis, p. 257.
  23. ^ Skartsis, p. 255.
  24. ^ a b c d Skartsis, p. 241.
  25. ^ a b c d Skartsis, p. 214.
  26. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 210.
  27. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 219.
  28. ^ Skartsis, p. 213.
  29. ^ Skartsis, p. 218.
  30. ^ Skartsis, p. 212.
  31. ^ Skartsis, p. 250.
  32. ^ Skartsis, p. 248.
  33. ^ a b c Skartsis, p. 122.
  34. ^ a b c Skartsis, p. 279.
  35. ^ Skartsis, p. 267.
  36. ^ Skartsis, p. 268.
  37. ^ a b c Skartsis, p. 278.
  38. ^ Skartsis, p. 215.
  39. ^ a b c d Skartsis, p. 288.
  40. ^ Skartsis, p. 289.
  41. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 291.
  42. ^ a b Skartsis, p. 286.
  43. ^ Skartsis, p. 300.

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