TAC 43 Reşiţa 75mm gun (x2)
with two TAC 43 Reşiţa 75mm guns with crew and Command Rifle team.
In 1944 each division’s artillery had a battery of anti-tank guns equipped with TAC 43 Reşiţa 75mm anti-tank guns.
Skoda 100mm Howitzer (x2)
with two Skoda 100mm howitzers, two sets of Gun crew & two Large bases.
After the losses during the Stalingrad campaign the infantry divisions’ artillery was reduced to two two-battalion regiments in 1944. The Romanians re-equipped the Artillery Regiments with 100mm howitzers, but large numbers of 75mm guns remained in service in 1944. Initially plans also included 150mm guns for the divisions, but these larger weapons remained in independent units at corps level and were never issued to the divisions.
Schneider 105mm M36 gun (x2)
includes two Schneider 105mm M36 guns with crew & two Large bases.
The Schneider 105mm M36 gun and the Skoda 150mm M34 howitzer were the most modern artillery pieces in the Romanian Army’s arsenal during the Second World War.
Skoda 150mm M34 gun (x2)
includes two Skoda 150mm M34 guns with crew & two large bases.
The Skoda 150mm M34 howitzer and the Schneider 105mm M36 gun were the most modern artillery pieces in the Romanian Army’s arsenal during the Second World War. Each Romanian corps had an independent motorised heavy artillery battalion and were made up of 105mm Schneider model 1936 guns and 150mm Skoda model 1934 howitzers.These were comparable in terms of firepower and mobility with German regiments.