OverviewThe 39M Csaba is a Hungarian armoured car designed in the 1930s and put in service in 1939 till the end of the war. 'Csaba' is a Hungarian name, the name was chosen as it is one of the names of Attila the Hun's sons.
The Csaba underwent trials in 1939, which it passed. The Hungarian Army placed an order for 61, and another order for 40 was placed in 1940. Of the 101 in service, only 20 were used as fighting vehicles, the remainder served as command cars or reconnaissance vehicles.
|Hungarian Land Vehicles of WWII - Tracked|
|Light Tanks||Standard Light Tanks||35M Tankette • 38M Toldi I • 41M Toldi II • 42M Toldi IIa • 43M Toldi III • Straussler V-3 • Straussler V-4|
|Medium Tanks||Standard Medium Tanks||40M Turán I • 41M Turán II • 43M Turán III • 44M Tas|
|Self-Propelled Guns||Self-Propelled Anti-Aircraft Guns||40M Nimród|
|Tank Destroyers||44M Zrínyi I • Tas Rohamlöveg • Toldi Páncélvadász|
|Self-Propelled Gun / Assault Gun||40/43M Zrínyi II|
|Other Fully Tracked Vehicles||Medical||Lehel S • Toldi Orvosi|
|Transport & Towing||Lehel A|
|Hungarian Land Vehicles of WWII - Halftracks|
|Transport & Towing||37M|
|Hungarian Land Vehicles of WWII - Wheeled|
|Armoured / Scout / Patrol Cars||39M Csaba|
|Command Vehicles||40M Csaba|
|Transport & Towing||38M Botond|