Matilda LVTTier 4, Medium tank★ Premium tank
In the fall of 1941, the Australian Army received 200 Matilda infantry tanks, which later saw action in Southeast Asia. The vehicle combined sturdy armor with weak armament and was supplied without HE shells. After some time, Australia set up their own production of these tanks and subsequently conducted several experiments by mounting turrets from other vehicles, including the LVT(A)-4 and LVT(A)-5, on them. The battle route and design details are unknown.