4.0 cm PAK 154 (b) (ex british 2 pounders used by the Belgian Army)
The only other mention I have seen of the 2 pdr in Belgian use is this:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ordnance_Q ... at_Service
The (2 pdr) gun first saw combat during the German invasion of the Low Countries, with the Belgian Army
I have not seen any mention of a 2pdr AT gun in the TOE for Belgian units in May 1940. Given that fact and given the quality and numbers of the Con de 47 antichars SA-FRC, 47mm AT gun, available in May 1940 it seems unlikely that any 2pdrs were purchased prior to May 10th 1940. Is this correct?
However given the existence of the 4.0 cm PAK 154 (b) designation there seems to be evidence for the use of the 2 pdr by the Belgians:
Were any British 2 pdrs handed over to Belgian units during the 18 day campaign?
If so, by what British unit, to which Belgian units, when, where and in what numbers?
Any references available to the Belgian purchase or use of 2 pdrs?
Any photos of 2pdrs in Belgian use?
Any help will be much appreciated