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Skoda or Ĺ koda (meaning 'damage' or 'a pity' in Czech) may refer to:

Skoda 305 mm Model 1911

The Ĺ koda 30.5 cm MĂśrser M.11 was a siege howitzer produced by Ĺ koda Works and used by the Austro-Hungarian Army during World War I and by Nazi Germany in World War II.

Skoda 75 mm Model 15

The Skoda 7.5 cm Gebirgskanone M. 15 was a mountain gun used by Austria-Hungary in World War I. In German service, it was known as the 7.5 cm GebK 15. The Italians designated them as the Obice da 75/13 and the Wehrmacht would designate captured guns as 7.5 cm GebK 259(i) after the surrender of Italy in 1943.

Skoda K series

The Ĺ koda 149 mm K series was a line of heavy howitzer designs that served with Germany, Turkey, Romania, Slovakia, and Yugoslavia during World War II.

Skoda houfnice vz 14

Skoda houfnice vz 14 ("Howitzer model 1914") and Skoda houfnice vz 14/19 ("Howitzer model 1914/1919") were 100 mm (3.93-inch) field howitzers made in Czechoslovakia by the Skoda works.

Skoda 220 mm howitzer

The Ĺ koda 220 mm howitzer was a siege howitzer design which served with Germany, Poland, and Yugoslavia before and during World War II.

Skoda 100 mm Model 1916

The Skoda 100 mm Model 1916 (100 mm M.16) was a mountain howitzer used by Austria-Hungary during World War I.

Skoda 100 mm Model 16/19

The Ĺ koda 100 mm Model 16/19 (100 mm M.16/19) was a mountain howitzer modified by Ĺ koda Works from the design of the M.16, and its most notable difference was the longer barrel.

Ĺ koda Auto

ŠKODA AUTO (Czech pronunciation: [ˈʃkoda] (listen)), more commonly known as Škoda, is a Czech automobile manufacturer founded in 1895 as Laurin & Klement.

Skoda 75 mm Model 1936

The Skoda 75 mm Model 1936 (75 mm M.36) was a mountain gun manufactured by Skoda Works, in Czechoslovakia, and a variant was produced in Soviet Union (as the 76 mm mountain gun M1938).