Dutch East Indies Artillery
KNIL artillery were formed into field battalions containing Krupp 75mm guns with larger Bofors 105mm howitzers formed into a single heavy battery. Mountain batteries were equipped with 75mm Bofors mountain guns. Anti-aircraft units were equipped with 20mm Rheinmetall and 40mm Bofors guns with heavy browning machine guns issued to infantry units. The KNIL had the same 47mm anti-tank gun that was used by the Dutch army back in Europe and also used the lighter 20mm Solothurn.