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American crew of a FT-17 light tank, northwest of Verdun, France, 1918FT-17 light tank crossing a trench near Saint Michel, France, 1914-1918
American crew of a FT-17 light tank, northwest of Verdun, France, 1918FT-17 light tank crossing a trench near Saint Michel, France, 1914-1918
American troops with FT-17 light tanks moving toward the Argonne Forest, France, 26 Sep 1918FT-17 light tanks of the Polish 2nd Tank Regiment preparing for Battle of Daugavpils of the Polish-Soviet War, Latvia, 1919-1920
American troops with FT-17 light tanks moving toward the Argonne Forest, France, 26 Sep 1918FT-17 light tanks of the Polish 2nd Tank Regiment preparing for Battle of Daugavpils of the Polish-Soviet War, Latvia, 1919-1920
Japanese FT-17 tank in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931Japanese Army FT light tank, date unknown
Japanese FT-17 tank in northeastern China, circa Sep-Oct 1931Japanese Army FT light tank, date unknown
Japanese Army Type 89 I-Go medium tanks and FT-17 light tanks, date unknownJapanese FT-17 tanks with additional equipment, date unknown
Japanese Army Type 89 I-Go medium tanks and FT-17 light tanks, date unknownJapanese FT-17 tanks with additional equipment, date unknown
Japanese tank crew with FT tanks, date unknownFT-17, Panzer I Ausf. A, T-26, and Vickers 6-ton Type B tanks, captured in China, on display at Hanshin Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan, Feb 1939
Japanese tank crew with FT tanks, date unknownFT-17, Panzer I Ausf. A, T-26, and Vickers 6-ton Type B tanks, captured in China, on display at Hanshin Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan, Feb 1939
Japanese troops on top of a FT light tank, date unknown
Japanese troops on top of a FT light tank, date unknown
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