1st Armored Regiment (Polish), in France in 1940.
Two Renault FT light tanks.
Polish tankers, France 1940.
Uhlans from the 1st Regiment of Greater Poland, inspecting Renault FT tanks, Bobruysk, August 1919.
Renault FT with the Royal army of Yugoslavia.
Renault FT — at Muzeum Polskiej Techniki Wojskowej.
Soviet troops beside Renault FT, 1987, Kabul.
Renault FT crews in Greece 1919.
German armored personnel carrier among the ruins of the fortress in Sevastopol. August 1942 armoured vehicle Dump near Kabul, Afghanistan. Here you can find not only Soviet tanks and armored personnel carriers of the Afghan war of 1979-1989, but also a lot of other, often rare military equipment. There are even ancient French tanks “Renault” FT-17, in the 1920s in different ways got into the country. After the expulsion of the Taliban, the Americans and the French took out several of these machines for restoration and now they are presented in museums in these countries. In 2012, a Polish Renault tank was even found, captured by the red army during the 1920 Soviet-Polish war, and handed over to friendly Afghanistan in 1923…
French Renault FT tanks passing through the village of Audignicourt on their way to the front line, May-June 1918.