Renault FT No. 66270 named “Hargneuse III” captured during the German advance to the Marne and attached to Abteilung 14. Spring, 1918
Rudolph Ernst-Metzmaier with the full-scale wooden mockup of the Renault FT.
The only Renault FT bought by Sweden. Nicknamed “Putte”
Men from the Württemberg Gebirgs-Bataillon
walk around a captured French Renault FT light tank with the riveted
plate polygonal turret which could accommodate Hotchkiss machine-gun or
the Puteaux 37mm gun.
Renault FT crew
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.