The grave of a former Renault-tank driver in WW1, in the cemetery of Montfort-l’Amaury.
Renault FT crew on exercise – Colorized By Amazing–Ace
Bogged down Renault FT, Netherlands.
Finnish Renault FT, colorized.
The initial batch of 150 Renault FT, called Char d’Instruction, were for testing and training only.
A small sign located on the front of the nose read, “Non Protégé”
which translates in English to “Not Protected” meant to indicate that
the vehicle should only be used for demonstration.
Ko Gata Sensha
In 1919 Japan purchased 22 Renault FT tanks from France, which were
imported in 1920. This vehicle has been re-armed with a Japanese
Sogekiho 37mm Infantry Gun.
Ko Gata Sensha (first kind of tank)
In 1919 Japan purchased 22 Renault FT’s tanks from France, which were imported in 1920.
Renault FT of the Spanish company of infantry tanks at a halt. Northern Morocco, 1925. radio tank with a Spanish flag is in middle.
Apr 1 1918 “Tanks arrive at Camp Merritt … for Victory Loan Drive. Twenty tanks of American design arrive at Camp Merritt to receive coat of camouflage before starting for New York to participate in opening parade of Victory Loan” on Apr 12 1918.
National Archives Identifier:45508565