Renault FT crew members pose for a photo in the 1920s.
Armament: One 37mm cannon or one colt 7.62mm machine-gun. Armor: 17mm. Crew: 2. Dimensions: Length-5m; Width-1.9m; Height-2.3m. Weight: 6.4 tons. Power Plant: Budha HU modified 4-cylinder water cooled 42hp. Speed: 5.5mph. Range: 30 miles (on road).
Renault FT, Spanish Civil War.
Aug 29 1918 US hotographer takes this photo, IWM Q 69945, of a French Renault FT-17 tanks moving to the support of French troops at Valpries Farm near Juvigny August 29 1918-08-29
Renault FT in Polish service.
T-75 BS, a Renault FT close-support vehicle, stationed at Goulmima, Morocco, circa 1930.
French Renault FT tanks in American service, showing the armored doctrine of the time, consisting of the tanks slowly advancing in order to take fire positions to attack machine guns and enemy strong points, with the infantry right behind the tanks and using them as cover.
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.