32 items in this album on 2 pages.

Russian tanker surrendering his T-26 light tank, Aug 1941Russian T-26 light tank in Tabriz, Persia, Sep 1941Soviet T-26 tanks in a Russian village, 10 Oct 1941Soviet T-26 tank and troops fighting in Rostov, Russia, Nov 1941
Russian tanker surrendering his T-26 light tank, Aug 1941Russian T-26 light tank in Tabriz, Persia, Sep 1941Soviet T-26 tanks in a Russian village, 10 Oct 1941Soviet T-26 tank and troops fighting in Rostov, Russia, Nov 1941
A column of Soviet T-26 tanks (model 1938-1939 and model 1933) moving up toward the front lines for the Battle of Moscow, Dec 1941.Soviet troops advancing on skis, near Moscow, Russia, Dec 1941T-26 light tank near Moscow, Russia, late 1941T-26 light tanks, Battle of Moscow, Dec 1941
A column of Soviet T-26 tanks (model 1938-1939 and model 1933) moving up toward the front lines for the Battle of Moscow, Dec 1941.Soviet troops advancing on skis, near Moscow, Russia, Dec 1941T-26 light tank near Moscow, Russia, late 1941T-26 light tanks, Battle of Moscow, Dec 1941
Soviet officers inspecting a T-26 light tank that had previously been captured by Finnish troops, date unknownSoviet troops using a T-26 Model 1933 tank for cover, near Korsun-Shevchenkovski, Ukraine, Jan-Feb 1944A destroyed T-26 tank surrounded by dead Red Army soldiers near the German-Soviet border in occupied Poland, late Jun 1941T-26 tank in Nationalist Chinese service during the Chinese Civil War, late 1940s
Soviet officers inspecting a T-26 light tank that had previously been captured by Finnish troops, date unknownSoviet troops using a T-26 Model 1933 tank for cover, near Korsun-Shevchenkovski, Ukraine, Jan-Feb 1944A destroyed T-26 tank surrounded by dead Red Army soldiers near the German-Soviet border in occupied Poland, late Jun 1941T-26 tank in Nationalist Chinese service during the Chinese Civil War, late 1940s

32 items in this album on 2 pages.

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