BT-2 machine gun tank in exercise, circa early- or mid-1930sBT-2 tank with 35mm gun at rest, circa 1930s; note Polikarpov R-5 reconnaissance aircraft in backgroundSoviet BT-5 tank crew surrendering to Japanese troops, Mongolia Area, China, 1939Soviet BT-7 tank and troops near the Khalkhin Gol river, Mongolia Area, China, Aug 1939
BT-2 machine gun tank in exercise, circa early- or mid-1930sBT-2 tank with 35mm gun at rest, circa 1930s; note Polikarpov R-5 reconnaissance aircraft in backgroundSoviet BT-5 tank crew surrendering to Japanese troops, Mongolia Area, China, 1939Soviet BT-7 tank and troops near the Khalkhin Gol river, Mongolia Area, China, Aug 1939
Soviet BT-7 tank crossing a shallow portion of the Khalkhin Gol river, Mongolia Area, China, Aug 1939Russian BT-5 tank in Finland during the Winter War, 1939-1940Soviet BT-5 tank captured by the Finnish Army, near Lemetti, Finland, 1940German soldiers inspecting a destroyed Russian BT-5 tank, Jul 1941
Soviet BT-7 tank crossing a shallow portion of the Khalkhin Gol river, Mongolia Area, China, Aug 1939Russian BT-5 tank in Finland during the Winter War, 1939-1940Soviet BT-5 tank captured by the Finnish Army, near Lemetti, Finland, 1940German soldiers inspecting a destroyed Russian BT-5 tank, Jul 1941
Russian tanks A-8 (BT-7M), A-20, T-34 Model 1940, and T-34 Model 1941, date unknownCivilian with damaged BT-7 tanks, date unknownFinnish Army BT-43 prototype armored personnel carrier, date unknownDamaged Finnish BT-42 self-propelled gun, 1944
Russian tanks A-8 (BT-7M), A-20, T-34 Model 1940, and T-34 Model 1941, date unknownCivilian with damaged BT-7 tanks, date unknownFinnish Army BT-43 prototype armored personnel carrier, date unknownDamaged Finnish BT-42 self-propelled gun, 1944
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