Panzer I light tanks on display, B├╝ckeburg, Germany, 4 Oct 193515-cm sIG 33 close infantry support gun mounted on Panzer I chassis, circa mid-1930sJapanese troops with a captured German-built Chinese Army Panzer I tank, possibly near Nanjing, China, 9 Dec 1937Chinese Panzer I Ausf. A light tanks captured by the Japanese, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937
Panzer I light tanks on display, B├╝ckeburg, Germany, 4 Oct 193515-cm sIG 33 close infantry support gun mounted on Panzer I chassis, circa mid-1930sJapanese troops with a captured German-built Chinese Army Panzer I tank, possibly near Nanjing, China, 9 Dec 1937Chinese Panzer I Ausf. A light tanks captured by the Japanese, Nanjing, China, Dec 1937
Japanese troops posing with a captured Chinese Panzer I Ausf A tank, Nanjing, mid-Dec 1937Partially sabotaged Chinese Panzer I Ausf A tanks at the port of Nanjing, China, mid-Dec 1937Captured German-built Chinese Army Panzer I tank being paraded by Japanese troops, date unknownJapanese officer standing in front of a captured German-built Chinese Army Panzer I tank, date unknown
Japanese troops posing with a captured Chinese Panzer I Ausf A tank, Nanjing, mid-Dec 1937Partially sabotaged Chinese Panzer I Ausf A tanks at the port of Nanjing, China, mid-Dec 1937Captured German-built Chinese Army Panzer I tank being paraded by Japanese troops, date unknownJapanese officer standing in front of a captured German-built Chinese Army Panzer I tank, date unknown
This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 1 of 2This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 2 of 2Captured Chinese Panzer I Ausf A tanks on display in Tokyo, Japan, 8-15 Jan 1939FT-17, Panzer I Ausf. A, T-26, and Vickers 6-ton Type B tanks, captured in China, on display at Hanshin Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan, Feb 1939
This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 1 of 2This particular Panzer I Ausf. A light tank covered a Chinese retreat in Nanjing, China for many hours on 12 Dec 1937 before being captured by the Japanese, photo 2 of 2Captured Chinese Panzer I Ausf A tanks on display in Tokyo, Japan, 8-15 Jan 1939FT-17, Panzer I Ausf. A, T-26, and Vickers 6-ton Type B tanks, captured in China, on display at Hanshin Koshien Stadium in Nishinomiya, Japan, Feb 1939
German Panzer I, Panzer II, and SdKfz. 251 vehicles in Poland, circa 3 Sep 1939; the officer in the SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle might be Heinz GuderianPanzer I (foreground) and Panzer II (background) tanks of SS-Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division crossing the Bzura River in Poland, Sep 1939German Panzer II and Panzer I light tanks in Horsens, Denmark, Apr 1940Panzer I light tank in Norway, Apr 1940
German Panzer I, Panzer II, and SdKfz. 251 vehicles in Poland, circa 3 Sep 1939; the officer in the SdKfz. 251 halftrack vehicle might be Heinz GuderianPanzer I (foreground) and Panzer II (background) tanks of SS-Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler Division crossing the Bzura River in Poland, Sep 1939German Panzer II and Panzer I light tanks in Horsens, Denmark, Apr 1940Panzer I light tank in Norway, Apr 1940
British prisoners of war in Calais, France, May 1940; note Panzer I light tank in foregroundPanzer I Ausf. A light tank, date unknownGerman Panzer I tank on parade through Paris, France, Aug 1942; note Field Marshal Rundstedt in backgroundPanzer I Ausf. A light tank on display at the Panzermuseum (German Tank Museum), Munster, Germany, 7 Aug 2005
British prisoners of war in Calais, France, May 1940; note Panzer I light tank in foregroundPanzer I Ausf. A light tank, date unknownGerman Panzer I tank on parade through Paris, France, Aug 1942; note Field Marshal Rundstedt in backgroundPanzer I Ausf. A light tank on display at the Panzermuseum (German Tank Museum), Munster, Germany, 7 Aug 2005
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