Abandoned H35 light tank on the side of a road, France, May 1940French troops and H35 tanks advancing through a damaged village during the invasion of France, 25 May 1940.German field camp in Yugoslavia, 1941; note French-built Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanksGerman Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanks in a Yugoslavian forest, 1941
Abandoned H35 light tank on the side of a road, France, May 1940French troops and H35 tanks advancing through a damaged village during the invasion of France, 25 May 1940.German field camp in Yugoslavia, 1941; note French-built Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanksGerman Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanks in a Yugoslavian forest, 1941
German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanks in Yugoslavia, 1941German parade of captured French AMC 35 S medium tanks and H35 light tanks, Paris, France, 1941Close-up of the rear of the turret of a German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank, Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942Damaged German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank in the Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942
German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanks in Yugoslavia, 1941German parade of captured French AMC 35 S medium tanks and H35 light tanks, Paris, France, 1941Close-up of the rear of the turret of a German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank, Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942Damaged German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank in the Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942
German infantry riding on a Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank in the Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank being used to remove trees in a Balkan forest, 1941-1942 photo 1 of 2German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank being used to remove trees in a Balkan forest, 1941-1942 photo 2 of 2German troops recovering a Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank that had fallen into a stream, Yugoslavia, 1941-1942, photo 1 of 2
German infantry riding on a Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank in the Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank being used to remove trees in a Balkan forest, 1941-1942 photo 1 of 2German Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank being used to remove trees in a Balkan forest, 1941-1942 photo 2 of 2German troops recovering a Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank that had fallen into a stream, Yugoslavia, 1941-1942, photo 1 of 2
German troops recovering a Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank that had fallen into a stream, Yugoslavia, 1941-1942, photo 2 of 2German troops recovering damaged Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanks on the Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942German Panzerkampfwagen 35H 734(f) light tank in Split, Croatia, Sep 1943German soldier climbing aboard a captured French H39 tank during an exercise, early 1944
German troops recovering a Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tank that had fallen into a stream, Yugoslavia, 1941-1942, photo 2 of 2German troops recovering damaged Panzerkampfwagen 39H 735(f) tanks on the Balkan Peninsula, 1941-1942German Panzerkampfwagen 35H 734(f) light tank in Split, Croatia, Sep 1943German soldier climbing aboard a captured French H39 tank during an exercise, early 1944
Rommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 1 of 4; note Marder I tank destroyer converted from a French Hotchkiss H35 tankRommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 2 of 4; note captured French tanks pressed into service
Rommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 1 of 4; note Marder I tank destroyer converted from a French Hotchkiss H35 tankRommel inspecting the German 21st Panzer Division, Normandy, France, 30 May 1944, photo 2 of 4; note captured French tanks pressed into service
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