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American troops with Renault FT-17 tanks. September 26, 1918.

American troops with Renault FT-17 tanks. September 26, 1918.

World War I in Photos: Technology - Holt gas-electric tank - the first American tank in 1917. The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design.

World War I in Photos: Technology

World War I in Photos: Technology - Holt gas-electric tank - the first American tank in 1917. The Holt did not get beyond the prototype stage, proving too heavy and inefficient in design.

Known as the Mosquito. One of the most successful of all World War 1 tanks and probably the most popular and versatile light tank in history was the Renault FT 17 (rear view)

Known as the Mosquito. One of the most successful of all World War 1 tanks and probably the most popular and versatile light tank in history was the Renault FT 17 (rear view)

In the trenches, WWI. (Side note: looks like a captured German helmet on the bottom right corner)

In the trenches, WWI. (Side note: looks like a captured German helmet on the bottom right corner)

The 39th Tomsk Russian Infantry Regiment

The 39th Tomsk Russian Infantry Regiment

World War I, American soldiers of the 167th Infantry during the fighting at Seringes, U.S. Signal Corps photograph, 1918

World War I, American Soldiers

World War I, American soldiers of the 167th Infantry during the fighting at Seringes, U.S. Signal Corps photograph, 1918

M5 Stuart of 70th Tank Battalion, D Company, knocked out by an anti-tank weapon, Shortly after D-Day, June, 1944 #worldwar2 #tanks

M5 Stuart of 70th Tank Battalion, D Company, knocked out by an anti-tank weapon, Shortly after D-Day, June, 1944 #worldwar2 #tanks

World War I, French Renault tanks moving to the front, 1917

World War I, French Renault Tanks

World War I, French Renault tanks moving to the front, 1917

British artillery in action, WWI.

British artillery in action, WWI.

French light tank Renault FT 17 Belfort this is probably one of the artillary versions

French light tank Renault FT 17 Belfort this is probably one of the artillary versions

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