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

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

The Renault FT 17 was the only ww1 tank being able to operate on messy terrain.

The Renault FT 17 was the only ww1 tank being able to operate on messy terrain.

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ШУШПАНЦЕРЫ АТАКУЮТ!

Military Life - World War I, WWI {} African-American Soldiers {} Colored Troops from the United States at rifle practice behind the lines in France.

Military Life - World War I, WWI {} African-American Soldiers {} Colored Troops from the United States at rifle practice behind the lines in France.

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

World War I, French Renault Tanks Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

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

Renault R35 French Army (WW2) 23e Battaillon de Chard de Combat France 1940

Renault R35 French Army (WW2) 23e Battaillon de Chard de Combat France 1940

It's likely that nothing will ever come close to the breakthroughs and sheer mass of new technologies and tactics produced during The Great War, just 100 years ago.

Indispensable Vehicles That Got Their Start in WWI

It's likely that nothing will ever come close to the breakthroughs and sheer mass of new technologies and tactics produced during The Great War, just 100 years ago.

French soldiers in the tank “Renault FT-17” in the winter woods.

French soldiers in the tank “Renault FT-17” in the winter woods.

World War I in Photos: Technology - The Atlantic

World War I in Photos: Technology

World War I in Photos: Technology - The Atlantic

A German soldier inspects an abandoned French AMC-35 medium Cavalry tank, one of the few to see service with the French Army in the last days of the German offensive of 1940. Besides the 40 something that fought under the French flag, around a dozen were sold to Belgium of which 8 equipped an Armoured Car Squadron.

A German soldier inspects an abandoned French AMC-35 medium Cavalry tank, one of the few to see service with the French Army in the last days of the German offensive of 1940. Besides the 40 something that fought under the French flag, around a dozen were sold to Belgium of which 8 equipped an Armoured Car Squadron.

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