U.S. pre-WW2 Ford M1918 3-ton 2-man tank- Ford Motor.The "L3 Lf" flamethower (lancia fiamme) was another variant of the L3 tankette.
Close-up of Italian L3/35 in the Balkans, August 1943.Italian L3/35 in the Balkans, August 1943.
Kwajalein Atoll. Private First Class N. E. Carling stands beside the American M4 Sherman medium tank "Killer" on which is mounted a knocked-out Japanese Type 94 tankette / light tank.Type 94 TK tankette captured at Battle of OkinawaJapanese Type 94 tankette
Swedish Strv m/37 light tankT-27 on display in Kiev, UkraineTK-3 tankette
the german one with the cannon looks cool
Keep Low. Move Fast. First Kill. Die LastOne Shot. One Kill. No Luck. Pure Skill.
Good collection of photos. Thank you.
i diddent know they made so many during WWII tankettes, i get why japan made tankettes, but why other countries