Interwar tanks?

  • Would you prefer interwar tanks to be added?
  • No
  • Yes, but only 1930s tanks
  • Yes, but only 1920s tanks
  • Yes, including modernized First World War tanks
  • ADD EVERYTHING
0 voters

While First World War tanks have a lot of issues if they’re going to be added, namely:

  • No one having a contemporary for the British Mk. I through Mk. III tanks
  • Would be incredibly slow-paced
  • Penetration calculator screwing over a lot of guns from that era to be made ineffectual, such as the S.A. 18

Among other issues.

However, interwar tanks, beyond the late-interwar ones we have already, operate more similarly to vehicles we already have. They would be slower and their guns would be worse, but not the point that they would hinder any gameplay. Furthermore, aside from Israel, everyone has vehicles from that era that could be added, though they can be lacking at times, such as Sweden.

What’s everyone’s opinion on them as an addition? Answer in the poll above! And below I’ll post a list of what could potentially be added from that era:

USA

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------Modernized First World War tanks------

  • Tank, Light, M1917A1
    • 1929; first prototype of a modernization of the M1917 Light with a new Franklin 67 hp engine
    • 1930 “production” models with a new Franklin 100 hp engine improving its top speed to 14.5 km/h, from 8.9 km/h, and its PWR to 11.6 kW/t, from 4.8 kW/t.

------1920s Interwar tanks------

Christie’s Tanks

  • Christie M1919 Convertible Medium; similar to M1921 Medium, rejected
  • Christie M1921 Convertible Medium; casemate version of M1919, later used as basis for planned but unbuilt Christie M1927 Convertible Medium
  • Christie M1921 Amphibious; amphibious self-propelled gun with 75-mm M1897
  • Land and Water Motor Gun Carriage (Christie) for 75-mm Gun; also known as the Christie M1922 Amphibious, Christie M1921 Amphibious with improved suspension and altered body
  • Christie M1922 Amphibious:
    • 1923; also known as the Christie M1923 Amphibious, further altered version of the Land and Water Motor Gun Carriage with additional roadwheel and protection
    • 1924; commonly mistaken as the Christie M1924 SPG, had its floatation devices and upper armour removed
  • U.S. Marine Corps Tank, G.C.2:
    • 1923; commonly mistaken as the Christie M1924 Amphibious, closed-top casemate with the suspension of the Christie M1922 Amphibious, armed with a 75-mm M1897
    • 1924; rearmed with a 37-mm M1916 and towers for the driver and commander removed

Normal Tanks

  • Car, Armored, T7 Holabird-built armoured car with a cal. .50 in a turret
  • Tank, Light, T1; original tank with hull projected in front of tracks and 37-mm M1918 gun
  • Tank, Light, T1E1; hull shortened and fuel tanks moved to exterior containers, was briefly standardized as the M1 Light in 1928 but reverted back the same year
  • Tank, Light, T1E2:
    • 1929; armour reinforced, engine improved to Cunningham 132 hp petrol engine, tracks improved, and turret altered with 37-mm T2 semi-automatic gun
    • 1932; rearmed with 37-mm M1918 gun
  • Tank, Light, T1E3; utilized hull, turret, and transmission of the T1E1 Light, but the armour thickness, engine, and gun of the T1E2 Light (1929) with a new suspension
  • Tank, Medium, M1921:
    • 1921; original 220 hp naval petrol engine, but only achieved 195 hp in practice
    • 1922; updated with Liberty L-12 338 hp petrol engine but suffered frequent breakdowns
    • 1925; updated with purpose-built Packard 200 hp petrol engine which was weaker but far more reliable
  • Tank, Medium, M1922:
    • Early 1922; identical to M1921 Medium (1921), but with a suspension copied closer to the one found on the British Medium Mk. D allowing it to achieve 26 km/h, but broke down too often
    • Late 1922; Weak cables supporting suspension replaced by chains, still frequently broke down
  • Tank, Medium, T1:
    • 1928; M1921 Medium with new tracks and slightly altered hull, otherwise identical, it was briefly standardized as the M1 Medium the same year but reverted just months after
    • 1931; rearmed with 75-mm M1920 howitzer, but reverted to the original 57-mm M1920 gun the same year
  • Tank, Medium, T1E1; T1 Medium (1928) with Liberty L-12 338 hp petrol engine

------1930s Interwar tanks------

Christie’s Tanks

  • Christie M1931 Convertible; welded, built in riveted versions as the T1 Convertible Combat Car and the T3 and T3E1 Convertible Mediums, turretless version shipped to the United Kingdom as the A13E1 and later used as basis for the Christie M1932 Convertible Airborne mockup

Normal Tanks

  • Car, Scout, T7; White Motor-built scout car with a cal. .50 machine gun
  • Car, Scout, M1; standardized T7 Scout Car with a slightly altered chassis
  • Car, Scout, M2A1; White Motor and Diebold-built scout car with a cal. .50 machine gun
  • Car, Scout, M3; M2A1 Scout Car with a slightly altered chassis
  • Car, Scout, M3A1; M3 Scout Car with an altered chassis and an Hercules JXD 110 hp petrol engine
  • Car, Armored, T4; James Cunningham-built armoured car with a cal. .50 machine gun in a turret, standardized as Car, Armored, M1
  • Car, Armored, T11; FWD-built armoured car with a cal. .50 machine gun and a cal. .30 machine gun in a turret
  • Car, Armored, T11E1; Marmon-Herrington-built version of the T11 Armored Car with a reinforced chassis
  • Car, Armored, T11E2 would be an ahistorical addition due to it never receiving armament, T11E1 Armored Car with an improved engine
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T1:
    • 1931; riveted Christie M1931 Convertible with Galls chains for Cavalry Command, identical to the T3 Convertible Medium
    • 1933; radio added
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T1E1; T1 Combat Car updated with gearbox
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T1E3; T1 Combat Car with updated American LeFrance engine, and a new clutch and drive shaft, later reverted back to a standard T1 Combat Car
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T2; self-made Knox design
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T2E1; hull shortened, but ultimately rejected
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T4; Cavalry version of the T3E2 Convertible Medium, differed in size as it was shorter, thinner armour, smaller but just as powerful engine, and less armaments
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T4E1; T4 Combat Car with new turret and larger turret ring, improved armament, used as basis for the T4 Convertible Medium and the turret of the T5E2 Combat Car
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T4E2; T4E1 Combat Car changed to a casemate with additional machine guns, used as basis for the T5E1 Combat Car and the T4E1 Convertible Medium
  • Car, Combat, T5E1; similar to T4E2 Combat Car but with suspension based off of Vickers Mk. E
  • Car, Combat, T5E2; T5 Combat Car with new hull, new suspension from the T2E1 Light, and a two-man turret based off of the T4E1 Combat Car’s, later standardized as the Car, Combat, M1; both could potentially be added as copy-paste versions with the T5E2 Combat Car representing the prototype, W.40100, though it was identical to the production models
  • Car, Combat, M1 1936; horseshoe-shaped turret replaced by octagon-shaped turret and engine compartment simplified, later redesignated into the Tank, Light, M1A1 in 1940
  • Car, Combat, T5E3; T5E2 Combat Car updated with Guiberson T-1020 220 hp diesel engine
  • Car, Combat, M1E1; M1 Combat Car (1936) updated with Guiberson T-1020 220 hp diesel engine
  • Car, Combat, M1E2; M1 Combat Car (1936) with an altered idler and rear bogey to improve stability, later reverted back to a standard M1 Combat Car
  • Car, Combat, M1A1; same improvements as the M1E2 Combat Car, but with a new polygonal hatch, later redesignated into the Tank, Light, M1A1 in 1940
  • Car, Combat, M1A1E1; M1A1 Combat Car updated with Guiberson T-1020 220 hp diesel engine, later redesignated into the Tank, Light, M1A1E1 in 1940
  • Car, Combat, M1E3; would be an ahistorical addition due to it never receiving armament, M1A1 Combat Car with rubber-metallic tracks and running gear from a halftrack
  • Car, Combat, Convertible, T7; uses the turret and an altered hull from the M1A1 Combat Car with the convertible suspension from the T2 Combat Car
  • Tank, Light, T1E4
    • Early 1932; original with Cunningham V8 110 hp petrol engine from T1E1
    • Late 1932; updated with Cunningham V8 140 hp petrol engine
  • Tank, Light, T1E5; identical to late T1E4 Light (late 1932), but with a controlled differential steering system instead of a clutch-break steering system
  • Tank, Light, T1E6; identical to late T1E4 Light (late 1932), but with a Cunningham 244 hp gasoline engine and the minimum armour increased
  • Tank, Light, T2; would be an ahistorical addition due to it never receiving armament, uses a suspension based off of the Vickers Mk. E
  • Tank, Light, T2E1; would be an ahistorical addition due to it never receiving armament, improved T2 Light with improved VVSS suspension and new tracks
  • Tank, Light, M2A1; T2E1 Light standardized for mass production, but with different turret with cupola and slightly altered hull
  • Tank, Light, T2E2; M2A1 Light with two turrets instead of one, later standardized as the Tank, Light, M2A2, both could potentially be added as copy-paste versions with the T2E2 Light representing the prototype, W.30114, though it was identical to the production models
  • Tank, Light, M2A2E1; M2A2 Light with Guiberson T-1020 250 hp diesel engine
  • Tank, Light, M2A2E2; would be an ahistorical addition due to it never receiving armament, M2A2 Light with reinforced armour and altered engine compartment
  • Tank, Light, M2A2E3; M2A2E2 Light with improved suspension and updated with GM 6-71 188 hp diesel engine
  • Tank, Light, M2A3E1:
    • Early 1938; M2A3 Light updated with a Guiberson T-1020 series 3 250 hp diesel engine
    • Late 1938; updated with a Guiberson T-1020 series 4 250 hp diesel engine
  • Tank, Light, M2A3E2; M2A3 Light updated with a Timken electric transmission, abandoned due to taking up too much space
  • Tank, Light, M2A4 prototype:
    • Early 1939; M2A3 Light s/n 231 with single turret, sponson machine gun, and altered engine compartment
    • Late 1939; cupola and additional sponson machine gun added, 37-mm gun shortened
  • Tank, Medium, T2;
    • 1930; original with T3E1 gun system in hull with a 37-mm T2 semi-automatic gun and a cal. .30 M1919 machine gun, but suffered problems from imbalance and an overpowered armament
    • Early 1931; counterweight added to turret to fix balance issues and T3E1 gun system replaced by the T1 gun system with a 37-mm M1918 gun, but was still considered too heavily armed
    • Late 1931; T1 gun system replaced by ball mount for cal. .30 M1919 machine gun, but no machine gun ever fitted in this configuration, can still be added with machine gun as an ahistorical addition due to how everything else was there
    • 1932; would be an ahistorical addition due to the every armament having been removed in this configuration, except for the hull-mounted cal. .30 M1919 which was added, also utilized new tracks similar to the British Medium Mk. IIA and had a mount for an anti-aircraft machine gun
  • Tank, Medium, Convertible, T3:; Christie tank with Galls chains
    • 1931; riveted Christie M1931 Convertible with Galls chains for Infantry Command, identical to the T1 Convertible Combat Car
    • 1932; windshields added for driver, though later removed
    • 1933; radio added
  • Tank, Medium, Convertible, T3E1:
    • Early 1932; riveted Christie M1931 Convertible with gearbox
    • Mid 1932; floor armour reinforced
    • Late 1932 windshields added for driver, though later removed
    • 1933; radio added
  • Tank, Medium, Convertible, T3E2; successor to T3E1 Convertible Medium with larger hull and turret, additional crew, additional machine guns, and improved engine
  • Tank, Medium, Convertible, T3E3; either T3E2 with controlled differential steering system or T3E2 with minor modifications
  • Tank, Medium, Convertible, T4; based off of the T4E1 Combat Car, but with many differences ranging from its hull to its very different turret, and a lesser armament, later standardized as the Tank, Medium, Convertible, M1
  • Tank, Medium, Convertible, T4E1; based off of the T4E2 Combat Car, with with a few differences
  • M2 Anti-Tank; M2A1 Light chassis with 47-mm Browning
  • Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, T1; T1E1 Cargo Carrier (turretless variant of T1E1 Light) chassis with 75-mm M1 howitzer
  • Tucker Tiger Tank; armoured car with 37-mm gun and cal. .50 machine gun in bulletproof “bubble” turret

Marmon-Herrington CTLS Tanks

  • CTL-3 Light Combat Tank prototype; prototype of CTL-3, identical to the production CTL-3 except that it is equipped with a cal. .50 machine gun

American-tested Iranian Armoured Cars

  • TH-310 ALF-1 Armored Car; Marmon-Herrington-built armored car with a cal. .50 machine gun and a cal. .30 machine gun in a turret similar to the T11 and T11E1 Armored Cars
  • TK-5; TH-310 with a turret from the Landsverk L-181 with a 37-mm gun and a cal. .30 machine gun
  • TK-6 American LeFrance-built armored car with a 37-mm gun and a cal. .30 machine gun in a turret

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • Car, Scout M3A1E1; M3A1 Scout Car updated to a Buda-Lanova 6DT-317 81 hp diesel engine
  • Car, Scout, M3A1E3; M3A1 Scout Car rearmed with a 37-mm M3 anti-tank gun
  • Car, Command, M3A1; M3A1 Scout Car with additional armour
  • Car, Combat, M2; M1A1 Combat Car with hull similar to the M2A4 Light and its observation devices altered, later redesignated into the Tank, Light, M1A2 the same year
  • Car, Combat, M2 diesel; M2 Combat Car with Guiberson T-1020 250 hp diesel engine, later redesignated into the Tank, Light, M1A2 the same year
  • Tank, Light, M2A3E3; M2A3 Light updated with a GM V-4-223 250 hp diesel engine and altered engine compartment to fit it, engine not accepted into production tanks but suspension later used on M3 Light
  • Tank, Light, M2A4 early 1940; M2A4 Light with early non-rotating gun mantlet
  • Tank, Light, M2A4 diesel; M2A4 Light updated with Guiberson T-1020 250 hp diesel engine
  • Carriage, Motor, 75-mm Howitzer, T3; M1 Light chassis with 75-mm M1A1 howitzer

Marmon-Herrington CTLS Tanks

  • Tank, Light, CTM-3TBD; CTL-3 with VVSS suspension and improved tracks, and two cal. .50 machine guns in a turret
  • CTMS-1TB1; CTS light tank with turret, 3 crewmen, one 37-mm gun, and four cal. .30 machine guns
  • MTLS-1G14; CTS medium tank with turret, 4 crewmen, two 37-mm guns, and six cal. .30 machine guns

Germany

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------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • Rh. L. Tr. (early); initial Rheinmetall design
  • Rh. L. Tr. (late); improved after returning from trials in the Soviet Union
  • Rh. L. Tr. (Chriestie); improved with Christie suspension
  • Rh. L. Tr. Sfl.
  • Kp. L. Tr. (initial); initial Krupp design
  • Kp. L. Tr. (early); fenders introduced and redesigned suspension
  • Kp. L. Tr. (mid); further redesigned suspension with length of tank increased
  • Kp. L. Tr. (#37 late); #37 receives new radiator grille
  • Kp. L. Tr. (#38 late); #38 receives new antenna
  • Kp. L. Tr. (final); viertical spring instead of leaf spring suspension
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. a/1 (early)
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. a/1 (late); Kgs-67-280/90 chain replaced by Kgs 67-300/90 chain
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. a/2
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. a/3
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. b
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. c
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. A
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. B
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. C (early); rounded hull front
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. D
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. E
  • G. Tr. Rh. (initial); initial Rheinmetall design
  • G. Tr. Rh. (early); road wheels increased to 16 and metal pins added to tracks
  • G. Tr. Rh. (mid); road wheels decreased to 14, pneumatic suspension replaced by coil spring suspension
  • G. Tr. Rh. (late); improved armaments and turret with radio
  • G. Tr. Kp. (initial); initial Krupp design
  • G. Tr. Kp. (early); road wheels increased to 16 and rubber pads removed from tracks
  • G. Tr. Kp. (mid); improved SGF 280 gearbox and improved track links and drive sprockets, portions of armour cut out
  • G. Tr. Kp. (late); improved armaments and turret with radio
  • G. Tr. Db. (early); initial Daimler-Benz design
  • G. Tr. Db. (mid); wider 380 mm tracks added
  • G. Tr. Db. (late); rearmed with 7,5 cm Kw. K. 16 L/36
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. A
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. C
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. D
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. E (early); as in-game Ausf. E but with custom-made sights, no smoke grenades, and with false periscope
  • B. W. (Rh.); Rheinmetall-Borsig design for the Pz. Kpfw. IV project
  • B. W. (Kp.); Krupp design for the Pz. Kpfw. IV project, chosen as winner
  • Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. A
  • Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. B
  • Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. C (early); as in-game Ausf. C but with 250 hp engine
  • Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. D (early); no additional frontal armour
  • Nb. Fz. Ausf. A (early); Rheinmetall design made out of structural steel and with the 3,7 cm above the 7,5 cm, rather than beside it
  • Nb. Fz. Ausf. A (late); older radio equipment replaced by VHF radio
  • Nb. Fz. Ausf. B (early); in-game Nb. Fz., but with older radio equipment
  • 7,5 cm K. auf Sfl.; 7,5 cm Kw. K. 16 on M14 tractor chassis

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • Pz. Kpfw. I Ausf. C; armed with 7,92 mm MK EW 141 with 35 mm of penetration
  • Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. C mit Schwimmkörper
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. F (early); as in-game Ausf. F but with earlier 3,7 cm Kw. K. 36
  • Tauchpanzer III Ausf. F
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. G (early); armed with 3,7 cm Kw. K. 36
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. G (mid) armed with 5 cm Kw. K. 38
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. G (late); applique armour added
  • Tauchpanzer III Ausf. G
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. H (early); no applique
  • Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. H (late); applique armour and modified wheels
  • Tauchpanzer III Ausf. H
  • Pz. Bef. Wg. III Ausf. J
  • Pz. Kpfw. IV Ausf. D (late); reinforced with additional armour used on the Ausf. E
  • Tauchpanzer IV Ausf. D
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. A (late); based off of Pz. Kpfw. III Ausf. G chassis
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. B (early); eight-hole drive sprocket
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. B (late); six-hole drive sprocket
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. C
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. D
  • Stu. Gesch. III (Tropen) Ausf. D; fans for use in Africa
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. E
  • Stu. Gesch. III Ausf. E command; extra antenna
  • 15 cm s. I. G. 33 (Sfl.) auf Pz. Kpfw. I Ausf. B; Pz. Kpfw. I Ausf. B chassis with 15 cm s. I. G. 33
  • 15 cm s. I. G. 33 (Sfl.) auf Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. B prototype; as in-game but with unlengthened Ausf. B chassis
  • 5 cm Pak. 38 auf Fgst. Pz. Kpfw. II Sf. “Marder II”
  • 7,62 cm Pak. 36 (r) auf Fgst. Pz. Kpfw. II Sf. "Marder II
  • 7,5 cm Pak. 40/2 auf Fgst. Pz. Kpfw. II Sf. “Marder II”
  • 10,5 cm le. F. H. 18/2 auf Fgst. Pz. Kpfw. II Sf. (early); “Wespe” SPG, Pz. Kpfw. II Ausf. F chassis
  • 10,5 cm le. F. H. 18/2 auf Fgst. Pz. Kpfw. II Sf. (late); “Wespe” SPG, Geschützwagen II chassis
  • 15 cm s. Pz. H. 18/1 auf Fgst. PZ. Kpfw. III/IV Sf.; “Hummel” SPG

USSR

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------Modernized First World War tanks------

  • T-16; technically a 1920s interwar design, but effectively improved copy of Renault FT complete with its gun; improved mobility but still retains the same armour and gun
  • MS-1a; technically a 1920s interwar design, T-18 prototype but slightly worse mobility
  • T-18 obr. 1927 g.; technically a 1920s interwar design
  • T-18 obr. 1929 g.; technically a 1920s interwar design
  • T-18 Nosorog; technically a 1920s interwar design, has trench “tail”
  • T-18 obr. 1931 g.; technically a 1920s interwar design
  • T-18M; technically a 1920s interwar design, often mistaken for 45-mm-equipped T-18s but still retained same turret as other T-18s, improved top speed
  • T-18 obr. 1941 g.; technically a 1920s interwar design, T-18 with 45-mm gun in new turret
  • T-19; technically a 1920s interwar design, T-18 with significantly improved mobility

------1920s Interwar tanks------

  • BA-27 obr. 1928 g. medium armoured car
  • BA-27 obr. 1930 g. medium armoured car

------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • LB-NATI light armoured car
  • LB-62 light armoured car
  • D-13 medium armoured car
  • BA-27M medium armoured car
  • BA-I medium amoured car
  • BA-I (DRP) medium armoured car; BA-I with 37-mm K recoilless gun with 27 mm of penetration
  • BA-I radio medium armoured car
  • BAI-M medium armoured car
  • BA-3 prototype medium armoured car; structural steel hull
  • BA-3 medium armoured car
  • BA-3M medium armoured car
  • BA-6 medium armoured car
  • BA-6M medium armoured car
  • BA-9 medium armoured car
  • BA-10 medium armoured car
  • BA-10A medium armoured car
  • BA-10A radio medium armoured car
  • BA-10M (GAZ-AA) medium armoured car; BA-10M based on GAZ-AA chassis
  • BA-10M (ZIS-5) medium armoured car; BA-10M based on ZIS-5 chassis
  • BA-10M radio (GAZ-AA) medium armoured car; BA-10M based on GAZ-AA chassis, with radio
  • BA-10M radio (ZIS-5) medium armoured car; BA-10M based on ZIS-5 chassis, with radio
  • D-9 heavy armoured car
  • BA-5 heavy armoured car
  • BAD-2 amphibious armoured car
  • PB-4 amphibious armoured car
  • T-34 small tank
  • T-43-1 amphibious small tank
  • T-43-2 amphibious small tank
  • Project 0-10 No. 6/1 amphibious small tank; prototype for T-40
  • Project 0-10 No. 7/3 amphibious small tank; prototype for T-40 with structural steel hull
  • Project 0-10 No. 7/4 amphibious small tank; prototype for T-40
  • T-40 amphibious small tank
  • D-10 light tank; tractor-tank
  • D-11 light tank; tractor-tank
  • T-26 obr. 1931 g. (BPK) light tank; two-turret T-26 rearmed with 76-mm BPK recoilless rifle
  • T-26 obr. 1932 g. (PS) light tank; two-turret T-26 armed with 37-mm Hotchkiss-PS (2-K)
  • T-26 radio obr. 1932 g. (PS) light tank; two-turret T-26 armed with 37-mm Hotchkiss-PS (2-K), with radio
  • T-26 obr. 1932 g. (B-3) light tank; two-turret T-26 armed with 37-mm obr. 1930 g. (B-3) (5-K)
  • T-26 obr. 1933 g. light tank; initial single-turret T-26
  • T-26 radio obr. 1933 g. light tank; initial single-turret T-26, with radio
  • T-26 obr. 1934 g. light tank; 45-mm obr. 1932 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/34 g. model
  • T-26 radio obr. 1934 g. light tank; 45-mm obr. 1932 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/34 g. model, with radio
  • T-26 obr. 1935 g. light tank; bolted turret changed to welded turret
  • T-26 radio obr. 1935 g. light tank; bolted turret changed to welded turret, with radio
  • T-26 obr. 1936 g. light tank; anti-aircraft machine gun, searchlight, and rear turret machine gun added
  • T-26 radio obr. 1936 g. light tank; optional anti-aircraft machine gun and searchlight, and rear turret machine gun added, with radio
  • T-26 obr. 1938 g. light tank; cylindrical turret replaced by conical turret and 45-mm obr. 1932/34 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/38 g. model
  • T-26 radio obr. 1938 g. light tank; cylindrical turret replaced by conical turret and 45-mm obr. 1932/34 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/38 g. model, with radio
  • T-26 radio obr. 1939 g. light tank; in-game T-26, with radio
  • T-26 obr. 1940 g. light tank; redesigned hull roof
  • T-26 radio obr. 1940 g. light tank; redesigned hull roof, with radio
  • KT-26 light tank
  • T-26 (Sh) light tank; T-26 chassis with 37-mm gun designed by the same creator as the Sh-37
  • KhT-134 flame tank
  • T-263 light tank; T-26 with electric transmission
  • STZ-24 light tank
  • STZ-25 light tank
  • T-26-5 light tank
  • T-46 light tank
  • BT-2 (B-3) light tank; BT-2 with 37-mm obr. 1930 g. (B-3) (5-K)
  • BT-2 (B-3/DT) light tank; BT-2 armed with 37-mm obr. 1930 g. (B-3) (5-K) and 7.62-mm DT
  • BT-4 light tank
  • PT-1 amphibious light tank
  • BT-5 obr. 1933 g. (technological) light tank; structural steel armour
  • BT-5 obr. 1933 g. (MI) light tank; weaker armour produced by the Mariupol’ plant
  • BT-5 radio obr. 1933 g. (MI) light tank; weaker armour produced by the Mariupol’ plant, with radio
  • BT-5 radio obr. 1933 g. (PI) light tank; in-game BT-5, with radio
  • BT-5 obr. 1934 g. light tank; 45-mm obr. 1932 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/34 g. model
  • BT-5 radio obr. 1934 g. light tank; 45-mm obr. 1932 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/34 g. model, with radio
  • BT-5 diesel light tank
  • BT-5-IS obr. 1936 g. light tank
  • BT-5-IS obr. 1938 g. light tank; inclined armour
  • BT-6 light tank
  • BT-7 obr. 1935 g. (riveted) light tank; riveted armour
  • BT-7 obr. 1935 g. (welded) light tank; welded armour
  • BT-7 radio obr. 1935 g. (riveted) light tank; riveted armour, with radio
  • BT-7 radio obr. 1935 g. (welded) light tank; welded armour, with radio
  • BT-7 radio obr. 1937 g. light tank; in-game BT-7, with radio
  • BT-7 obr. 1938 g. light tank; small-link tracks and 45-mm obr. 1932/34 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/38 g. model
  • BT-7 radio obr. 1938 g. light tank; small-link tracks and 45-mm obr. 1932/34 g. gun replaced by obr. 1932/38 g. model, with radio
  • BT-7 obr. 1939 g. light tank; improved armour
  • BT-7 radio obr. 1939 g. light tank; improved armour
  • BT-8 light tank; pre-production BT-7M
  • BT-7M radio light tank; in-game BT-7M, with radio
  • BT-7M (MT-17T) light tank; NKVD BT-7M
  • BT-7M radio (MT-17T) light tank; NKVD BT-7M, with radio
  • BT-SV-2 light tank
  • A-20 light tank
  • T-12 medium tank
  • T-24 medium tank
  • TG medium tank
  • D-4 medium tank
  • T-28-1 medium tank
  • T-28A medium tank
  • T-28A-2 medium tank
  • T-28 obr. 1934 g. medium tank; full-welded hull, rear turret machine gun isn’t ball-mounted
  • T-28 conical medium tank; conical turret from late-production T-35
  • T-28 (L-11) medium tank; rearmed with 76-mm obr. 1938/39 g. (L-11)
  • T-28 (F-30) medium tank; rearmed with 85-mm F-30
  • T-29 medium tank
  • T-111 medium tank
  • A-32 medium tank
  • T-35-1 heavy tank
  • T-35-2 heavy tank
  • T-35A heavy tank
  • T-35 obr. 1934 g. heavy tank; initial version
  • T-35 obr. 1937 g. heavy tank; engine boosted to 580 hp
  • T-35 obr. 1938 g. heavy tank; conical turret with handrail antenna
  • T-35 obr. 1939 g. heavy tank; conical turret with whip antenna
  • T-35 obr. 1939 g. (box) heavy tank; conical turret with handrail antenna and rear turret box
  • T-100 obr. 1939 g. heavy tank; armed with 76-mm obr. 1938. g. (L-10)
  • T-100 obr. 1940 g. heavy tank; rearmed with 76-mm obr. 1938/39 g. (L-11)
  • T-26A (A-43) (obr. 1927 g.) artillery tank; A-43 turret with 76-mm obr. 1927 g.
  • T-26A (A-43) (KT-28) artillery tank; A-43 turret with 76-mm obr. 1927/32 g. (KT-28)
  • D-38 artillery tank
  • BT-7A artillery tank
  • BT-7A radio artillery tank
  • BT-7A (L-10) artillery tank; rearmed with 76-mm obr. 1938 g. (L-10)
  • BT-7A (L-11) artillery tank; rearmed with 76-mm obr. 1938/39 g. (L-11)
  • T-27M light self-propelled gun; rearmed with 37-mm Hotchkiss-PS (2-K) and ammunition trailer
  • SU-1 light self-propelled gun
  • SU-2 light self-propelled gun
  • SU-3 light self-propelled gun
  • SU-4 light self-propelled gun
  • SU-5 light self-propelled gun; NOT THE T-26 SPG, but an earlier prototype, made alongside the SU-2, and based on the Kommunar tractor
  • SU-5-2 obr. 1935 g. light self-propelled gun; ammunition storage for 4 projectiles
  • SU-5-2 obr. 1936 g. light self-propelled gun; ammunition storage for 8 projectiles
  • SU-5-3 light self-propelled gun
  • AT-1 No. 1 light self-propelled gun; armed with 76-mm obr. 1933 g. (PS-3)
  • AT-1 No. 2 light self-propelled gun; armed with 76-mm L-7
  • SU-6 obr. 1935/37 g. light self-propelled gun; armed with 76-mm obr. 1931 g. (3-K)
  • SU-6 obr. 1936 g. light self-propelled gun; armed with 37-mm Sh-37
  • SU-12 obr. 1933 g. light self-propelled gun; no armour
  • SU-12 obr. 1934 g. light self-propelled gun; armoured
  • SU-1-12 obr. 1934 g. light self-propelled gun; improved gun shield
  • SU-1-12 obr. 1935 g. light self-propelled gun; further improved gun shield
  • SU-37 light self-propelled gun
  • SU-45 light self-propelled gun
  • SU-14 heavy self-propelled gun
  • SU-14-1 obr. 1936 g. heavy self-propelled gun; armed with 203-mm obr. 1931 g. (B-4)
  • SU-14-1 obr. 1937 g. heavy self-propelled gun; armed with 152-mm obr. 1935 g. (BR-2)
  • SU-14-2 heavy self-propelled gun
  • Object 212 heavy self-propelled gun
  • SU-8 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • BA-11D heavy armoured car
  • T-37A (TNSh-20) amphibious small tank; T-37A modernized with 20-mm TNSh-20
  • T-38 (TNSh-20) amphibious small tank; T-38 modernized with 20-mm TNSh-20
  • T-40 (PT-23TB) amphibious small tank; T-40 rearmed with 23-mm PT-23TB with 46 mm of penetration
  • T-40 (TNSh-20) amphibious small tank; T-40 modernized with 20-mm TNSh-20
  • T-40 (0-60) floating small tank; T-40 with swimming gear removed
  • T-30 (Moscow) small tank; produced by Factory No. 37 Moscow with solid stamped road wheels
  • T-30 (Sverdlovsk) small tank; produced by Factory No. 37 Sverdlovsk with cast spoked road wheels
  • T-30 (TNSh-20) (Moscow) small tank; produced by Factory No. 37 Moscow with solid stamped road wheels and modernized with 20-mm TNSh-20
  • T-30 (TNSh-20) (Sverdlovsk) small tank; produced by Factory No. 37 Sverdlovsk with cast spoked road wheels and modernized with 20-mm TNSh-20
  • T-30 (cast); T-30 with cast turret
  • BT-7E light tank; BT-7 with applique increasing frontal thickness to 50 mm, shown on parade in 1941
  • T-28 (F-32) medium tank; rearmed with 76-mm obr. 1939 g. (F-32)
  • SU-26 light self-propelled gun; T-26 casemate armed with 76-mm obr. 1927 g.

Great Britain

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------1920s Interwar tanks------

  • Lanchester Mk. I Armoured Car
  • Lanchester Mk. IA Armoured Car
  • Lanchester Mk. II Armoured Car
  • Lanchester Mk. IA Armoured Car
  • Vickers Light Tank; prototype for Medium Mk. I
  • Medium Mk. I
  • Medium Mk. I (Ricardo); Ricardo engine instead of Armstrong Siddeley
  • Medium Mk. IA
  • Medium Mk. IA*
  • Wheel/Track Mk. I
  • Medium Mk. II
  • Medium Mk. II Tropical
  • Medium Mk. II*
  • Medium Mk. II Special*
  • Medium Mk. C
  • Medium Mk. D; NOT THE 1919 MK. D, but an export of the Medium Mk. II to the Irish Free State
  • A6E1 Medium Tank (early); anti-aircraft turret
  • A6E1 Medium Tank (late); anti-aircraft turret removed
  • A6E2 Medium Tank (Armstrong Siddeley); Armstrong Siddeley engine
  • A6E2 Medium Tank (Ricardo); Ricardo engine
  • A6E2 Medium Tank (AS V8); AS V8 engine
  • A6E3 Medium Tank (Armstrong Siddeley); Armstrong Siddeley engine
  • A6E3 Medium Tank (Thornycraft); high HP but slow-revving Thornycraft engine
  • Medium Mk. III (E1/E2)
  • Medium Mk. III (E3)
  • Medium Mk. III Command
  • Light Artillery Transporter; contemporary to the Birch guns carrying a O.Q.F. 13-pr. 9-cwt. Mk. I
  • Birch Gun Mk. I
  • Birch Gun Mk. II
  • Birch Gun Mk. IE

------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • Moris Light Armoured Car (Bren); armed with .55 Boys Mk. I and Bren machine gun
  • Moris Light Armoured Car (Vickers); armed with .55 Boys Mk. I and Vickers machine gun
  • Moris Light Armoured Car (North Africa); desert tires
  • Guy Mk. I Armoured Car
  • Guy Mk. IA Armoured Car
  • Daimler Mk. I Armoured Car
  • Carden-Loyd (.50 Vickers); armed with Vickers .5-in
  • Light Mk. V
  • Light Mk. VI
  • Light Mk. VIA
  • Light Mk. VIB
  • Light Mk. VIB India
  • Light Mk. VIC
  • Vickers Mk. E Type B Light Tank (early); original Mk. E hull
  • Vickers Mk. F Type B Light Tank; failed export to Belgium
  • Mod. 1934 T.15; Vickers T-15, exported to Belgium
  • A17 “Purdah” Light Tank; prototype Tetrarch
  • Medium Mk. II**
  • Medium Mk. IIA
  • Medium Mk. IIA*
  • A9E1 Cruiser; prototype Cruiser Mk. I
  • Cruiser Mk. I
  • A10E1 Cruiser Tank; prototype Cruiser Mk. II
  • Cruiser Mk. II
  • Cruiser Mk. IIA
  • A13E1 Cruiser Tank; first Cruiser Mk. III prototype, small hull
  • A13E2 Cruiser Tank (early); second Cruiser Mk. III prototype, hull enlarged
  • A13E2 Cruiser Tank (late); speed governed
  • A13E3 Cruiser Tank; final Cruiser Mk. III prototype
  • Matilda I Infantry Tank
  • A12E1 Infantry Tank; structural steel prototype of Matilda II
  • Matilda II Mk. I Infantry Tank
  • Matilda II Mk. II Infantry Tank
  • Carden-Loyd Mk. VI (F.R.C. 47 mm); Belgian tank destroyer with the C.47 F.R.C. Mod. 31
  • Carden-Loyd Mk. VI (F.R.C. 76 mm); Belgian tank destroyer with the C.76 F.R.C.
  • T.13 B1 Tank Destroyer; Belgian tank destroyer designed by Vickers-Armstrong
  • T.13 B2 Tank Destroyer
  • T.13 B3 Tank Destroyer

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • Matilda II Mk. IV Infantry Tank
  • Matilda II Mk. V Infantry Tank
  • Matilda A27; Matilda II hull with Cromwell turret
  • Matilda Scorpion Mk. I
  • Dozer Matilda (Aust) No. 1 Mk. I
  • Armoured Carrier 2-pr.
  • 2-pr. ATG Carrier (Aust); Universal Carrier
  • 2-pr. Equipped Carrier Mk. I*; Universal Carrier
  • 2-pr. Equipped Carrier Mk. II*; Universal Carrier
  • Armoured Carrier 6-pr.; Universal Carrier
  • Light Mk. VIB (BESA); prototype for Light A.A. Mk. I with two 15 mm BESA Mk. I
  • Light Mk. VIB (Type A); prototype for Light A.A. Mk. I with four Browning .303-in Mk. I
  • Light A.A. Mk. II

Japan

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------Modernized First World War tanks------

  • Renault kō (early) light tank; Renault FT with Type 11 37 mm
  • Renault kō (late) light tank; Renault FT with Sogekihō 37 mm

------1920s Interwar tanks------

  • Renault otsu (early) light tank; imported Renault NC27 with Sogekihō 37 mm
  • Renault otsu (late) light tank; redesigned suspension, lower PWR
  • Medium Mk. C; imported
  • Experimental tank No. 1; commonly known as Chi-I
  • Experimental tank No. 1 kai (early); armed with Type 90 5.7 cm
  • Experimental tank No. 1 kai (late); armed with Type 94 7 cm
  • Experimental I-Gō tank; I-Gō prototype
  • Shi-Sei self-propelled anti-aircraft gun; Wolseley car with Type 88 7.5 cm

------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • Austin Dōwa armoured car; Austin model 1918 with Type 14 37 mm
  • Type 91 Dōwa armoured car; Type 91 with anti-aircraft turret and Type 14 37 mm
  • SR-III amphibious tank
  • Type 92 heavy armoured car
  • Type 94 TK (37 mm) light armoured car; prototype with Type 94 37 mm
  • Type 97 Te-Ke (early) light armoured car; armed with Type 94 37 mm
  • Type 97 Te-Ke (late) light armoured car; armed with Type 98 37 mm
  • Experimental 6 t tank No. 1 (early); first Ha-Gō prototype
  • Experimental 6 t tank No. 1 (late); weight reduced
  • Experimental 6 t tank No. 2; second Ha-Gō prototype, “commander” model
  • Experimental 6 t tank No. 3; final Ha-Gō prototype, cupola added
  • Type 94 Ha-Gō (early) light tank; initial production Ha-Gō
  • Type 94 Ha-Gō (Manchurian) light tank; extra road wheels
  • Type 94 Ha-Gō (late) light tank; armed with Type 98 37 mm
  • Type 94 Ha-Gō (radio short) light tank; short horseshoe radio antenna
  • Type 94 Ha-Gō (radio long) light tank; long horseshoe radio antenna
  • Ke-Ni B light tank; Ke-Ni prototype with Christie suspension
  • Type 89 I-Gō light tank; armed with Sogekihō 37 mm
  • Type 89 I-Gō kō (1931) light/medium tank; armed with Type 90 5.7 cm
  • Type 89 I-Gō kō (1932) light/medium tank; shorter track links
  • Type 89 I-Gō kō (early 1933) light/medium tank; as in-game but with old cupola
  • Type 89 I-Gō kō (1934) light/medium tank; new suspension and switched machine gunner and driver placements
  • Type 89 I-Gō otsu medium tank; 120 hp diesel engine
  • Chi-Ni medium tank
  • Shi-Ki command tank
  • Type 91 heavy tank
  • Type 91 kai heavy tank
  • Type 94 SPG; Type 94 portee with Type 41 7.5 cm facing rearwards in bed
  • Nissan 180 SPG; Nissan 180 portee with Type 41 7.5 cm atop cab

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • Type 98 Ke-Ni light tank
  • Type 98 Ke-Ni kai light tank; armed with prototype 47 mm
  • Type 3 Ke-Ri light tank
  • Type 4 Ke-Nu light tank
  • Chi-Ha kai dozer medium tank
  • Ka-Ho engineering vehicle
  • TG engineering vehicle; Chi-Ha hull with four Bangalore Type 99s
  • GS engineering vehicle; Chi-Ha with rockets and Bangalore/grenade launcher
  • So-To self-propelled gun; Type 98 Ke-Ni chassis with Type 94 37 mm atop
  • Ki-To self-propelled anti-aircraft gun; Type 97 Te-Ke chassis with Type 98 20 mm atop

China

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------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • BA-10 armoured car
  • Vickers Mk. E Type B (early) light tank
  • T-26 obr. 1933 g. light tank
  • T-26 obr. 1937 g. light tank

Italy

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------Modernized First World War tanks------

  • Fiat 2000 heavy tank; one example seen in 1936 modified it with two Vickers-Terni da 37/40 modello 1918 guns in place of its front sponson machine guns.

------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • Fiat 611 armoured car
  • Fiat 2000 modello 1930 light tank; later renamed to L 5/30
  • CV35 Trubia light tank; L 3/35 rearmed with Breda da 20/65 modello 1935
  • L 3/38 (13,2 mm) light tank; L 3/38 with Breda 13,2 modello 1931
  • 75/27 CK su Ceirano 50 CMA self-propelled gun; Ceirano 50 CMA portee with 75/27 CK
  • V-3 k.hk.
  • V-4 k.hk.
  • 38.M Toldi k.hk. A.20 (early); bump on turret for 20 mm magazine
  • 38.M Toldi k.hk. A.20 (late); bump removed

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • 47/32 L 3; L 3/35 with 47/32 modello 1939
  • 42.M Toldi II k.hk. B.20
  • 43.M Toldi p.vz.; Toldi chassis with 7,5 cm Pak. 40

France

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------Modernized First World War tanks------

  • Renault FT Kegresse (early); Kegresse tracks added
  • Renault FT Kegresse (late); support rollers added

------1920s Interwar tanks------

  • AMC Schneider P 16 (mle 1928) armoured car; pre-production with S.A. 18 and rear 8 mm
  • AMC Schneider P 16 (mle 1929) armoured car; production with S.A. 18 and coaxial 7,5 mm
  • Renault NC1 light tank
  • Renault NC2 light tank
  • Renault NC27 light tank
  • Renault NC3 medium tank; later renamed to Renault D1 breakthrough tank

------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • AAC-1937 armoured car; Spanish armoured car with S.A. 18
  • AMD White-Laffly 50 AM cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMD Laffly-Vincennes 80 AM cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMD Panhard TOE (165) cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMD Panhard TOE (165/175) cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMD Panhard TOE (175) cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMD 35 AFN Panhard (178) cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMD 35 Coloniale Panhard (178) cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AM 40 P (201) armoured car
  • Batignolles Chatillon DP-2 amphibious tank
  • AMR 35 ZT 1 cavalry reconnaissance tank; armed with Hotchkiss 13,2 mle 1929
  • AMR 35 ZT 2 cavalry reconnaissance tank
  • AMR 35 ZT 4 cavalry reconnaissance tank; AMR 35 with Renault FT turret
  • AMR 39 cavalry reconnaissance car
  • AMC 34 YR (Berliet) cavalry combat tank
  • AMC 34 YR (APX 2) cavalry combat tank
  • AMC 35 (APX 2B) cavalry combat tank; export to Belgium with C.47 F.R.C.
  • SOMUA AC3 cavalry combat tank
  • AMC S40 cavalry combat tank
  • FCM 36 APX R light tank; FCM 36 hull with APX R turret and S.A. 18
  • FCM 36 L/33 light tank; rearmed with S.A. 38
  • Renault R35 (S.A. 18) light tank; as in-game, but with S.A. 18
  • Renault R35 FCM light tank; R35 hull with FCM 36 turret and S.A. 18
  • Renault R35 modifié 37 (twin support) light tank; R35 with twin support wheels on original suspension and S.A. 38, Renault prototype for modifié 39
  • Renault R35 modifié 37 (vertical spiral) light tank; R35 with vertical spiral suspension and S.A. 38, Renault prototype for modifié 39
  • Renault R35 modifié 37 (sixth support) light tank; R35 with six support wheel and S.A. 38, Renault prototype for modifié 39
  • Renault R35 modifié 39 (S.A. 18) light tank; also known as Renault R40, prototype with old R35 turret
  • Renault R35 modifié 39 (S.A. 38) light tank; also known as Renault R40, production with improved modifié 39 turret
  • H35 réarmé light tank; H35 with APX R1 turret and S.A. 38
  • H35 modifié 39 (S.A. 18) light tank; popularly known as H38, as in-game H35 modifié 39 but with S.A. 18
  • AMX 38 light tank
  • Renault NC1 STCC medium tank
  • Renault D1 (ST1) breakthrough tank; initial design
  • Renault D1 (STA1) breakthrough tank
  • Renault D1 (ST2) breakthrough tank
  • Renault D1 (ST3) breakthrough tank
  • Char B1 mle 1934 breakthrough tank
  • Char B1 bis «Marseilles» breakthrough tank; FCM turret with S.A. 35
  • Renault UZ (FT) breakthrough tank; Renault FT turret and S.A. 18
  • Renault UZ (ST1) breakthrough tank; ST1 turret and S.A. 34
  • Char D2 mle 1935 breakthrough tank
  • Char 1A heavy tank
  • Char 2C mle 1921 heavy tank
  • Char 2C mle 1939 «Lorraine» heavy tank; uparmoured
  • Laffly S20TL CC self-propelled gun; Laffly S20TL portee with 25 mm S.A. 34 or 37
  • Renault ACG2 self-propelled gun
  • ACL 75 G-R self-propelled gun
  • ARL V 39 self-propelled gun
  • Berliet VPR2 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun
  • Citroën P 19 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun
  • Citroën Type 45 self-propelled anti-aircraft gun; Citroën Type 45 portee with C.A. 20 mle 1939 Oerlikon

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • AMD 35 Panhard CDM (178) (early) (25 mm) armoured car; Vichy variant with 25 mm S.A. 35
  • AMD 35 Panhard CDM (178) (early) (47 mm) armoured car; Vichy variant with 47 mm S.A. 35
  • AMD 35 Panhard CDM (178) (late) (25 mm) armoured car; Vichy variant with 25 mm S.A. 35 and coaxial 7.5 mm
  • AMD 35 Panhard CDM (178) (late) (47 mm) armoured car; Vichy variant with 47 mm S.A. 35 and coaxial 7.5 mm
  • AMD 35 Panhard (178B) armoured car
  • Char B1 mle 1940 breakthrough tank; APX 1 turret replaced by APX 1A turret with S.A. 35
  • Char B1 bis «No. 505» breakthrough tank; no turret
  • Renault UE 27; Renault UE with S.A. 34
  • Renault UE 57; Renault UE with British 6-pr.

Sweden

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------1920s Interwar tanks------

  • Strv fm/28; imported Renault NC27
  • Landsverik L-5 light tank

------1930s Interwar tanks------

  • FP-7/8 armoured car; L-180 export to Denmark, armed with 20 mm Madsen
  • Landsverk L-180 (early) (Ireland) armoured car; export to Ireland, armed with 20 mm Madsen
  • M.38 pantserwagen; L-180 export to the Netherlands, armed with 37 mm Bofors
  • Pbil m/41 ; L-180 armed with 20 mm akan m/40
  • Landsverk L-181 (Lithuania) armoured car; export to Lithuania, armed with 20 mm Oerlikon
  • M.36 pantserwagen; L-181 export to the Netherlands, armed with 37 mm Bofors
  • Landsverk L-182 (early) armoured car; Finnish export, armed with 13.2 mm L-35/36
  • Landsverk L-185 armoured car
  • FP-6 armoured car; L-185 export to Denmark on 4x4 Fordson chassis
  • Pbil m/31 (early); two 8 mm ksp m/36
  • Pbil m/31 (mid); one 8 mm ksp m/36 and one 37 mm kan m/98B
  • Pbil m/31 (late); one 8 mm ksp m/36 and one 20 mm akan m/40B
  • Pbil fm/31
  • Pbil m/39
  • PV M39 armoured car; Lynx export to Denmark, armed with 20 mm Madsen
  • Strv fm/31
  • Landsverik L-60 light tank; export to Ireland
  • Landsverik L-60 Ö (early) light tank; original export to Austria
  • Landsverik L-60 Ö (late) light tank; idler wheel modified by Hungary
  • Landsverk L-100 light tank
  • BAF A; captured BA-3
  • BAF B; captured BA-6
  • BAF C (BA-10); captured BA-10
  • BAF C (BA-10M); captured BA-10M
  • T-26B; captured T-26 obr. 1933 g.
  • T-26C; captured T-26 obr. 1938 g.
  • BT-2; captured BT-2 (B-3/DT)
  • BT-5; captured BT-5 obr. 1937 g.

------1940s Modernized Interwar tanks------

  • Landsverk L-180 (mid) (Ireland) armoured car; Madsen machine guns replaced by cal. .30 Brownings
  • Landsverk L-180 (late) (Ireland) armoured car; 20 mm Madsen replaced by 20 mm Hispano
  • Landsverk L-182 (late) armoured car; rearmed with 20 mm L-39
  • Strv m/40K

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I actually think, they should add almost every tank from world war 1 and a lil later, since
-1. There are already a hand full of ww1 vehiecles ingame
-2. Most Biplanes are from that era.
-3. Its a chance for some new cool historical maps.
(Also this could lead to an 3th Option for ground sb)

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Yeah, I need more GSB Br’s and also it should be the “Fun having match.” that grants rewards, like night battles, aswell as a random booster after each match.
I think infantry should be added too, and maybe the battlefield “Breakthrough” kind of gamemode for all modes.

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I only looked at the german stuff you listed, im all for earlyer tanks, however half the stuff you listed would just inflate the tree with just worse versions, such as the other Pz IIIs (except G and H) and earlyer Pz IVs, cince the C is pretty much the most basic and usable one.

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“Worse versions” is pretty much the name of what would have to be done if interwar vehicles are added. Pretty much every tree already has late interwar vehicles.

They already removed/want to remove some ww1 tanks due to them being horrible. I dont see them adding any more.

They made a game just for that called “Enlisted”.

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They already removed/want to remove some ww1 tanks due to them being horrible. I dont see them adding any more.

There hasn’t been a single First World War tank added. You’re confusing them for some interwar vehicles, namely the H35, the FCM 36, and the Ha-Go, which were removed due to being horrible in the current meta after the penetration calculator was implemented, which would be fixed if the BRs are regressed and more interwar vehicles are added to compensate. The vehicles themselves are fine.

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Yeah, but there are some exceptions, such as KD-I with FK 16 n.A. L/36 and so on. Which can have a good place in game. Or the Typ 5 Benz-Gaggenau with 8,8 cm Flak L/45, that thing will make holes in even a sherman.

Yeah personally I am all for it so long as the vehicles have some actual usability and are not doom 4kmh vehicles forced to be played like a mk IV landship.

I am still waiting and hoping for gaijin to add things like the A6/7/9/10 and their prototype vehicles for example for the UK, all of them would be actually useful and effective in WT but for some reason gaijin just goes “no” at them.

A10 prototype for example, this would be a solid tank for the UK and disproves the whole “UK didnt know about angled armour” myth. (IIRC the creator died shotly after it was made and that set UK tank development back by a few years)

Instead of a Nuke, would the Interwar tanks BR have armored train call-ins :)))?

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Those exceptions mainly only apply to self-propelled guns. Though, a lot of them from the First World War aren’t as good as they first seem, due to information on actual First World War ammunition being polluted by ammunition that had been introduced during the interwar period. That’s a personal difficulty I encountered when trying to figure out the utter crapshow that were Russian First World War armoured cars.

@Wiggly_Armed_Man don’t mind me imma post an entire post from the old forums before the snail does the dumbest thing ever aka the total erase of the old forums.
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This was thankfully passed for consideration back then. Still not in game but it would be cool.

You still got the ammunition data? I’m currently compiling a reference document of WW1 gun cars. I’ve done Britain and am currently on France, after that I’m doing Russia and Germany. That information would save me a lot of time since and I’d be very grateful. I know how much time and effort goes in trying to weed out the good information from the bad.

That was made in 1944, though. It isn’t an interwar design.

It’s in this thread and the results weren’t really conclusive.

Pretty much all First World War Russian cars used imported British-French guns. The only exceptions to this I’ve found were the mass-produced cannon Tryokhkolyoska (“three-wheels”/Трёхколёска) and Garford-Putilovs (Гарфорд-Путилов), and a few prototype and custom-made vehicles including Ulyatovski’s (maybe) (Улятовского), locally-modified Pierce-Arrows (Pirs-Arrou/Пирс-Арроу), and the FVD obr. 1917 g. (ФВД обр. 1917 г.) and Russo-Balt T (Руссо-Балт Т). They all used either the 76-mm obr. 1904 g. or obr. 1910 g. guns, which only had high-explosive and shrapnel projectiles. Technically, they could use HEAT ammunition too since the same cartridge was used all the way to the First World War for similar 76-mm howitzers, but none of them saw service that far. The only exception to this is the Russo-Balt T which was a ZSU/SPAAG with a 76-mm obr. 1914/15 g. gun. Another notable example of these Russian-cannon equipped armoured cars is the “Polkovnik Bezmolitvenny’j,” a White Army tractor that was created in the timeframe of the First World War, barely.

Overall, these are all the guns with their armoured cars:

  • 37 S.A. mle 1918

    • Lanchester (Ланчестер) (imported machine gun-equipped Lanchesters from United Kingdom, locally modified with cannon)
    • “Renault” («Рено»)
    • “Russo-Balt” type 1 (chassis “Russo-Balt S 24/40”) («Руссо-Балт» тип 1 (шасси «Руссо-Балт С 24/40»)
    • Mannesmann-Mulag obr. 1915 g. (Маннесманн-Мулаг обр. 1915 г.)
    • Mgebrov-White (Mgebrov-Uajt/Мгебров-Уайт)
    • Mersedes (Мерседес)
  • 37-mm O.Q.F. 1-pr. “pom-pom”

    • “Russo-Balt” type 1 (chassis "Russo-Balt D) («Руссо-Балт» тип 1 (шасси «Руссо-Балт D»))
  • 40-mm O.Q.F. 2-pr. Mk. II “pom-pom”

    • Peerless (Pirless/Пирлесс)
  • 47-mm O.Q.F. 3-pr.

    • Mannesmann-Mulag obr. 1914 g. (Маннесманн-Мулаг обр. 1914 г.)
    • Packard (Pakkard/Паккард)
    • Renault (Reno/Рено)
  • 57-mm O.Q.F. 6-pr.

    • “Austin” (“Ostin”/«Остин»)
  • 76-mm obr. 1904 g.

    • Pierce-Arrow (Pirs-Arrou/Пирс-Арроу)
    • FVD obr. 1917 g. (ФВД обр. 1917 г.)
  • 76-mm obr. 1910 g.

    • Ulyatovski’s (Ulyatovskogo/Улятовского)
    • Three-wheeled (Tryokhkolyoska/Трёхколёска)
    • Gul’kevicha (Гулькевича)
    • Garford-Putilov obr. 1915 g. (Гарфорд-Путилов обр. 1915 г.)
    • Garford-Putilov obr. 1916 g. (Гарфорд-Путилов обр. 1916 г.)
    • Marine Garford-Putilov (Morskie Garford-Putilov/Морские Гарфорд-Путилов)
  • 76-mm obr. 1914/15 g.

    • Russo-Balt T (Руссо-Балт Т)
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Thanks!
Do you have more detailed stats of things like projectile weight, muzzle velocity etc.? Or just the sources and I can go look for myself? :)

I don’t, beyond what that @R_nminbiY_n was able to provide. I do know that the common 76-mm howitzer only had high-explosive and shrapnel projectiles to it. The only shrapnel projectiles in the game, the Sh-353 and the Sh-354T projectiles used by the KT-28 guns (or used to) and the L-10 guns, respectively; have a penetration of 18 mm and 31 mm. However, the obr. 1904 g. and obr. 1910 g. howitzers use an even older style of shrapnel that’s more akin to a caseshot rather than the later fragmenting high-explosive. Additionally, they have a lower velocity; the 1904 model having a 290 m/s velocity and the later 1910 model having a velocity lower than 380 m/s, compared to the 370 m/s on the KT-28 and the 560 m/s on the L-10.

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I know it wasn’t. I’m still posting it cause it would be cool to see.

Oh, I didn’t see that your comment in that thread was replying to someone else, my bad. Thanks again!

Updated the American section with an easier-to-read format, new information, and more vehicles; including:

  • T7, M1, M2A1, M3, M3A1, M3A1E1, and M3A1E3 Scout Cars
  • M3A1 Command Car
  • T11, T11E1, T11E2, and Tucker Tiger Armored Cars
  • Christie’s M1919 and M1921 Convertible Mediums, M1931 Convertible, M1921 and M1922 Amphibians, LWMGC (Christie) 75-mm and G.C.2
  • CTM-3TBD, CTMS-1TB1, and MTLS-1G14 Marmon-Herrington tanks
  • Iranian TH-310, TK-5, and TK-6 armored cars

I removed the T5 Combat Car and the CTL-3 and derived versions of it, since they’re only armed with cal. .30 machine guns. I also added a few missing variations of vehicles.