Belgian World War 2 Tanks (1939-1945) - Tracked Combat Systems Used in the Second World War
The Belgian Army could hope to field some 200 armored combat vehicles at the start of the German invasion of May 1940.There are a total of 9 Belgian World War 2 Tanks (1939-1945) - Tracked Combat Systems Used in the Second World War in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily primary operator. Return to the World War 2 Tanks by Country Index.
The Renault AMC-35 Cavalry Tank served in limited numbers within the armies of Belgium, France and Nazi Germany....
The M22 Locust was an American light tank combat vehicle designed to be air-dropped to assist in airborne operation...
The American M24 Chaffee Light Tank appeared during the latter stages of World War 2 and saw considerable service i...
The M26 Pershing was developed to counter the Panzer scourge in World War 2 but arrived too late in the war to be o...
The compact M3 Stuart Light Tank proved her worth in the early going of World War 2 but was outclassed by enemy typ...
The American M4 Sherman Medium Tank formed the backbone of the World War 2 Allied armored offensive and went on to ...
The French Renault FT-17 of 1917 broke new ground in the field of tanks, featuring a lightweight design with armame...
The Sherman Firefly became one of the more important Sherman variants of World War 2 - the first to sport an effect...