World War 2 Finnish Army Tanks (1939-1945) - Tracked Combat Systems Used in the Second World War
Finnish involvement in World War 2 constituted three separate but related wars to which the country fought on both sides.There are a total of 10 World War 2 Finnish Army 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 BT-5 Fast Tank preceded the much-improved BT-7 series into Soviet Army service and both led directly to the exc...
The ISU-152 succeeded the the SU-152 in both production and service for the Soviet Army towards the end of World Wa...
The French Renault FT-17 of 1917 broke new ground in the field of tanks, featuring a lightweight design with armame...
The Panzer IV medium tank remained in production for the German Army throughout the entire war....
The T-28 medium tank was a promising design early on but, by the time of the Winter War with Finland, it went on to...
No one tank affected the outcome of World War 2 as much as the Soviet T-34 Medium Tank series with over 80,000 prod...
Influenced by the British Carden-Loyd tankettes, the T-37A was a Soviet design with amphibious qualities....
The Vickers Mark E was rejected by the British Army as a frontline implement but nevertheless found success on the ...