The T-26 obr. 1931g. is a Soviet light tank developed in the early 1930s. Its derivatives were used well into the second world war.
The T-26 obr. 1931g. was developed shortly after the acquisition of the Vickers Mark E, which was designated V-26 in Soviet service. The V-26 along with the TMM-1, TMM-2, T-19, and T-20 underwent competitive tests at Kubinka in order to find the best possible vehicle for mass production. The T-20 was deemed to be the best, but was equipped with an experimental engine so the V-26 was adopted as the T-26 and produced locally with minor changes.
Five different armaments exist for the first production model T-26s, with their designations currently unclear. The article will remain WIP until that is cleared up. The loadouts are currently listed in the infobox as 1° through 5°.
| Soviet Land Vehicles |
1919 - 1945
|Combat||Armoured Cars||BA-30 • BA-64Z|
|SPAA||M15A1 CGMC • ZiS-42 • ZSU-17|
|SPATG||GAZ-TK • SU-57 • ZiS-41|
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|Railroad Armoured Cars||BA-6 ZhD • BA-10 ZhD (M) • BA-20 ZhD • BA-64 ZhD • BAD-2 ZhD • FAI ZhD|
|SPAA||94-KM SPAAG • Chevrolet G7107 SPAAG • GAZ-AAA SPAAG|
|SPATG||KSP-76 • SD-57 (N) • ZiS-31|
|SPH||SU-1-12 • SU-12|
|Trailers||KP-42 • KP-43|
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