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Turkish T26

November 17 2004 at 1:07 AM
Shane Black  (no login)
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Does anyone have any pics or reference for the T26's sold to Turkey prior to WW2?

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David Maynard
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T-26s to Turkey

November 17 2004, 3:40 AM 

Quite a way down this page there are some T-26s in Ankara


And the same picture plus a few others on Andrew Kirk's site


Hope this is some help.

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Shane Black
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November 18 2004, 4:31 AM 

Most helpful David, I don't suppose you know what the colour scemes are? (joke!)Most interested to learn that Turkey purchased 2x T28's off Russia in the 30's though.

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David Maynard
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Turkish tanks

November 18 2004, 5:59 AM 

Guess the colour would be sand and not-sand

While I was Googling I also found a denial that the Turks had bought T-28s.

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Tony Engelsen
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Re: Thanks!

November 18 2004, 9:33 AM 

The Armada booklet about the T26 has a (not so good)photo + a colour profile of a turkish T26A. Colours are supposed to be green and sand.

Tony E.

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