Unit Card:


Set - Rarity - Number

Early War - Rare - 30/50

Historical Background:

While old-fashioned and obviously out-gunned against latest Soviet tank designs like T-34 and KV-1 year 1941 these tanks were very useful for Finnish Army. This was because at that time grand majority of the Soviet Red Army tanks used in Finnish front were still T-26 and other comparable tank models like BT-5 and BT-7. The total number of captured T-26 tanks to serve with Finnish Army in World War 2 was 114 tanks. While the great majority of T-26 was obviously captured during Winter War and first year of Continuation War (1941), but the last T-26 was captured as late as 26th of August 1944 in Ilomantsi.

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