Armor - Renault R-35 - French WW II Light Infantry Tank – Crew of 2 (Commander, who also Acted as Gunner and Loader and a Driver) Armament: One 37mm (L-21 SA18) Cannon and One 7.5mm (MAC31 Reibel) Machine Gun – 1,540 were Built (1936-1940)
The Char B1 was a French heavy tank manufactured before World War II. The Char B1 was a specialised heavy break-through vehicle, originally conceived as a self-propelled gun with a 75 mm howitzer in the hull; later a 47 mm gun in a turret was added, to allow it to function also as a Char de Bataille, a "battle tank" fighting enemy armour, equipping the armoured divisions of the Infantry Arm...
French Army - Char “Leclerc”, Main Battle Tank – Crew: 3 (Commander, Gunner and Driver) Armament: 1 x 120mm GIAT CN120-26/52 Tank Gunm (40 Roiunds) 1 x .50 cal M2HB Browning Macing Gun (1,000 Rounds) and 1 x .30 cal Maching Gun (3,000 Rounds) 862 Produced Between (1990–2008)
FCM-36. This French interwar light tank design used advanced sloped armor, and was powered by a Diesel engine with superior range. It was, however, more expensive than an H-35 or R-35, so fewer were produced. In the battle of France their sloped armor proved effective, but their 37mm main gun could not penetrate most German armor.