AMR 35 / Renault ZT-1

France (1933-1940) Reconnaissance Vehicle (Light Tank/Tracked Armored Car) – 2 Converted, 1 Prototype, and 167 Production Vehicles Built The AMR 35 was a tracked reconnaissance vehicle designed by Renault in the mid-1930s. Designed as a follow-up to issues the French Cavalry had with the AMR 33, it lengthened the vehicle and adopted a more standard…

AMR 33 / Renault VM

France (1931-1940) Reconnaissance Vehicle (Light Tank/Tracked Armored Car) – 5 Prototypes and 118 Production Vehicles Built The AMR 33 was a tracked reconnaissance vehicle designed by Renault in the early 1930s. Though it may seem unimpressive at first glance, it had a complex developmental history, and would be one of the faster armored fighting vehicles…

Citroën P28

France (1930-1940) Armored Car – 1-2 Prototypes and 50 Production Vehicles Built The last Kégresses Through the 1920s, the French company Citroën experimented heavily with military vehicles that used Kégresse suspension. This suspension was initially created by engineer Adolphe Kégresse, who was French but had worked in Imperial Russia prior to and during World War…

Saurer CAT and White Saurer

France (1929-1936) Armored Cars – At Least 9 Saurer-CAT and 5 White-Saurer Built French Morocco and the CAT On 15th March 1912, following a Franco-German diplomatic standoff and the Treaty of Fez between the French Republic and the Kingdom of Morocco, part of Morocco became a French protectorate, effectively becoming a part of France’s large…