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Sunday, September 6, 2015
KhT-26 was a Soviet light flame-throwing tank, developed as a version of the T-26 tank. It was produced in several series, in 1932-1936. Depending on the combat task, the cistern of the tank could be filled with smoke-generating liquid, poisonous chemicals as well as water or a soap solution to clean up the area.