Colour scheme

T-26

T-26 mod. 1931, captured red army in Minsk, 3 Belarussian front, July, 1944

(Picture from M.Kolomiez, I Moshjanski. "The german camouflage and insignia 1941-1945". Armada-vertical No6. Exprint.)

PzKpfw T-26A Kenn Nummer 737 (r) tank attached to the 14 SS Gr.Div. "Galizien-Hayczyna". Ukraine, June1944.

(Picture from "Waffen SS colours" Militaria No 180)

PzKpfw T-26A. Warsaw, August-November1944.

(Picture from Militaria XX Wieku wydanie specjalne No 1(41)/2015)

Tank T -26 from 3 SS Division "Totenkopf". The unit emblem, the death's-head, has been painted on the chain cover at the right front, and the SS runes are also added on the bow. The tank, with the strikingly big German cross, bears the name "Mistbiene"

(Picture from "Steelmasters" magazine No 52)

Tank T -26 from 3 SS Division "Totenkopf". The unit emblem, the death's-head, has been painted on the chain cover at the right front, and the SS runes are also added on the bow. The tank, with the strikingly big German cross, bears the name "Mistbiene"

(Picture from HPM magazine)

(Picture from "Waffen SS colours" Militaria No 180)

Screened T-26 E with german cross, the name "Tiger II", and tactical sign of the 3rd SS Div. "Totenkopf".

("M-Hobby" No4/2007 (No80) magazine)

(Picture from HPM magazine)

(Picture from "Mirage-Hobby" model instruction sheet)

Germans T-26C from stab (HQ) of the 23 Pz.Div., Kharkow area, March 1942.

(Picture from "Panzer Colours"Wydawnictwo Militaria No 217 Tank Power Vol. VII)