The Hotchkiss H35 or Char leger modele 1935 H was a French cavalry tank developed prior to World War II. Despite having been designed from 1933 as a rather slow but well-armoured light infantry support tank, the type was initially rejected by the French Infantry because it proved difficult to steer while driving cross-country, and was instead adopted in 1936 by the French Cavalry arm. After the war it was wrongly assumed for a time that H38 was the official name of the tank with the new engine but without the new gun and that H39 was the name of the type that had both major improvements.
- Length: 123mm, Width: 59mm, Height: 88mm
- Over 220 parts
- French cavalry and German armored forces painting scheme