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modified: Nov 10, 2012

The T-41 was an attempt to develop a derivative from the VCL amphibious tank. The Soviets bought VCL amphibious tanks alongside the VCL Mk VI tankettes. After arriving in Russia in 1931, they were sent to Zavod Nr. 37 where at team led by Kozyrev developed the T-41. It was similar to an earlier attempt, the T-33 but its hull was made larger to provide greater buoyancy. The T-34 was yet another attempt at a derivative. However, none of them were satisfactory leading to the development of a fourth derivative, the T-37.

References: STCV