Greetings from a noncom who needs help. As you might know, a Renault FT tank built during WWI has recently been presented to the Polish govt by the Afghans. It's believed to be one of four that were sold by France to Poland, captured by the Bolsheviks, presented to Afghanistan by USSR in 1923, and forgotten about in the West until 2002. All four are now accounted for: two went via a scrapyard outside Kabul to Fort Knox: one found at Spin Boldak went to the French Tank Museum at Saumur; and this last one is now being restored in Poznan. Until it was flown to Poland, it had spent some time on display at the entrance to a large hangar within the Defence Ministry in Kabul (top). Previously it had been on display in front of a large camouflaged archway, along with a Soviet BMP (bottom). Now this is the point of all this. I'm trying to piece together where these vehicles were between 1923 and the present day. It's been suggested that the archway is part of the southern perimeter wall of the Defence Ministry, but I've had no confirmation, even from a couple of Afghan contacts, and Google Street View doesn't seem to have reached there yet. Does it by any chance ring a bell with anyone who has done a bit in Afghanistan? Hope you don't mind my troubling you, gentlemen. Any help greatly appreciated.