Vickers Carden Loyd 1936 "Dutchman"

Following the purchase of two tanks in 1937, in 1938 the Dutch East Indies ordered 73 tanks of the 1936 Model which was broadly a Mk IV with a hexagonal turret and the same single Hotchkiss machine gun as the Mk II. Of those ordered, 20 arrived on Java before the start of WWII. The remainder were employed in British service as the Vickers Carden Loyd Model 1936 and referred to by the nickname "Dutchman" were used as training vehicles.