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BUILDING THE MARK IV (August 16, 2017 2:19 pm)
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THE GUN CARRIER MACHINE – PART II (August 9, 2017 1:42 pm)

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Mark V**

TANK CHATS: MARK V** TANK

Jun 30, 2016No Comments

David Fletcher gives an overview of the Mark V** tank – a longer tank for wider trenches.

Mark V tank chat

TANK CHATS: MARK V TANK

Jun 30, 2016No Comments

David Fletcher gives an overview of the Mark V tank. Although similar in appearance to the Mark IV, the Mark V was a much better tank – more powerful and easier

Mark IV tank chat

TANK CHATS: MARK IV TANK

May 13, 20161 Comment

David Fletcher gives an overview of the Mark IV tank, the first mass produced tank of the First World War and best known for the Battle of Cambrai.

Mark I tank

TANK CHATS: MARK I TANK

Apr 15, 2016No Comments

David Fletcher talks through the Mark I tank, in this Tank Chat, the world’s only surviving example of the tank.

WHIPPET MEDIUM A

TANK CHATS: WHIPPET, MEDIUM A

Mar 25, 2016No Comments

The British Whippet Medium Mark A, presented by David Fletcher MBE.

Mark II Tank

TANK CHATS: MARK II TANK

Mar 25, 2016No Comments

The British Mark II Tank features in his Tank Chat presented by David Fletcher MBE.

MARK II TANK

IN THE COLLECTION: MARK II TANK

Mar 25, 2016No Comments

The chief external differences from the Mark I Tank lay in the tail wheels, which were not used on the Mark II Tank and later heavy tanks, the narrower driver’s cab

Mark I Tank

IN THE COLLECTION: MARK I TANK

Mar 24, 2016No Comments

The Tank Museum’s tank is the only surviving example of a Mark I Tank.

HENRIQUES RING

THE HENRIQUES RING

Mar 23, 2016No Comments

One object, The Henriques Ring, now on display in the new Tank Men exhibition offers a fascinating and very personal link to the first tank attack in history.

Tank Ancestors Family History Guide

TRACE YOUR TANK FAMILY HISTORY

Mar 23, 20161 Comment

The Tank Museum has produced a book that is essential reading for anyone involved in family history wishing to trace ancestors in the various British tank regiments.