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Rolls Royce Abbeville

ARMOURED CARS ON THE SOMME

Feb 16, 2016No Comments

We hear quite bit about the first use of tanks on the Somme in September 1916, and we’re going to hear a lot more over the next two years, but

A typical group of Rolls-Royces in the Middle East, three at least with the upper panels of the turrets removed to reduce the heat. Each car was equipped with a single Vickers machine-gun.

ARMOURED CARS IN ACTION

Feb 16, 20161 Comment

I understand, at least I have been told, that there is a discussion going on, on one of these on-line chat rooms that deals in such things, about the first

A7V replica

IN THE COLLECTION: A7V REPLICA

Feb 16, 2016No Comments

The name A7V is an abbreviation of the organisation within the German War Department that created it: `Allgemeines Kreigsdepartment 7. Abteilung Verkehrswessen` (General War Department 7 Branch, Transportation)

Siegfried with crew

A7V: THE FIRST PANZER

Feb 16, 2016No Comments

The British Mk I tank was unleashed during the Battle of The Somme in September 1916 – but the Germans were much slower to develop an armoured fighting vehicle of their

Morris brothers

THE MORRIS BROTHERS

Feb 16, 2016No Comments

Towards the end of last year we received a donation of items which succinctly document the journey of two brothers during the First World War, from their enlistment to the

Little Willie

DAVID FLETCHER – LITTLE WILLIE

Feb 16, 2016No Comments

While it is undoubtedly the oldest surviving tank in the world Little Willie was only ever a prototype, it was the only one of its kind ever built.