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TANKS ON TRAINS IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Jul 19, 2017No Comments

Tanks in the First World War were very slow. There were no tank transporters so tanks had to go by train and, as the war went on, they were getting

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EXPERIMENTAL FIRST WORLD WAR TANKS – ...

May 26, 2017No Comments

The third instalment in David Fletcher’s three part series examining the experimental tanks of the First World War describes such oddities as cranes, bridges, and rudimentary amphibious tanks. 

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SYDNEY HADLEY’S GLASS EYE

Oct 19, 2016No Comments

One of the personal objects on display in The Tank Men exhibition is emblematic of the personal sacrifice made by so many men in World War One – a serious

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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.

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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