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A British-made Mark IV tank, captured and re-painted by Germans, now abandoned in a small wood.

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A British-made Mark IV tank, captured and re-painted by Germans, now abandoned in a small wood. (Nicolas Joseph Gustave Crouvezier/CC BY SA Archives municipales de Nancy)

British Mk IV tank "CONQUEROR II" C47 in Fontaine-Notre-Dame, where it was knocked out on 23/11/17

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British Mark IV (Tadpole) tank - A Mark IV with an extended 'Tadpole' tail designed to increase it's trench-crossing ability.

a photo of an early Mark IV British tank

A replica early Mark IV British tank built for the film War Horse. The replica has now been acquired by the Tank Museum at Bovington.

"Fray Bentos II", not to be confused with it's more famous predecessor "Fray Bentos I" The British Mk IV male tank "Fray Bentos II" (8091) on display in Berlin after being captured at Cambrai in November 1917. Afterwards, it would be dismantled for mechanical inspection and study.

The British Mk IV male tank "Fray Bentos II" on display in Berlin after being captured at Cambrai in November Afterwards, it would be dismantled for mechanical inspection and study.

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British Mark IV Tank, First World War by John Tolcher · Putty&Paint

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