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Captured British Mk IV tank

georgy-konstantinovich-zhukov: “ German troops inspect a captured British tank. Lacking a robust construction program of their own, the Germans relied heavily on captured tanks put back into their.

A serviceman stands on ‘Newry’, a Mark IV male tank No. 9192, believed to have been part of the British tank force that supported the Australian attack east of Amiens between August-September 1918.As a result of the Germans using many captured British tanks of this type, the British adopted a distinctive system of red-white-red markings on their tanks. ...

A serviceman stands on ‘Newry’, a Mark V male tank No. believed to have been part of the British tank force that supported the Australian attack east of Amiens between August-September .

WW1 British tank.

WW1 British tank.

THE BATTLE OF PASSCHENDAELE, JULY-NOVEMBER 1917

THE BATTLE OF PASSCHENDAELE, JULY-NOVEMBER 1917

This Day In History: The British Use The Tank For the First Time In Battle (1916)

This Day In History: The British Use The Tank For the First Time In Battle (1916)

WWI destroyed British tank and German landser or soldat(soldier in German).

BATTLE CAMBRAI 20-30 NOVEMBER 1917 (Q 45410)   British Mark IV Female Tank 'C 51' ('Chaperone') of No. 9 Company, 'C' Battalion, abandoned at the roadside near Le Pave on the approach to Lateau Wood.

Q British Mark IV Female Tank 'C ('Chaperone') of No. 9 Company 'C' Battalion abandoned at the roadside near Le Pave on the approach to Lateau Wood

A British Mark VI tank captured by the Germans and used against allied forces since they had none of their own until 1918. JC

A British Mark VI tank captured by the Germans and used against allied forces since they had none of their own until JC

British tank Mk.I own the name “Sir Reginald” in Palestine.

I British tank own the name “Sir Reginald” in Palestine.

British tanks Mark II,shot down under the Arras.

Q Two Mark II tanks of the 'C' Battalion and going into action. They are fitted with torpedo booms for unditching.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 2847)   A "C" Battalion Tank mounting a parapet in a wood, near Elverdinghe, 11 September 1917.

WWI, 11 Sept A 'C' Battalion Tank mounting a parapet in a wood near Elverdinghe. ©IWM Q 2847

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Trench warfare forced military engineers to contemplate concepts of the tank, a large armored fighting vehicle designed for front-line combat.

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 9364)   Battle of St. Quentin Canal. Mark V Tanks going forward with the 'Cribs' carried to enable them to cross the Hindenburg Line. Bellicourt, 29 September 1918.

29 September - 10 October 1918 - Battle of the Hindenburg Line - Battle of St. Mark V Tanks going forward with the 'Cribs' carried to enable them to cross the Hindenburg Line.

New Weapon- The little Willie, the first tank created in WW1

"Little Willie" The original British tank prototype

A female Mark V tanks of the 4th Battalion, Tank Corps, passing through Meaulte on the day it was captured by the British 12th Division, 22 August 1918.

A female Mark V tanks of the Battalion, Tank Corps, passing through Meaulte on the day it was captured by the British Division, 22 August

British tank at Elverdinge, 11 September 1917

MINISTRY INFORMATION FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION (Q 2845)   British Tank at Elverdinghe, "C" Battalion, 11 September 1917
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