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.

A British Humber Scout Car Nº F-196184

A British Humber Scout Car and Comet Tank "Cobra" both of the Royal Tank Regiment, Armoured Brigade, Armoured Division drive through a captured town in North Germany. March Pin by Paolo Marzioli

The crew of A12 Matilda MkII 'Defiance' (T 6849), 4th Royal Tank Regiment, 32nd Army Tank Brigade, take a break during the fighting near Tobruk, Libya. 28 November 1941

UK TK Matilda MkII 'Defiance' Royal Tank Regiment, Army Tank Bde, take a break during the fighting near Tobruk, Libya.

Pictures like this one of a British tank in Péronne near Amiens feature in the book which has been published to mark the centenary of the outbreak of war in 1914

Colour photos taken at the front line during the First World War

The Tank, Heavy, TOG II was a prototype British tank design produced in the early part of the Second World War in case the battlefields of northern France turned into a morass of mud, trenches and craters as had happened during the First World War. When this did not happen the tank was not needed and the project terminated.  A development of the TOG 1 design, only a single prototype was built before the project was dropped.

The Tank, Heavy, TOG II was a prototype British tank design produced in the…

One of the few Mark IV experimentally fitted with a "tadpole tail", helping the crossing of large trenches, like those of the Hindenburg line. This added part never shown enough sturdiness and production never materialized. The idea of a longer hull was realized by the Mark V*, a variant of the former, at the end of the war.

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

A34 Cruiser tank Comet  Mk  I of the British 11th Armoured Division on the firing range at Gravelines, January 1945

A34 Cruiser tank Comet Mk I of the British 11th Armoured Division on the firing range at Gravelines, January 1945

Allied soldiers posing on a captured Afrika Korps Panzer 2

Allied soldiers posing on a captured Afrika Korps Panzer 2

British Tank Cruiser Mk III.bmp

Captured British Cruiser Mark III or IV by the Afrika Korps, Libya spring

Churchill Mk II massed column. #worldwar2 #tanks

Column of Churchill I and II tanks. The Churchill's had mm inch) howitzers for the main gun.

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 .

The Mark IX, designed to be a infantry supply vehicle - 30-50 soldiers or 10 tons of cargo

British Tanks of the Inter-war Decades - 1919 - British Mk IX Troop Carrier Tank

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