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.

The Comet was the best British tank of WW2. Its 77mm gun fired the same ammunition as the 17 pounder gun from a shell case based on the British WW1 anti aircraft gun. The reduction in villosity did not have a too negative affect on the APDS shot and the Comet could still take on a Tiger or Panther at range.

The Comet was the best British tank of Its gun fired the same…

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 .

British Tanks of the Inter-war Decades - 1925 - the Morris-Martel One Man Tankette

The Morris-Martel was a British inter-war tankette developed from prototypes designed by Lieutenant-General Sir Giffard Le Quesne Martel.British Tanks of the Inter-war Decades

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

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

Here is a cross section of a British Mark I tank from 1916. Designers hadn't yet solved the steering problem (slowing and speeding up the tracks) and relied on a pair of guiding wheels attached to the rear. World War 1

Here is a cross section of a British Mark I tank from Designers hadn't yet solved the steering problem (slowing and speeding up the tracks) and relied on a pair of guiding wheels attached to the rear. World War 1

Flanders WW1    A British tank bogged down in the quagmire of the Ypres battlefield, near St Julien 12th October 1917. Who in their right mind could send tanks into a morass like this destroying both the machines and their crews for next to nothing?.

Flanders A British tank bogged down in the quagmire of the Ypres battlefield, near St Julien October Who in their right mind could send tanks into a morass like this destroying both the machines and their crews for next to nothing?

Cruiser V Covenanter [LMS, English Electric, Leyland]

British Covenanter Mark III (Cruiser Was produced in fairly large number but were used primarily to train new tankers.

Development of British Tank Tactics 1917 I THE GREAT WAR Special - YouTube

Development of British Tank Tactics 1917 I THE GREAT WAR Special - YouTube

British Tank Cruiser Mk III.bmp

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

The British Army in North Africa.  A Matilda tank knocked out during battle near Tobruk, December 15, 1941.

Knocked out british Matilda, nicknamed "The Desert Queen" by the British Military; could withstand all german AT guns, and even some AT guns with its heavy frontal armor.

A British Grant tank, whose crew has just painted the name 'Atlanta' on its turret, 10 September 1942.

A British Grant tank 'Atlanta II' of A Squadron, Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, 10 September

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