MOTORCYCLE, BROUGH SUPERIOR, 1150

T E Lawrence was fatally injured on 13th May 1935 in a motorcycle accident on the road between ...

ARMOURED CAR LANCHESTER, MARK II

Six-wheeled armoured cars were seen as having a better cross-country performance than four-wheelers.

ARMOURED CAR, CROSSLEY CHEVROLET (INDIAN PATTERN)

In 1915 the British Army started to use armoured cars in India, particularly on the North West ...

SU-76M

A famous Russian field gun on a redundant tank chassis.

T-26 MODEL 1933

A Russian copy of a pre-war British In 1930 the Russians obtained 15 examples of ...

TANK CRUISER MARK I A9

TYPE HISTORY: In June 1934, the War Office contracted with Vickers for a new medium tank (A9) for ...

TANK LIGHT, MARK IIA

A two-man light tank of the early The first British light tank, the Mark I, evolved from ...

CARRIER, CARDEN LOYD MARK VI

Plaque, brass, hull front Carden-Loyd War Dept.

ARMOURED CAR, PEERLESS

In 1919 the British Army found itself short of armoured cars when many were needed quickly to ...

TANK A1E1, INDEPENDENT

Ordered to War Office specifications in 1922 The Independent finally appeared in 1926, to a revised ...

TANK MEDIUM, MARK II*

The main British tank from 1923 until 1935 In 1923 Vickers Ltd.