SPONSON TRAILER

For rail movement the gun sponsons on the Marks I to Mark III tanks had to be removed.

LITTLE WILLIE

In 1915 the First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, created a Landships Committee to tackle ...

CHAR RENAULT FT17

The first truly modern tank Conceived by General Jean-Baptiste Estienne and manufactured ...

TANK MEDIUM, MARK A

Also known as The While the heavy tanks were designed for direct attacks against enemy ...

TANK MARK II

The chief external differences from Mark I lay in the tail wheels, which were not used on Marks II ...

TANK MARK IX NO. 936

The first armoured personnel carrier.

TANK, MARK V (MALE)

Although similar in appearance to earlier models the Mark V was a much better tank, more powerful ...

TANK MARK I, (MALE)

The only surviving example of a Mark I tank, actual identity unknown.

TANK MARK IV (MALE) NUMBER 2324.

Following the modest success of the Mark I tanks on the Somme in 1916 the British ...

TANK MARK VIII

The Anglo-American When the United States declared war on Germany in 1917 the US ...

HORNSBY CHAIN TRACK TRACTOR

In 1904 David Roberts, Managing director of the firm Richard Hornsby & Sons of Grantham, patented a ...