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Dark Roasted Blend: Strangest Tanks in History, Part 2: First World War

Best's Track Machine, Model 75 Built by an American citizen named Best in this military machine was looked favorably upon by the U. Army command (it ordered 50 of these vehicles in

The tank was first produced in Lincoln and one of the early models lives at the Museum of Lincolnshire Life.

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MkIV tank, Ashford.

MkIV tank, Ashford.

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Tank Museum - Bovington - euro-t-guide - UK - What to see - 1

BATTLE CAMBRAI 20-30 NOVEMBER 1917 (Q 7851) An immobilised British Mark IV tank stands at the lip of a captured German trench at Flesquieres, in the bottom of which lie four dead German soldiers.

BATTLE CAMBRAI NOVEMBER 1917 (Q An immobilised British Mark IV tank stands at the lip of a captured German trench at Flesquieres, in the bottom of which lie four dead German soldiers.

BATTLE AMIENS AUGUST 1918 (Q 65534)   2nd Bn Mark V tank leaving for an attack, La Motte en Santerre, Somme, 8 August 1918.

Q A British Mark V tank of the 2 Battalion Tank Corps leaving Lamotte-en-Santerre for an attack 8 August

A Mark V tank which came to grief whilst clearing undergrowth. Near Chipilly, 10 August 1918.

A Mark V tank which came to grief whilst clearing undergrowth. Near Chipilly, 10 August

WW1 Tank- pretty sure these guys are german. Please correct me if I am wrong

Captured British Mk IV tank "Falcon II" from 16 Coy, F Battalion

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