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Captured British Mark IV used by the Weimar Republic to suppress the Spartacist uprising, 1919

Captured British Mark IV used by the Weimar Republic to suppress the Spartacist uprising, 1919

"Fray Bentos II", not to be confused with it's more famous predecessor "Fray Bentos I" The British Mk IV male tank "Fray Bentos II" (8091) on display in Berlin after being captured at Cambrai in November 1917. Afterwards, it would be dismantled for mechanical inspection and study.

The British Mk IV male tank "Fray Bentos II" on display in Berlin after being captured at Cambrai in November Afterwards, it would be dismantled for mechanical inspection and study.

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

BRITISH ARMY UNITED KINGDOM 1939-45 (H 257)   Vickers Medium Mk II tank at Bovington Camp in Dorset, November 1939. A Light Tank Mk IV can be seen in the background.

H Vickers Medium Mk II tank at Bovington Camp in Dorset November A Light Tank Mk IV can be seen in the background.

Battle Cambrai 20 - 30 November 1917 (Q 46933) British Mark IV Female Tanks being loaded aboard flat-bed railway trucks at Plateau Station in preparation for transportation to the forward area prior to the opening of the Battle of Cambrai.

Battle Cambrai 20 - 30 November 1917 (Q British Mark IV Female Tanks being loaded aboard flat-bed railway trucks at Plateau Station in preparation for transportation to the forward area prior to the opening of the Battle of Cambrai.

Halt! Anyone who passes will be shot! Freikorps members from the Trench Mortar Detachment Heuschkel block a Berlin street against Communist demonstrators in March of 1919.

Anyone who passes will be shot! Freikorps members from the Trench Mortar Detachment Heuschkel block a Berlin street against Communist demonstrators in March of

A tank called the Lusitania in France, on the British Front, during World War I, 1917 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

A tank called the Lusitania in France, on the British Front, during World War I, 1917 - pin by Paolo Marzioli

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