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 picture displayed is of a German tank called the Sturmpanzerwagen A7V. The Sturmpanzerwagen A7V was the first series of German tanks deployed to the battlefields of World War 1. Like most of the tanks used in World War 1, they were not as successful as the Germans would have liked them to have been. However it was still an advancement of technology that was used in war.

A German Tank of These monsters with a crew of 16 from 6 corps were first encountered by Australian troops at Villers-Bretoneux.

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

Basic Design of the British Mark Series. Tank Lt. Bert Chaney, 41st Division Witnessing the First Successful Tank Attack at Flers [Dozens of tanks were committed to the 15 Sept...

Basic Design of the British Mark Series. Bert Chaney, Division Witnessing the First Successful Tank Attack at Flers [Dozens of tanks were committed to the 15 Sept.

The A7V was the first German tank design to see service when it was introduced in March 1918.  Only 20 were built, and only one original has survived.

The was the first German tank design to see service when it was introduced in March It is THE most poorly designed tank in history. Only 20 were built, and only one original has survived.

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