World War One Tanks

World War One tanks

When and where was the tank first imagined, developed, and its evolution in combat from 1916 to 1918, as well as tactical development during the interwar period.

Austria-Hungary
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Mexico
New Zealand
Ottoman Empire
Spain
The Netherlands
United Kingdom
United States of America

WWI Illustrations without a nation page

Minerva Armoured car model 1914
Minerva Armored Car, 1914 Model.

Lebedenko Tank

7 replies on “World War One Tanks”

Hi,

Very interesting website. I came across it whilst researching a picture of a ceremony in Worthing, Sussex, in 1919 when a WWI tank was presented to the town in recognition of the war effort.

I cant work out of it is a Mark IV or V….I’m thinking a Mark V

I’m researching for a local history book and want to include info about it, but it needs to be accurate. A picture of the tank is available here…https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/idoc.ashx?docid=f70bf99d-03b3-4170-b609-202c8518b94e&version=-1

Is it possible for someone to verify this for me? A credit for the info will be added to the book for any help given.

Regards
Colin

To Colin Walton.
I just wanted to inform you the tank on the link is a Mark V. You were correct on you assumption.
sincerely
a stranger

Your Web is very Impressive!
I use the material in your website for my academic work (TAU).
Can you guide me about the references of the material?
Please add my name to your mail list.
Thanks
Haim

Thank you, i was wondering what it was called because i decided to research it and was disappointed to not see a name for it.

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