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    World War 1 Tanks (1914-1918)

    World War 1 saw the origins of the "Landship", which became the "tank" as we know it - with much thanks to British engineering out of Bovington, England.





    World War 1 marked the first-use of the tank as a combat system, replacing cavalry in the role of punching through the enemy's defenses. Trench warfare and machine gun fire necessitated this battlefield evolution. The first tank-versus-tank battle occurred between the British and Germans but is largely viewed as inconclusive as neither side could claim a clear victory.


    There are a total of (23) World War 1 Tanks (1914-1918) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.



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