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British World War 1 Tanks (1914-1918)

The British evolved the 'Landship' at the Bovington grounds during World War 1, helped to break the trench warfare stalemate and revolutionized ground warfare forever.

British World War 1 Tanks (1914-1918)

The British evolved the 'Landship' at the Bovington grounds during World War 1, helped to break the trench warfare stalemate and revolutionized ground warfare forever.

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There are a total of 10 British World War 1 Tanks (1914-1918) in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator.





#1
1915
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Little Willie Landship
Little Willie Landship
Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV)
#2
1918
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Medium Mark C (Hornet)
Medium Mark C (Hornet)
Medium Tank
#3
1918
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Medium Tank Mk A (Whippet)
Medium Tank Mk A (Whippet)
Medium Tank
#4
1917
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Renault FT-17
Renault FT-17
Two-Man Light-class Combat Tank
#5
1918
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Tank Mark IX
Tank Mark IX
Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) / Armored Fighting Vehicle (AFV)
ADVERTISEMENTS
#6
1919
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Tank Mark VIII (International / Liberty)
Tank Mark VIII (International / Liberty)
Armored Fighting Vehicle (AFV)
#7
1916
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Tank Mk I (Big Willie / Centipede / Mother)
Tank Mk I (Big Willie / Centipede / Mother)
Medium / Heavy Tank
#8
1917
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Tank Mk II
Tank Mk II
Medium Tank
#9
1917
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Tank Mk IV
Tank Mk IV
Heavy Tank / Armored Fighting Vehicle (AFV)
#10
1918
National Flag Graphic
Picture of the Tank Mk V
Tank Mk V
Heavy Tank / Armored Fighting Vehicle (AFV)