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Maker: UnknownAllied troops inspect a British tank. One of four images from the collection of 1970 Private Edward Frederick Kohler MSM, 11th Battalion.
Maker: United States Army Signal CorpsIntroduction reads: 'Official film of the Corps of Signals taken under action and service conditions in France. Especially released by the War Department to the Eastman Kodak Company for the 2nd Amer...
Maker: Wilkins, George HubertAustralian and British newspaper editors and war correspondents visit the Australian forces in France, where they view and enter old trenches near Biaches and watch artillery barrages laid down by the...
Maker: UnknownBevel gear internals from a tank dynamo. Corroded.
Maker: UnknownSteel idler wheel from the front of a Mark II British tank. The rear section is shattered, with a section missing. Corrosion on all surfaces.
Maker: UnknownBroken track plate fragment from a British Mark II tank. Corroded.
Maker: McCubbin, Louis FrederickDrawing depicting a burnt-out tank (British Mark V tanks (WW1 period)) in the war damaged Vaire Wood, Western Front. Louis McCubbin enlisted with the 14th Battalion AIF in 1916, serving in France from...
Maker: Rook, John"British whippet Tank."
Maker: Rook, John"The Tank Bank. Here you see/ a few buyers [for War bonds] only. There were/ thousands of people in the /Square when I took this. Note/ the hole in the front of the/ Tank ["Egbert"] where it has been ...
Maker: Rook, John"The Tank, "Egbert" by name/ in Trafalgar Square during/ Tank War Bonds Week. This/ is where you deposit your/ surplus cash & get War Bonds/ in exchange. The column in/ rear is part of nelsons column/...
Maker: Royal Armoured Corps School of Tank TechnologyThis film was made by the Royal Armoured Corps School of Tank Technology with assistance from the Imperial War Museum. Traces the development of the tank up to the end of the 1914-1918 war including s...
TechnologyEngine Identification plate, pierced on all four corners for screw or rivets, and inscribed with the following: When ordering spares, quote car and list nos. Type: 105 Rth / Car No 28098/ List No 17...
Maker: UnknownPair of track rollers on their mounting shaft. A steel spring separates the two rollers, and push against a flange attached to the inner face of each roller. The outer roller is retained on the shaft ...
Maker: Lee, NormanAn Associated British Picture Corporation Ltd production. Commentary written and spoken on camera by Sir John Hammerton, war historian in conjunction with the representatives of the fighting forces 1...
TechnologyGear lever position plate from a Mark IV tank. The plate is cast brass, and features the number '2' over the word 'HIGH' Both sides of the late are pierced for screw attachment. There is no evidence...
Maker: UnknownHotchkiss machine gun magazine ammunition box made from steel. The box is rectangular in shape and is divided internally into two compartments. The lid is secured by a rivetted leather latch. There is...
Maker: Idriess, Ion LlewellynCollection relating to service of 358 Trooper Ion Llewellyn Idriess, 5 Light Horse Regiment, AIF, Gallipoli, Egypt, Palestine, 1915-1918. The collection consists of eight original, handwritten diarie...
PhotographMenin Road, Belgium, 1917-09. The wreckage of Landship C14, a British tank destroyed during the Battle of Menin Road. In the foreground at left is the dead body of a soldier, while at right lies a Bri...
Maker: Hotchkiss, Elswick Ordnance CompanyThis gun shield was fitted to a 6 pounder Hotchkiss QF Mk II 6 cwt gun (RELAWM05041). The shield is made from 10 mm steel plate. It is painted grey and bears 'ghost' marks on the inner surface, the ...
Maker: UnknownRear drive exterior bearing plate flange from a Mark II British tank. Corroded.