|Overview of Main Hall|
|Little Willie, Mother/Father of all tanks|
Some views of the British Mark IV and Mark III respectively, the most common steel beasts in the WWI battlefields.
Some views of an experimental Mark V tank, that did not see service in the War
This is an interesting recent acquisition: the 1:1 Mark V model used in the film Warhorse. Not real, but very realistic piece, it will used by the Museum for exhibition purposes in order to preserve the original contemporary material.
Two other well known machines of WWI tank aficionados: the FT 17 and the Whippet
Uniforms, weapons and miscellaneous material
Finally some photos of the Trench Experience exhibition
In the next entries, I'll post the material for the period between wars, the IIWW (probably by German and Allied due to the large amount of graphic material) and will conclude with a postwar armour section.