external_video
Winston Churchill's picture
Shared by Winston Churchill
0
 Lieutenant) June 04, 2017

Historian David Fletcher MBE presents the thirty-eighth Tank Chat about the Churchill tank,  the last infantry tank design of the war and one of the most successful British tank designs of the Second World War. This tank is also the last Churchill VII of the production line (sometimes called...read more

0
external_video
Hannes Trautloft's picture
Shared by Hannes Trautloft
0
 Lieutenant) May 07, 2017

David Willey, The Tank Museum Curator, presents the thirty-sixth Tank Chat about the Tiger 131, the most famous tank in The Tank Museum's collection and arguably the most famous tank in the world. 

Tiger 131 is a German Tiger I Heavy tank captured by the British 48th Royal Tank Regiment...read more

0
external_video
Winston Churchill's picture
Shared by Winston Churchill
0
 Lieutenant) February 23, 2017

We are sure you can't wait more time to go to "The Tiger Collection" exhibition, which will open in early April, in time for Easter Holidays 2017, at The Tank Museum, Bovington (Dorset, UK).

One of the most important atractions of this new exhibition, supported by World of Tanks, is the...read more

0

The Carden Loyd Carrier: Designed by Sir John Carden and Captain Vivian Loyd this was a low cost, two-man Machine-Gun Carrier for infantry use. The company was taken over by Vickers-Armstrong in 1927 and the vehicle was mass-produced for the British Army in addition to a thriving export trade....read more

0
external_video
Winston Churchill's picture
Shared by Winston Churchill
0
 Lieutenant) April 12, 2016

The A13 was the first British tank to have Christie Suspension. With a top speed of 40 miles per hour, it was much faster than the German Panzers, and had one of the best guns of its time. Despite this, many were lost in the battle for France in 1940. They fared better in the desert when their...read more

0
document
Winston Churchill's picture
Shared by Winston Churchill
0
 Lieutenant) December 19, 2014
1

These reports, which were never finished, give a substantial analysis of the Tiger I and include fascinating details of the vehicle in service, its capabilities, and the sophisticated engineering used. They include extracts of the interrogation of a German Tiger I crew after their capture which...read more

0
Subscribe to The Tank Museum