World War I and World War II Tanks Poster A3

This A3 size poster shows colour images of both Allied and German tanks from World War I and World War II.
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World War I and World War II Tanks Poster A3 

An A3 size poster showing colour images of both Allied and German tanks from World War I and World War II.

Featuring Names and Pictures of the following British and German Tanks :

World War One Tanks

British and Allied Tanks

  • Tank MK1 (Big Willie / Centipede / Mother) Medium / Heavy Tank 1916
  • Tank MK V Heavy Tank 1918
  • Medium Tank MK A (Whippet) Medium Tank 1918
  • Tank Mark VIII (Liberty) Armored Fighting Vehicle 1919


  • Sturmpanzerwagen A7V Amoured Fighting Vehicle / Tank 1918
  • Sturmpanzerwagen A7V/U Amoured Fighting Vehicle / Tank 1918
  • Leichter Kampfwagen II Light Tank 1918
  • Sturmpanzerwagen Oberschlesien Assault Tank 1918

World War Two Tanks

British and Allied Tanks

  • Infantry Tank MK1, Matilda I (A11) Infantry Tank 1938
  • Cruiser Tank MK VI, Crusader I (A15) Cruiser Tank 1941
  • M3 Grant Medium Tank 1942
  • M4 Sherman Medium Tank 1942
  • Cromwell Tank MK IV Cruiser Tank 1943
  • Churchill Tank MK VII Infantry Tank 1944
  • Centurion Tank MK1 Main battle Tank 1945

German Tanks

  • Panzer I Light Tank 1934 Sd.Kfz 101 Panzerkampfwagen 1
  • Panzer III Medium Tank 1939 Sd.Kfz 141 Panzerkampfwagen III
  • Panzer IV Medium Tank 1939 Sd.Kfz 161 Panzerkampfwagen IV
  • Panzer V Medium Tank (Panther) 1943 Sd.Kfz 171 Panzerkampfwagen V
  • Panzer VI Heavy Tank (Tiger I) 1942 Sd.Kfz 181 Panzerkampfwagen VI
  • Panzer V1B Heavy Tank (Tiger II/ Royal Tiger) 1944 Sd.Kfz 182 Panzerkampfwagen VIB
  • Panzer VIII Maus (Mouse) Superheavy Tank 1943 Sd.Kfz 205 Panzerkampfwagen VIII

Tanks in World War I were developed separately and simultaneously by Great Britain and France as a means to break the deadlock of trench warfare on the Western Front. Their first use in combat was by the British Army in September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. Germany was unconvinced of the tank's potential, and built only twenty.

Tanks of the interwar period evolved into the much larger and more powerful designs of World War II. During World War II Germany began their large-scale armoured campaigns to break through the enemy front and collapse enemy resistance.

Supplied in a polythene tube.

Packed Weight : 75 grams

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