By David Fletcher MBE & The Tank Museum
We currently have stock of a limited print run, made exclusively for The Tank Museum.
An insight into the history, development, production and role of the main British Army tank of the First World War.
Ground-breaking technology came to fruition in the form of the tank during the First World War. The Great War Tank Owners' Manual explores the invention and use of this British invention throughout the course of the war.
Renowned tank historian David Fletcher MBE uses the resources of The Tank Museum and his extensive knowledge to tell the story of the prolific Mark IV tanks in this Haynes manual.
This book is Hardback.
Great book for anyone interested in this amazing early technology of the military tank, lots of photographs which are alway add to a great read.
Arrived on time great read full of info
Like probably most modellers of tanks and tank dioramas I always start off by studying some literature on the model to be built next. First I check whether a Haynes Workshop Manual is available for the specific tank - as I feel these are the most comprehensive guides I can possibly get. So far I could get the Haynes Worshop Manual for most of them, which is great. They are of tremendous help before, during and even after the building process. Absolutely great stuff!
This is a great introduction to this subject. It is not overly indepth but I would place it about a coffee table read. Some nice references for modellers and the like.
A must for anyone's bookcase.
I’d recommend this to anyone who is interested in the history of the First World War and the berth of the tank 👍