The Tank Museum has the best collection of First World War tanks in the world alongside a wealth of objects, archive images and documents to tell their stories. On the advent of the centenary of the tank, this souvenir booklet looks in detail at that story.
Tank Centenary: The Story of the First Tank Crews pays tribute to the brave, tenacious men who served in these ground-breaking weapons of war and shows how the tank became an icon of war, both on the battlefield and in the imagination of the public at home. Written by Tank Museum Historian David Fletcher MBE, Tank Museum Curator David Willey and expert Stephen Pope, this book is a beautifully produced overview of the tank in the First World War.
Fantastic publication and a great snapshot of the crews of world war 1 tanks
Candid insights into the men who endured WW1 in their tanks, I only wish the book was longer or portrait rather than landscape but I'm nitpicking here, it's a great book and dedication to these men
Very informing read to make aware of the bravery and commitment of the very first tank crews not only facing problems as expected from the enemy but physical and demanding problems from their tanks exceptional men