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crusader. Mk 2 with 2 pounder gun which was one of the best anti tank guns in1940,but retained too long by the British Army. The 40 mm sloping front plate could only be breached at very close range by the German  37 mm anti tank gun

Mk 2 with 2 pounder gun which was one of the best anti tank guns retained too long by the British Army. The 40 mm sloping front plate could only be breached at very close range by the German 37 mm anti tank gun

MkII Armoured car

A British Humber Mk II armoured car of the UK Royal Lancers on patrol in the Western Desert, Egypt, 10 Aug 1942 (Imperial War Museum)

Tanks Mk.IV 'Female' (left) and 'Male' (right)

Rnd 1 Grp 1 - Tanks MkI-V (Britain) vs Schneider (France) Most Significant/Influential Tank

British Light Tank Mk VIB

British Light Tank Mk VIB

AEC Mk I armoured car equipped with a 2-pdr gun | by Net-Maquettes

AEC Mk I armored car in the Western desert, Egypt, 20 Sep 1942 Photographer A. Ackland Source Imperial War Museum Identification Code E 17126 Added By C.

In 1928, Vickers-Armstrongs completed a design of a new, lighter Vickers 6 Ton tank (Mark E). It was to be one of the most significant tank developments, and at that time it was one of the most modern tanks in the world. The first 6-ton tank was tested in Poland in September 1930, On 14 September 1931, Poland bought 38 tanks Vickers Mk.E Type A, with spare parts and a manufacturing licence. Its Polish development was named: VAU-33 (Vickers-Armstrong-Ursus 1933), eventually renamed to 7TP.

In Vickers-Armstrongs completed a design of a new, lighter Vickers 6 Ton…

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