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An excellent tribute to the Tank Corps. Well looked after as are all the war memorials. Very informative and emotional reading. Great for children to learn about the past. We only stopped by chance and so glad we did and pay our respects.
Visited this memorial as part of a Great War Tour with the disabled veterans charity Not Forgotten Association.We were on route to the Thievpal memorial to the 72000 soldiers with no known grave from the village of Albert on the Somme .
The tank corp...More
Small memorial commemorating that nearby was the spot that tanks were used for the first time.
The memorial is also dedicated to all the tank crews who were killed during WWI.
Across the road is the site of the Pozieres Windmill and the Australian WWI...More
Remembers the input of the Tanks & their often maligned crew into the holocaust that was WW1 ! The tanks were introduced in 1916 with minimal results and didn't come into their own till late 1918 but the bravery of these men & their iron...More
The monument of stone with bronze versions of the different tanks used in the 1st WW. It commemorates the first battles in which tanks were used and Cambrai is nearby. These lumbering machines were often badly used but the regardless of that this is monument...More