Centenary Of Cambrai Tank Battle Marked


ONE OF the most important men in the history of the tank is to be remembered a century after the most significant moment of his long career as the Tank Museum in Dorset celebrates the occasion that Hugh Elles led the Tank Corps at the Battle of Cambrai, proving beyond doubt what the tank could do. Museum staff also took their Great War replica Mk.IV tank to the Cenotaph in London on 19 November – the day before the anniversary – to honour the tank men who fought 100 years earlier.

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