Tank Chats #112 | Churchill Mk I and II

From The Tank Museum Bovington

Tank Museum Historian David Fletcher discusses the British Second World War Churchill Mark I, the very first Churchill, as well as its successor, the Mark II. This chat also covers the development of the A20 prototype and how this became the production Mark I variant. The Churchill displayed is actually a Mark II made to look like a Mark I, and is the oldest surviving Churchill in the UK. tankmuseumshop.org

Tank Chats #112 | Churchill Mk I and II

Anti-Tank Chats #1: WW1

From The Tank Museum Bovington

Welcome to Anti-Tank Chats, a brand-new series on the history of infantry weapons used in Anti-Tank warfare. In the first episode, Archive and Supporting Collections Manager Stuart Wheeler, explores the weapons used by Germany during the First World War when they were first presented with this cutting-edge weapon – the tank. Shoutout and thanks to @T. Hanks for inadvertently suggesting the name for this new series and all the others who enjoyed Stuart’s talk on the Pak 43/41.

Anti-Tank Chats #1: WW1

Tank Chats Special: Pak 43/41 Anti-Tank Gun

From The Tank Museum Bovington

The Tank Museum’s Archive and Library Manager Stuart Wheeler presents this Tank Chat Special on the Pak 43/41. Find out the history behind the infamous anti-tank gun and the story behind how it came to be in The Tank Museum’s collection – from it’s time as a gate-guard, to its restoration, and finally it’s display in the Museum.

Tank Chats Special: Pak 43/41 Anti-Tank Gun