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murauder
murauder

Looks more like a boat.

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Herr_Commandant
Herr_Commandant

Enter land battleship!

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ClassyWhale
ClassyWhale

First tanks were originally called land ships.

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TheOmegaPyro
TheOmegaPyro

wrong. first tanks were called tanks as an idea by Winston Churchill who decided the best way to disguise them while transporting them would be to pretend they were tanks( as in liquid tanks) on a train.
the name landship was decided a few years later with the discovery or better tanks to distinguish new tanks and old ones.

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acd9
acd9

No the first tank idea was called a land ironside, from H.G. Well short story of the same name

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Noders
Noders

whats with the Jewish star on the back?

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don_durandal
don_durandal

It's the logo of the "Compagnie des forges et aciéries de la marine et d'Homécourt", which is the industrial enterprise that manufactured the Saint Chamond tank (whose name comes from the town of Saint-Chamond, where this society had its works).

The star of David is not the only logo in the world that uses an hexagram motif.

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Noders
Noders

thanks mate :)

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Herr_Commandant
Herr_Commandant

TGW presents.... the TOG II's Grandfather!

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TankerFox
TankerFox

Saint-Chamonds were always so strange...

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And what weapon better to spearhead it, than the mighty St. Chamond tank?

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