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English: British Mark IV Female Tank, taken during training at Bovington Camp in 1917.
Nederlands: Late Mark III Female op de testbaan van Bovington. Het halfopen luik onder de verkleinde barbette is goed zichtbaar; de rupsband is voorzien van houten torpedo spuds voor een verbeterde tractie.
  • Source: Photos of the Great War
  • Licence: Public Domain
  • Post-Work: User:W.wolny
The source is unknown. At least says it cannot guarantee where the pictures come from. -- Zeno Gantner 12:37, 8 Apr 2005 (UTC)

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