1. Mark I Female
Great Britain - 1916
To break the stalemate of the horrific trenches the British Army began experimenting with machines that could cross no-man's land and bring the fight to the enemy. The first tank to see combat, the Mark I saw action on September 15, 1916 during the Battle of Flers-Courcelette, part of the overall Somme Campaign. While the impact of the tanks was relatively light, the British ordered 1000 more after the battle. A new weapon was born.
Takom #2033, 1/35 Mk. I Female Heavy Tank