Customer Services
Shopping Cart
Checkout
Order Total
0.00
Carriage Extra
Catalogue Categories
 
 
     
Quick Search
 
  
advanced search
 
     
World Wars I and II Tank Poster - A3
Quantity:  2.50

Tanks in World War I were developed separately and simultaneously by Great Britain and France as a means to break the deadlock of trench warfare on the Western Front. Their first use in combat was by the British Army in September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. Germany was unconvinced of the tank's potential, and built only twenty.

Tanks of the interwar period evolved into the much larger and more powerful designs of World War II. During World War II Germany began their large-scale armoured campaigns to break through the enemy front and collapse enemy resistance.

This A3 size poster shows colour images of both Allied and German tanks from World War I and World War II.

 
  Customers who bought this product also purchased  
World War II Ship Identification Poster - A3 2.50 each
World War II Ship Identification Poster - A3
An A3 size poster from World War II showing the silhouettes of the British Royal Navy and German Kriegsmarine ships.
Quantity: 
Roman Emperors Poster - A3 2.50 each
Roman Emperors Poster - A3
An A3 size poster showing the Roman Emperors from Augustus in 27BC through to Romulus Augustus in 475AD.
Quantity: 
Heraldic Fleur de Lis Pin Badge - Gold Plated 3.75 each
Heraldic Fleur de Lis Pin Badge - Gold Plated
Gold plated pewter heraldic fleur de lis supplied on a pin with clasp. The information on the reverse of the card explains about heraldry and heraldic designs.
Quantity: 
World War II Aircraft Identification Poster - A3 2.50 each
World War II Aircraft Identification Poster - A3
An A3 size poster from World War II advising the public to familiarise themselves with the appearance of British and German aircraft.
Quantity: 
Kings & Queens Timeline Poster - A3 2.50 each
Kings & Queens Timeline Poster - A3
An A3 size poster showing the family tree of Kings and Queens of England from Egbert through to Elizabeth II. There is also a timeline showing the main historical events.
Quantity: