A recent donation to the archive details the career of Major Kemp-Robinson, including an intriguing letter from the IRA….
Eric Robinson, Last WWI Tank Casualty
Eric Robinson, 9th Battalion, was the last Tank Corps member to die in WWI….
Trapped: The Story of Fray Bentos
Tank F41, named Fray Bentos, was a male Mark IV, number 2329. In August 1917 the nine man crew experienced the longest tank action of the First World War….
The Battle of Cambrai: Graincourt
Pride of place at the entrance to the Tank Men Exhibition is the Graincourt gun – captured by Albert Baker during Cambrai. This is its story. …
It’s around this time of year that we set aside an evening to snuggle up on the sofa, switch on the Christmas tunes and write Christmas Cards for dear friends and family. Rebecca Skelton investigates The Tank Museum Archive for our finest examples. …
A. A. Milne Poem
In 2016, an undiscovered A.A. Milne poem honouring the Tank Corps was found in The Tank Musuem Archive….
The Henriques Ring
The Henriques Ring offers a fascinating and very personal link to the first tank attack in history….