March 2021 – The Tank Museum continues its war on boredom with the latest release of online content.
This month featured the Museum’s brand new Churchill Mark VI and VIII Tank Chat, presented by David Fletcher, a Tank Chat from David Willey on the German Panzerspahwagen, A Beginner’s Guide to Model Making and a look at The Tank Museum’s collection of models, ranging from military recognition and concept models, to toys, all the way through to life-sized 1:1 scale models.
Tank Chats #120 | Sd.Kfz. 234 Panzerspähwagen
The Tank Museum’s Curator David Willey presents a Tank Chat on the Sd.Kfz. 234 Panzerspähwagen, a heavy German reconnaissance vehicle from the Second World War, and the only wheeled German armour in The Tank Museum collection.
Tank Chats #119 | Churchill Mark VI and VIII
The Tank Museum’s Historian David Fletcher discusses a tank in the Museum’s collection which entails a certain level of controversy. Is it a Churchill Mark IV, or Mark VI? David believes it to be a Mark IV 75mm, with a number of updates, hence the disparity. David also covers the Mark VIII variant with the 95mm close support howitzer. Join him to find out more.
A Beginner’s Guide to Model Making
In the final episode of the Salute to Model Making season, Steve Malley presents a guide on how to choose and build your first model. Fancy giving it a go yourself? You can find a fantastic range of Model Starter kits and Modeller’s Add On Bundles by visiting The Tank Museum’s online shop.
Fake Tanks: Models at The Tank Museum
The Tank Museum continues its Salute to Model Making. Curator David Willey explores the Museum’s impressive collection of models, ranging from military recognition and concept models, to toys, all the way through to life-sized 1:1 scale models.