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World War One Tank Corps officer Elliot Hotblack remembered

The family of World War One Tank Corps officer Elliot Hotblack, who received four gallantry awards, visited The Tank Museum in Dorset … Read More

Tank Museum secures Arts Council funding

The Tank Museum has been successful in securing more than £30,000 of funding from Arts Council England to assist with the maintenance … Read More

WATCH: Veteran Harry F Miller gives personal account of Battle of the Bulge

After enlisting in the US Army at just 15, Harry F Miller soon found himself part of the 740th tank battalion attached to the 82nd … Read More

Full schedule of events as Bastogne commemorates Battle of the Bulge’s 75th anniversary

People from around the world will gather in Bastogne, Belgium, from December 13 to 16 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle … Read More

Red Arrow soldiers deployed in Ukraine for multinational mission

Earlier this month approximately 160 US soldiers with the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team headquarters company deployed to Ukraine … Read More

Can you help Tank Museum trace history of World War One pistol

The Tank Museum is appealing for information about a World War One German-issued Luger pistol that was handed in at a police firearms … Read More

Tankfest 2020 marks 20th Anniversary of event

Tankfest, the world’s biggest display of historic moving armour, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2020. To mark this milestone, … Read More

Don’t miss the 2020 London Model Engineering Exhibition

Now in its 24th year, the popular London Model Engineering Exhibition returns to the iconic Alexandra Palace, London from January 17 … Read More

Afrikakorps diary translation reveals German ambitions and intelligence in Africa

The Afrikakorps diary was prized by friend and foe alike for its useful information, generous proportions, and stylish interior. For … Read More

Call for World War Two vehicle owners to take part in ‘Liberation Column South’ event

In January 1945, British and American forces pushed back the German Army from the Ardennes to the German border after the failed ‘Battle … Read More

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