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The first action between Tanks took place near Vilers – Bretomiee an April 24, when the German Tanks made their debut on the hatldeli. The result was a victory for the British Tanks. Six of the enemy’s machines accompanied his infantry, and some of our heavy Tanks soon arrived to engage them, and succeeded in driving them. Presently some of the new British light Tanks, called ” whippets,” appeared on the scene, and wrought great eecutien among the German infantry with their machine-gun, seven Tanks manned by twenty men putting Germans out of action.
in the les foreq is ring at . ~ rter t he lst the rees are Britis infantbr. At the end o the ndue the German was knocked out o acin. – To the ight d it, where shae is bumtin in the es, are Geram troops advancing. The enemy’s Tanks are of a somewbat square design, with a quick-ring gun hi front and machinaegune at the sides and rear. The cnning-tower is also square in shape. Acerding to correspondents, both British and French, who have sen caphtured German Tanks, they are inelctively armoed, and the range of visio ahead from the conning-tower is impeded by defects of design.
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