An early example of super-heavy tanks, the French Char 2C was developed during WWI. Technical and logistical issues prevented its successful development.
A brief history of British tank guns – from World World I to World War II, from the Ordnance QF 2 cwt Mk 1 to the Matilda.
A history of the third generation of main battle tanks from the 1970s onwards, covering improvements in armour, armament, auto-loading of ammunition and mobility.
A brief history of the evolution of some of post-WW2’s most popular tanks, including the A41 Centurion and the German PzKpfw tanks.
In this section of our history on tank design philosophies in the inter-war period, we focus on the PzKpfw III and PzKpfw IV series by the Germans.
In this part of the history of tank design philosophies in the inter-war period, we focus on the development of the first three of the PzKpfw series by Germany.
We continue with the British concept of tank design philosophy in the 1930s, which led to the development of many variants of the medium tank.
The British concept tank of design philosophies in the early inter-war period, which led to the development of many models of the mini-tank.
This first part of a series on tank design philosophies in the inter-war period focuses on German tank developments including various Grosstraktor prototypes.
French tank development during World War I.