quinta-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2011

WWI Locomotives & War Series nº 10 - by Carlos Briz


We bring you back to the beginnig of the XX century, where you  can see what it took to transport those (now...) awkward AFV's to the front line


The Mark IV saw active service for the first time in the battle of Messines Ridge (June 1917), in West Flandres, Belgium. This was also the battle where, arguably, the most extensive mining operations were made during WWI, tottaling over 8.000 metres in length, started about one year before the actual attack.

JF/PC