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ID of Mk1 Tank


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This photo is Q 8210. Taken facing north from the south side of the Albert/Bapaume road. To the left can be seen the Memorial to 2nd Australian Division now the entrance to the Windmill site. My question is who was this tank commanded by and what was is Company number ?

Thank you

Bob

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2 hours ago, Gerald Moore said:

C3 "Chartreuse" (70

9 hours ago, stripeyman said:

This photo is Q 8210. Taken facing north from the south side of the Albert/Bapaume road. To the left can be seen the Memorial to 2nd Australian Division now the entrance to the Windmill site. My question is who was this tank commanded by and what was is Company number ?

Thank you

Bob

Q 8210.jpg

1), 2/Lt. Stanley Clarke.

Excellent ! Thank you.....

 

On 30/11/2020 at 07:34, Marilyne said:

 

 

 

 

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two images of Stanley Clarke - the first on commissioning and the second later, possibly, when serving with the Tank Corps at the Central Stores or Workshops at Erin. seated left.   

2nd Lieut  SDH Clarke.jpg

SDH Clarke seated left.jpg

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