The Idea; Experiments; Trials- And Trials; First Orders; Tanks in Action; Production on a Large Scale; Fighting the War Office; The War Office Gets Its Way; The Anglo-American Treaty; The Tanks Get Their Way; In Conclusion
Illustrations: Lieut.-Colonel Sir Albert G. Stern, K.B.E., C.M.G.; Rolls-Royce Armoured Car; Armoured Lorry with 3-pounder gun; Sir Eustace Tennyson d'Eyncourt, K.C.B.; One-ton Pedrail Machine as shown to Mr. Churchill in 1916; Big Wheeler (Mock up); Greenhithe Machine; Killen-Strait Machine; Pedrail Hand Machine, fitted with Infantry Shield; Major W.G. Wilson, C.M.G.; Creeping Grip Machines coupled together; Machine; Killen-Strait Machine with wire-cutting apparatus; Killen-Strait Machine first fitted with wire-cutting apparatus; Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Winston Churchill; Pedrail Machine built at Bath; Sir William Tritton; Bullock Track Machine; Tritton's Trench-crossing machine; 105 H.P. Tractor; Major-General E.D. Swinton, D.S.O.; "Little Willie" Machine; "Mother," the Original Tank; Tank mounting railway truck under own power; Tanks Attack in Thiepval, 1916; The kind of ground our Tanks had to work on, everywhere shell-pocked, 1916; Tanks in Action; T.E. Estienne; The "Schneider" French Tank; The "Saint Chammond" French Tank; Renault Tanks; Brigadier-General H.J. Elles, C.B., D.S.O., Ministry of Information; H. Ricardo, Esq.; Tank present by Mr. Eu-Tong-Sen; Tank IV. Machine; Tank V. Machine; Scene on the Flanders Battlefield; The state of the ground is shown here, owing to the heavy rains. A is seen half under water; Gun-carrying tank; Some of the many stables where our Tanks are housed; Central Workshops. Tanks Corps. Tanks ready for use; Supply Tank; Offensive on the Cambrai Front. A Landship bringing in its prize, a 5-9 German naval gun; Tanks out of action; Lieut.-Colonel J.A.Drain U.S.R.; Lieut.-Colonel J.C.F. Fuller, D.S.O.; Tank Factory, Neuvy Pailloux, France; Liberty Tank. Hull made in England, shipped to America, and fitted with Liberty Engine; A Tank going into Action through our troops; Whippet Tank; The Canal du Nord. Tanks and wounded going through; Tank and prisoners with wounded going through the cuttin in the Canal du Nord; Smoke Bomb experiments; Tanks going forward to cross the Hindenburg Line; German Anti-Tank Rifle; A German Anti-Tank Rifle compared with a British; German Tank; Ernest Squires, Esq.
|Title||Tanks 1914-1918: the Log-book of a Pioneer|
|Author||Stern, Lt. Gen. Albert G.|
|Publisher||Hodder and Stoughton|
|Library of Congress Control Number||20004697|