The First World War's fierce battles saw the need to develop military technology beyond anything previously imagined: as exposed infantry and cavalry were mowed down by relentless machine-gun attacks, so tanks were developed.
Here author Craig Moore presents every First World War tank, from the prototype `Little Willie', through the French heavy tanks to the German light tank. He gives a focused history of the development of this game-changing vehicle and the engagements it was used in - vital battles such as the Somme and Cambrai. Stunningly illustrated in full colour throughout, Tank Hunter: World War One provides historical background, facts and figures for each First World War tank as well as the locations of any surviving examples, giving you the opportunity to become a Tank Hunter yourself.
CRAIG MOORE is a retired New Scotland Yard Metropolitan police sergeant with a long-time interest in military history in general, and tanks in particular. He is an editor and runs www.tanks-encyclopedia.com, as well as www.tank-hunter.com. His websites and social media are followed by over 11,000 military enthusiasts.