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WW1 tank Commanders
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Hello everyone,

Adims, please delete if not allowed...

We're a production company in Western Australia that is producing a 2 x 1 hour documentary series for UK, Scotland, Canada and Australia on the last 100 days of WW1. we're telling the story of the combined weapons system via individual soldiers and their experiences either via diary, battle report or letters. The seres will start with Amiens - a battle we consider one of the war's most significant.

Presently we're looking to find any more info on the following commanders, who we'd love to feature them in dramatized scenes featuring their own words. With members far more experienced than I, I'm wondering if anyone has any more info on these gallant men?

Again, I hope I'm not being too pushy here but we'd dearly love to know more about these men. If you prefer I can be contacted  at robert.mcglynn@electricpictures.com.au

Please check us out to see that we're not flash in the pans either www.electricpictures.com.au

 

Lt D Cameron

Tank No: 9033

Name: Barrhead

Lt J Robertson

Tank No: 9360

Tank named Oblivis Caris

14th Tank Battalion, attached to the Canadian Corps 2nd Division at Amiens

Lt Cameron

Tank no: ?

Tank name: Newtongrange (?)

 



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