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Do you have any photographs of WW1 A company tanks with Triangle markings on the side?



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Craig, are you specifically looking for A Company (i.e. prior to Dec. 1916), as opposed to A Battalion tanks?

 



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"Deborah" has a triangle marking on both sides, but it's not an indication it was in A Company. In November 1917, Companies had ordinal numbers, not letters. This changed in 1918.

Thorst and I debated this when working on the Guy Martin programme. Our interpretation is that the triangle on "Deborah" is the Greek letter Delta for D Battalion. Unfortunately there is a dearth of photographs of other D Battalion tanks at Cambrai.



-- Edited by Gwyn Evans on Monday 12th of February 2018 09:26:03 PM

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Thanks, Gwyn that is very informative. I had not seen that photo before. Do you believe there was a D 51 painted on the horns as well?

 

 



-- Edited by MooreTanks on Tuesday 13th of February 2018 12:56:43 AM

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No there wasn't. Only on the fuel tank spaced armour.

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