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War History Online welcomes many guest authors who share their knowledge of the history on our pages. We work with various museums, historical societies and media outlets around the world. If you are interested in working with us or have a great story, please get in touch.

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Articles by The Tank Museum:

WWI Luger Handed In: Tank Museum Wants to Trace its History

The Tank Museum is appealing for information about a WWI German-issued Luger pistol that was handed in at a police firearms amnesty in Wiltshire. The…

Single Day Tickets on Sale for 20th Anniversary TANKFEST

TANKFEST Single Day tickets are now on sale for the 20th Anniversary taking place 26-28 June 2020.  Attracting visitors from as far as Australia and…

How Do You Restore A WW2 Tank?

Go behind the scenes at The Tank Museum Workshop’s, 26 October, to discover how they keep the Museum’s historic tanks running. Led by the presenters…

Guest Vehicles at Tiger Day: Hetzer G13 & Churchill Mark III

TIGER DAY 12 – 14 SEPTEMBER 2019 A German Hetzer, a Japanese Ha-Go tank and a Churchill tank will be guest starring for the first…

New Capture Story for World’s most Famous Tank: Tiger 131

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The Tank Museum has released a new video detailing how astonishing evidence came to light and changed the long accepted story of the world’s most…

Last WWI tank casualty identified – Eric Robinson

The last member of the Tank Corps to be killed in the First World War has been identified – and he died just days before…

Tankfest has announced a line-up of special guest tanks that will be taking part in arena displays

With just six weeks to go until TANKFEST 2018, The Tank Museum has announced a line-up of special guest tanks that will be taking part…

Tanks For The Memories: The First Ever Tank Commander, by The Tank Museum

The first man ever to command a tank in battle only volunteered for the secret mission because learning to fly aeroplanes was so dangerous, his…

From The Tank Museum: New Chapter In Story Of Tiger 131: Part 4 – 48 Royal Tank Regiment At Point 174

Three days after the attack on Djebbel Djaffa, B Squadron of 48 RTR was detached from 21 Tank Brigade and sent to Guhriatt El Atach,…

From The Tank Museum: New Chapter In Story Of Tiger 131: 3 – Major Lidderdale’s Recovery

The earliest documentary evidence from The Tank Museum Archive on the subject of Tiger 131 tells us that the tank was recovered from the battlefield…

From The Tank Museum: New Chapter In Story Of Tiger 131: Part 1 and 2

New research has added another chapter to the story of The Tank Museum’s most famous exhibit, Tiger 131. British forces disabled the infamous tank in…

From The Tank Museum: North Africa Veteran Reg Hunt Remembers

In June 2017 North Africa veteran Reg Hunt, aged 101, visited The Tank Museum and spoke about his experiences as a soldier before and during…