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The Matilda: The British Tank That Terrorized the Nazis

Warfare History Network History, Africa The infantry Matilda tank added weight to the Commonwealth units in North Africa. The origins of the Matilda Tank or “I” Tank date back to 1934, when Maj. Gen. Percy C.S. Hobart, then the Inspector, Royal Tank Corps (RTC), itemized the features of a new infantry support weapon that would be “moderately well-armoured and equipped with a machine gun, available in large numbers to swamp the enemy defences; or a larger type, mounting a cannon and armoured sufficiently to be proof against field artillery.
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