Last episode we discussed a bit about the early developments of the tank before it went into battle in September 1916. This included the early designs and changes to what would become known as the tank, some of the production difficulties, and then how they were sent to the front. This episode we will carry forward that story as we look at the contribution of the tanks for the rest of the war. This will include a bit of battlefield performance, but I would like to remind everyone that battlefield information is not the purpose of these episodes so we will not be really focusing on that. Also, before we dive in here, I have to be honest, while I have the next 6 months or so of premium episodes planned out, I need ideas, topics, and questions to dig into. So if you have anything that you want to hear about, even if it sounds small, it may turn into far more than you expect.
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