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Tank Mk IV Female

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Mark V 'Hermaphrodite' (or 'Composite') Tank. The entry/exit doors can be seen below the "female" sponson.
 The "Female" tank was a type of armoured fighting vehicle deployed during the First World War that carried multiple machine guns, instead of the mix of machine guns and cannons mounted by the original Mark I tank.The prototype, nicknamed "Mother", and the first production models of what would become referred to as the Mark I were designed to carry two six-pounder guns and three machine-guns. Lieutenant-Colonel Ernest Swinton expressed the fear that tanks armed in such a way might be unable to protect themselves from attacks by large numbers of enemy infantry. 
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