World War I – Battle of Cambrai - Tanks
Feb 17, 2019 · World War I – Battle of Cambrai. The Battle of Cambrai was the first battle in which tanks were deployed en masse in a significant strategic role. In June 1917, Major-General Sir John Capper, administrative commander of the British Tank Corps, and Major John Frederick Charles Fuller began planning a tank attack between St Quentin and Cambrai, in northern France.
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