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Comparison of World War I tanks
also called Comparison of early World War II tanks

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  1. This table compares the characteristics of tanks used in World War I

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  2. WWI Tanks Name Country Year introd

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  3. Prod. total Crew Armament (rds.) Armour thickness (front/side/top) Weight(tonnes) Engine pwr./wt. ratio Speed (km/h) Range Mark I Male UK 1916 75 8 2×57 mm/L40 (6-pounder) 3×MG [6,272 12/10/6 mm 28.4 t Petrol 105 hp (78 kW) 3.7 hp/t 4.5 k

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  4. Germany 1917 20 18 57 mm/L26 6×MG [10,000-15,000 30/20/15 &Dagger

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  5. 32 t 2×100 hp (75 kW) 6.25 hp/t 12 km/h 35 km ;Notes: Tanks planned for production and with completed prototypes during the war, but entered service after it ended

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