What is the Mark 1 tank?

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It was the first combat tank. Produced in World War 1 It was the first combat tank. Produced in World War 1

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There were many different people responsible for creating the Mark I Tank. Most were British engineers. The tank first entered battle against the Germans in 1916, at the Battle of Flers-Corselette.

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