A Rolls Royce Meteor Engine - a stripped down Merlin aircraft engine (the supercharger remove), but the Meteor engine was still capable of producing 600 bhp from the 27 litre V12. The engine went on to power Cromwell, Comet and Centurion tanks as well numerous other vehicles
1918 Mark V Tank Interior - World War One When the British tanks appeared out of nowhere in 1918 the German soldiers were petrified and helpless. ... The tanks were pretty effective. ... But the Germans soon developed defences and then their own tanks.
-A9 Cruiser MK I.- Much was learned during the development of previous British tank endeavors and these qualities were collected and implemented throughout the Vickers proposal. With the deteriorating situation in Europe, there was much attention now being given to strengthening the firepower of the British military. The A9 - known formally as the "Cruiser Tank Mk I" - became the first British-designed tank to sport its main armament in a centrally positioned traversing turret.