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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 10 Mar 19, Sunday

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Two 6-pounder (57-mm) 6 cwt QF guns with 207 rounds;four .303 in (7.7-mm) Hotchkiss Mk 1 Machine GunFemale:


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The British Mark V tank[note 1] was an upgraded version of the Mark IV tank. It was first deployed in 1918, used in action during the closing months of World War I, and in the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War on the White Russian side, and by the Red Army, after they were captured.[5] The tank was improved in several aspects, chiefly the new steering system and engine, but it fell short in other areas such as mechanical reliability and its insufficient ventilation.[6] However, the Mark V was successful, especially given its limited service history, and primitive design.

The Mark V was, at first, intended to be a completely new design of tank, of which a wooden mock-up had been completed; however, when the new engine and transmission originally planned for the Mark IV became available in December 1917, the first, more advanced Mark V design was abandoned to avoid disrupting production.[5] The designation “Mark V” was switched to an improved version of the Mark IV, equipped with the new systems. The original design of the Mark IV was to have been a large improvement on the Mark III, but had been scaled back due to technical delays. The Mark V thus turned out very similar to the original design of the Mark IV – i.e. a greatly modified Mark III.[1]

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