Early Italian Tanks — Weapons and Warfare

Pavesi Autocarro Tagliafili (The Pavesi Wire Cutting Machine) The Italians had, incidentally, shown a very early interest in armored warfare. Just as an Italian plane had, in Libya during the Italo-Turkish war of 1911-12, flown history’s first combat mission by a powered aircraft, the Italians had also been among the first to use armored vehicles, […]

via Early Italian Tanks — Weapons and Warfare.

Nice to see an article about this as early Italian tanks are something I haven’t heard anything about. It also mentions the Italo-Turkish War of 1911-12. I will be doing a follow-up post about the war in the morning.

 

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