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Tanks were a British invention. They were supposed to have been named tanks because when they were transported to France they were stored in huge crates and listed on the manifests as �water tanks�. I think they were used at the battle of the somme.  
The term "tank" was a deliberate attempt to conceal the true nature of the weapon.
Did you know that the first operational tanks were Male and Female in design? The males had more guns and the females were somewhat faster, but faster is a relative word as the fastest WW ONE tank could only get up to 5 mph. They also had a bad habit of catching on fire.

The Battle of the Somme is correct and also tanks were first used only to break down barbed wire and breach enemy lines so troops could follow in with little resistance...
Because it is very affective.
Tanks were developed in an attempt to break the trench war stalemate.
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Where was the first World War 1 tank invented?

The development of tanks took place separately in both Britain and France, beginning in late 1914. Experiments in both countries with vehicles running on caterpillar tracks le

What country invented the tank in World War 1?

Many people played an important role in the creation of the tank.  Vehicles very like Tanks (i.e. an armoured body containing armament  and travelling on caterpillar tracks)

Did they use tanks in world war 1?

Yes they did, the first ever tank was used on 15th September 1916, during the battle of the Somme.

What effects did tanks have during World War 1?

In terms of the overall conflict, very little. However, the introduction into warfare of the mechanized fighting machine revolutionized the concept of cavalry, and allowed the

Why did they use tanks in World War 1?

In 1917 both sides had been locked in a stalemate and fighting, the British invented the tank to penetrate German lines and end the stalement, they also used tanks because mas

World War 1 tanks how was it first used?

  Tanks were just used as back ups. Not like todays tanks that are used in the front to push through the lines. Tanks had many flaws still since they were just introduced

Which country first used airplanes in World War 1?

Germany was the first country to use airplanes, but other countries started using that technique after Germany had used airplanes. _ Most countries already had small standi

What country used submarines first in World War 1?

On 6 August 1914, two days after Britain had declared war on Germany, the German U-boats U-5, U-7, U-8, U-9, U-13, U-14, U-15, U-16, U-17, and U-18 sailed from their base in H

How were tanks used in World War 1?

Tanks in WWI were used to break the deadlock of trench warfare. Early tanks were slow and had mechanical problems limiting their effectiveness during WWI. in ww1 tanks were su

What countries had tanks in World War 1?

Germany experimented with some models, but mostly used captured British and French tanks.    The answer to this specific question is: Great Britain, France, Germany, and

Were tanks used during World War 1?

The British were the first to use a tank in World War I, a Mark I,  during the Battle of Flers-Courcellette on 15 September 1916. WWI  was the first war in which tanks were