The Infantry Tank IV Churchill was a heavy British infantry tank of the Second World War, best known for its heavy armour and its use as the basis of many specialist vehicles. This series of tanks was named after the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill.
Churchill tanks at Dieppe, August 1942.
Churchill in action
Churchill Mk. IV
Churchill Mk. VII
A Churchill tank of 7th Royal Tank Regiment, 31st Tank Brigade, supporting infantry of 8th Royal Scots during Operation 'Epsom', 28 June 1944.
A Churchill tank in the shattered village of Maltot, 26 July 1944.
Churchill Crocodile in action, Aug 1944.
Churchill Crocodile, 25 Aug 1944.
Churchill Crocodile, close-up of the flame projector.
Tractor towing a trailer loaded with a Churchill tank during preparations for crossing the Rhine, 23 March 1945.