Welcome to Episode #36 of The Two Tankers and A Cat Podcast!  Due to its popularity, the Mk.VI was still in operational use at the start of World War II, however, chief tank designer Leslie Little was working on a private project to replace the Mk.VI, which would form the basis for the new Mark. VII Tetrarch. The name ‘Tetrarch’ is the Roman title given to the governor of one of four provinces of territory, or the Greek word for ‘ruler’.  We also talk about Operation Ironclad, where during World War II, the British battle for the island of Madagascar!

Happy Tanking, and Have A Great Week!

Russel & Charlie

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