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Wartime pioneers and innovation
Home to the rifle used by the British Army throughout WW1
The little known home of the first tanks
Developing items to help rehabilitate servicemen who had lost a hand or arm
Rachel Parsons was the director of her father’s factory during WW1
Vickers engineering has dominated underwater technology for a hundred years
The prototype tractors that based the design of the tank
The grate that led to a lucrative enterprise
G2 - John Logie Baird, who invented television, created the Baird Undersock
The Marconi Transmitting Station played a crucial role during WW1, transmitting messages.
DD1 1DA - In 1918 Julian the Tank came to Dundee to raise money for the war effort.
School children were asked to collect conkers to create a vital war weapon
Clydach’s nickel refinery, a key supplier of an ingredient for tanks and battleships.
The bus operator who invented ‘gas bags’ to keep his vehicles on the road
The Vickers machine gun, a key component of the British Army, fired 500 rounds per min.
How superpowers used technology to gain the upper handby spying on each other
British defences had the upper hand at the Battle of Jutland
The airship base used for patrolling and training parachutists to descend from airships
Hawkcraig in Fife was the location of the hydrophonetraining station, HMS Tarlair.
The top secret mission to invent a military tank was carried out in a Lincoln hotel
World famous whistle manufacturers to signal danger during the war
John Scott Haldane, the Oxford scientist behind the invention of the gas mask
A terracotta company that produced acid resistant containers to store war explosives
The training ground for the new tank unit that changed modern warfare
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