O'Grady, James, 1882?-1956 :From a "push" to a pull 
Shows a British tank (probably a Mark IV or Mark V) towing a German Hagen tank on a flat road. In the foreground are rows of barbed wire, and in the background are the huts of a military camp
The Hagen tank was one of a limited number of A7V tanks put into use in 1918. The one shown may be the one listed having "lost at Fremicourt 31 August 1918" (See website at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A7V, retrieved 8 September 2009). Fremicourt is in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais area. The web page states that the tank "was as slow as other tanks of the day, but had very poor off-road capability and was prone to getting stuck".
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Physical Description: Pencil drawing, 126 x 198 mm.
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Format: 1 drawing(s), Works of art, Pencil works, Sketches, Pencil drawing, 126 x 198 mm., Orientation: Horizontal imageSee original record
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