UK had to rely primarily on ochre clay pigments in WW1, hence why we're talking about greeny-brown. WW1 British Naval gun mounted on a railway truck, vintage photograph from 1914 A staff car, other vehicles and columns of British troops add to the congestion on a country road at Fricourt near the Somme Front in October 1916. PV16C M1918 Three Ton Tank (1/100) $ 12.00 by Arctic Skunk. This is a list of combat vehicles of World War I, including conceptual, experimental, prototype, training and production vehicles.The vehicles in this list were either used in combat, produced or designed during the First World War. Chrome pigments were in very short supply in WW1, as again in WW2. World War One saw the start of modern armoured warfare with an emphasis on using motor vehicles to provide support to the infantry. 1/220 scale WW1 light trucks $ 11.68 by Forpost D6. The British Army used a variety of standardized battle uniforms and weapons during World War I.According to the British official historian Brigadier James E. Edmonds recorded in 1925, "The British Army of 1914, was the best trained best equipped and best organized British Army ever sent to war". The word 'tank' comes from a code word used to keep the development a secret. In October 1918, the first of these trucks reached France, and by war's end more than 8000 had reached that destination. The rugged trucks, utilizing available parts and easy to maintain, buttressed the entire war effort. PV12 M1917 Six Ton Tank (37mm Cannon) (1/48) $ 34.63 by Arctic Skunk. The Mark 1 Tank entered service in August 1916; it had been developed by the British Army during the First World War, and was the world's first combat tank. Truck manufacturers in 1918 had produced ten times the number of trucks … The first trucks didn’t make it to French shores until October 4th of 1918. Because WWI had already started in Europe several years before, the isolated Americans were free to develop this vehicle for years in … PV26C Mack Bulldog Model AC (1/87) $ 26.00 by Arctic Skunk. In WW2 we had reddish pigment as a by-product of aluminium production, leading to the adoption of SCC2 and 1A browns for a couple of years. Bedford RL, 1963, a British military medium lorry or truck, at Aldershot Military Museum in Hampshire, UK A US Army military vehicle at a rally in York. World War 1 Models and Model Kits. Pattern 1920 AC 1/87 $ 16.49 by Giorgio's Models. So no strong greens. Besides the light Ford Model T based trucks, the US military also used Liberty trucks with 3 to 5-ton payloads, specially designed and built for the war. This list includes military trucks, are in production for 2014. 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