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  • Very rare British tank mud groucer connector attachment bracket that bolted to a track link recovered from Bourlon Woods the November 1917 battle part of the Allied Cambrai offensive

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    This is a very rare find from the battlefield a British first World War Tank mud groucer connector attachment bracket that bolted to a track link . This is the complete 2 bolt connector plate that bolted a mud groucer to one of the track links heavy lump of metal it is in relic but solid condition it is rusty but not crumbling or braking up it has been very very well cleaned it is 4 half inches long and is lovely for any collection perfect to display. This bracket was recovered in 2013 from Bourlon Woods the November 1917 battle part of the Allied Cambrai offensive. The part comes with a A5 laminated information card.

    British tanks maneuvering trenches during the Battle of Cambrai, the first  use of tanks in mass, 1917 - Rare Historical Photos

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