Dariusz Prażmowski

Dariusz Prażmowski

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Credit card sized multi-tool. 40 tools in a beautifully crafted, stainless steel EDC wallet card w/removable money clip. TSA compliant.

Mike Scully is raising funds for Lever Gear Toolcard- 40 Tools in 1 Slim Card & Money Clip on Kickstarter! 40 tools in a beautifully crafted, stainless steel EDC wallet card w/removable money clip.

WW1 by Numerius, via Flickr - Primitive communication. WW I

WW1 by Numerius, via Flickr - Primitive communication. WW I

Did you know that the Ukraine has TWO Mark V tanks??

These two Mark V Composite Hermaphrodite Tanks were restored in the Luhansk Railway department repair factory They had been left rusting in local vil

Did you know that the Ukraine has TWO Mark V tanks??

These two Mark V Composite Hermaphrodite Tanks were restored in the Luhansk Railway department repair factory They had been left rusting in local vil

In 1916, the Mechanical Warfare Supply Department opened secret experimental grounds for tanks at Dollis Hill in north west London. With the aim of breaking the stalemate of trench warfare, the armoured vehicles made their first appearance, on the Somme, in September that same year.

In 1916, the Mechanical Warfare Supply Department opened secret experimental grounds for tanks at Dollis Hill in north west London. With the aim of breaking the stalemate of trench warfare, the armoured vehicles made their first appearance, on the Somme, in September that same year.

Gun Carrier Mark I was the first project of self propelled artilery...

Gun Carrier Mark I, the world’s first self-propelled artillery piece, mounting either a field gun or a 26 cwt howitzer.

Mepisto arrives at Brisbane Australia.

Mepisto arrives at Brisbane Australia.

Interior of the captured German tank A7V 542 "Elfriede" showing the position of one of the 7.92-mm MG.08 machine guns. It was captured by 'A' Coy 1st Battalion Royal Tank Corps, at the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux, 24th April 1918 (Photo source - © IWM Q 29585) (Colourised by Doug)

Interior of the captured German tank 542 "Elfriede" showing the position of one of the machine guns. It was captured by 'A' Coy Battalion Royal Tank Corps, at the Battle of Villers-Bretonneux, April 1918 (Photo source - © IWM Q (Colourised by Doug)