History of War

DEBORAH D51

Source:   The remains of D51 Deborah in Flesquières just after the war. This photo was a treasured keepsake for her commander Frank Heap. Copyright the Heap family  

John Taylor is author of Deborah And The War Of The Tanks , available from Pen & Sword

Deborah D51 was one of 36 fighting tanks from D Battalion of the Tank Corps

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