This photograph shows an armoured Ehrhardt car, designed in Germany, and able to have up to three machine guns on board. Despite this, they were used mainly for domestic police duties. The photograph is taken from a manual about the mechanics, maintenance and operation of military vehicles.
- Article by:
- Paul Cornish
- The war machine
Senior Curator Paul Cornish looks at the developments in weaponry technology and strategy that led to the modern warfare of World War One, which was characterised by deadly new weapons, trench deadlocks, and immense numbers of casualties.