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World War One saw a dramatic increase in mechanisation use by the military and lead to a lot of Internal combustion engined vehicles being available for civilian use after the war.
Farming also saw increased mechanisation as horses were transferred to the front line and tractors took over on the farm to meet the increased need for 'home grown' food supplies in the UK.
The Tank was tried out on the battle fields of the Some.
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