British Tanks of World War 2

Type in the name or nickname of British tanks used during WW2. Prototypes and blueprints not included.
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Last updated: October 31, 2012
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Type of Tank
Answer
Light
Light Tanks Mark I-VI
Light
Mark VII Tetrarch
Light
Mark VIII A25
Light
Vickers 6 ton type B
Medium
Medium Tank Mark 2
Medium
Sherman Firefly
Medium
General Grant
Medium
M4 Sherman
Cruiser
Cruiser Tanks Mark I-IV
Cruiser
Mark V Covenanter
Cruiser
Mark VI Crusader
Cruiser
Mark VII Cavalier
Cruiser
Mark VIII Cromwell
Type of Tank
Answer
Cruiser
Mark VIII Centaur
Cruiser
Challenger
Cruiser
Comet
Cruiser
Centurion
Infantry
Mark I and II Matilda
Infantry
Mark III Valentine
Infantry
Mark IV Churchill
SPG
Bishop
SPG
Deacon
SPG
Sexton
Tank Destroyer
Achilles
Tank Destroyer
Archer
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Level 57
Nov 18, 2015
Went through the Cruisers from mk 1-4 and none were accepted. Maybe have 'Cruiser' as a valid answer or 'Cruiser mark x'
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Level 63
Jun 19, 2020
The deacon is not a tank, a tank MUST have tracks in order to be classified as a tank. The vickers 6-ton was only used by the UK as a training tank, and they only had 4. The Mark VIII A25 did not see combat, and none were put into service. The Centurion was not in service in 1945, only in 1946 and onward. Including the M4 Sherman suggests that all the lend-lease vehicles would be on the quiz, which they are not, probably because they were American and not British. The Medium Tank Mark 2 is an unnecessary mention as it did not see action in WW2 and were in low numbers as production of them had stopped before 1939.