Churchill Mk.III
Churchill Mk III
General Historical Information
Place of origin Great Britain
Designer Harland and Wolff
Vauxhall Motors
Manufacturer Vauxhall Motors
Produced In 1941 - 1945
Category Medium Tank
Infantry Tank
Debut in FHSW Debut in FH mod
Speed 25 km/h
Armour Churchill armour
Main armament 57mm Ordnance QF 6 pounder
(84 rounds)
Coaxial weapon 7.92 mm Besa mg
(150 rounds)
General Ingame Information
Used by Great Britain
Crew in‑game 3
Seat 2 Smoke Grenade
Seat 3 7.92 mm Besa mg
(250 rounds)
Seat 4 Passenger Seat
Seat 5 Passenger Seat
Historical Picture
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The ugly (Quote by Sir Winston Churchill) British Churchill (Named after John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough) was a heavy infantry tank that came into service in 1941. It was large, well armed, well protected, and would spawn many Churchill-based variants later in the war. In 1942, six Mk. IIIs were sent to help fight the Germans in North Africa. Armed with 6-pounder main guns, the tanks of "KingForce" were reportedly able to hold out and only sustained minor damage from anti-tank guns. The Mk.III would be later replaced by the more numerous Mk.IV variant, but not before the Mk.III would be credited with capturing the first Tiger tank for the western Allies.