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The Infantry Tank Mk IV or "Churchill" was an infantry tank that was used by Great Britain during WWII. The first production model of the Churchill series was the Mk I. It had a Bedford Flat 12 engine that was capable of propelling it at speeds of up to 25 km/h. The armament of the Churchill consisted of single 40 mm main gun and a secondary 76mm howitzer. Additionally mounted was a defensive 7.92 Besa machine gun.
The total length of the Churchill Mk I was 7.3 meters while the total weight of the Mk I was about 34,473 kilograms. The maximum range of the Churchill was about 144.8 km.