Hull photos from WW1 Hull’s Tank Bank. One of six Mark IV WW1 tanks that toured British Cities to promote the sale of War Bonds and saving Certificates. The tank would be accompanied by soldiers and artillery guns, sometimes an aeroplane would drop pamphlets over the town or city prior to the tanks appearance exhorting the people to invest. The tank would usually put on a show for the crowds in order to demonstrate its capabilities. The tanks were named after Admirals. The Hull Tanks was called “Nelson”, and a raised massive £2,186,820 in Hull. Campbell Street, Hull – WW1 bomb damage, Hull 1915 UC 59 which was WW1 which surrendered and was broken up in the Firth of Forth. It has a boom cutter on the bow. WW1 bomb damage in Clarence Street, Hull Hull Soldiers Club, Beverley Road Baths, WW1 Hull Wainfleet Terrace WW1 Street Shrine, Hull Paragon Square Memorial Hull WW1 Worker, at Sisson’s factory, Hull Zeppelin Raids. Humber Street, Hull 1915 “Lancashire Fusiliers in Hull 1914” Hull Reception procession for victims of the E13 atrocity 1915 Hull and Barnsley Railway Staff Air Raid damage, Humber Street, Hull Driver, Ernest Filby, RFA Hull’s WW1 National Kitchen. Zeppelin raid, Market Place Hull, June 1915 WW1 Workers, at Sisson’s factory, Hull Hood Street, Hull WW1 recruitment Staff. Hull City Hall Smouldering remains of Edwin Davis Store following WW1 Zeppelin Raid, Market Place June 1915 Newton’s Entry, Salthouse Lane, Hull Hull Armistice party, held in Roberts Terrace, Marmaduke Street, 11th November 1918 WW1 Worker, at Sisson’s factory, Hull Bright Street WW1 bomb damage, Hull 1915 Lunham’s Buildings, Osborne Street, Hull 1914 Hull Cenotaph. Armistice Day Porter Street, Hull: Night of Bombardment In June 1915, Hull experienced its first and deadliest Zeppelin raid. Alexandra Dock, Hull, during the First World War Hull Soldier’s Club, Beverley Road Baths, WW1 Hull High Street WW1 bomb damage, Hull 1915.