The British infantry tanks were used to support infantrymen in operations. They were heavily armored but with limited maneuverability. The Matilda II was the main infantry tank used by the British at the start of WWII. The German 88 mm anti-aircraft gun was the only weapon that could penetrate its armor. This tank also saw service with the Soviet army.
Main gun: QF 2 pounder gun
Operational range: 257km