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Wild Wild West - Another Historical Problem
From its appearance on, Loveless refers to his smaller weapon as a "tank." While it may qualify as what we would call a tank, that term wasn't used until World War I and comes from hiding them as "water tanks" to conceal what they really were from the enemy during building and shipping.
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J.Q. Publik on 03-13-2001
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Steve Crow writes:
Well, it's possible Loveless coined the term himself. Obviously we didn't have robot tarantulas in the "real" history, so a little variation is possible tech- and terminology-wise. If he invented a tech in the 1880's, why couldn't he call it a "tank" in the 1880's? But I believe _other_ characters call it a "tank" as well. How would they know what Loveless calls it, or just happen to come up with the same name?
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