The brickwork masonry, especially walls, often shows cracking ought to differential settlements and excessive deflections of the slabs. In these circumstances the cracks are induced by a combination of tensile and shear stresses, under static loading. Until now the study of the brickwork masonry failure under static loading has been focussed on the compression and compression/shear failure mechanisms, and minor effort has been devoted to study the tensile/ shear failure (mixed mode I/II fracture) [
]. This is the reason because there are not enough experimental data for a good knowledge of the mixed mode fracture of the brickwork masonry. The experimental results are needed for a better knowledge of the failure mechanisms of the brickwork masonry under tensile/shear loading and to supply a benchmark to validate the analytical and numerical models for the mixed mode fracture of the brickwork masonry.