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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2008 1:51 pm
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New file :

Tankettes, light and medium tanks : Carden-Lloyd Mk IV to Mk VI b tankettes, Vickers-Carden-Lloyd Model 1933, 1934, 1936 and 1937, Light Tank Mk IIA and Mk VI, Light Tank Mk VII Tetrarch, Vickers 6-Ton Tank, Vickers Medium Tank Mk I and Mk II

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Thanks Taranov, the updates have been done. Where did you find all the info regarding the marks of the various tanks?

As you may have seen, there are new registers :

Cruiser tanks : Mk I (A9), Mk II (A10), Mk III (A13), Covenanter (A13 Mk III), Crusader (A15), Cavalier (A24), Centaur (A27L), Cromwell (A27M), Challenger (A30)

WW2 tanks prototypes : Vickers A1E1 Independent, Vickers D3E1 Wheel Track Tank, L1E3 Amphibious Tank, TOG 2 Heavy Tank, Excelsior Heavy Assault Tank (A33), Valiant Infantry Tank (A38), Tortoise Heavy Assault Tank (A39), Black Prince Infantry Tank (A43)

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Cruiser tanks:

Bovington - Cruiser Tank Mk.III*, uparmored version
Bovington - Crusader III
El Alamein - Crusader III
Saumur - Crusader III AA Mk.III
Bovington - Crusader III AA Mk.III turret
Bovington - Cromwell IV
Kubinka - Cromwell VII
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Comments about Matilda

Matilda I #2 - it's also Bovington tank, but not for public. Used only in Tankfest.

IWM - Matilda IV
Saumur - Matilda III
Latrun - Matilda III
Littlefield - Matilda IV
APG - Matilda IIa
Borden - Matilda IIa
Parramata - Matilda IV CS
Private collection - Matilda IV CS
Singleton - Matilda IV
Bovington - Matilda III
Brussels - Matilda III
Kubinka - Matilda IV CS
BTW almost all australian Matilda - Matilda IV Wink


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2008 10:26 pm
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OK, I'will change the others. For the one in Bergen, I found a photo were you can see the tank in the background. Btw the Sherman is also not on this spot anymore. Were they are gone, I don't know.
Thanks!

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- L.Delsing

Latrun, ISRAELComet


More likely a Charioteer or a Cromwell, I think. No Comet there..

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BELSEN, NIEDERSACHSEN, GERMANYHohne Camp
This one is now gone
Comet mk.1 GBR

Gone ?? where ??

- L.Delsing
HOROTIU, NEW ZEALANDAt a place that sell water tanks
Comet?

It's indeed a Valentine tank from 1942,; I found a photo there :
http://www.mandm.co.nz/stock.php?category=4&xid=6e8a84d36470f3602772a6bd24ca4f8d#

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LISBOA, PORTUGAL2nd (PRT) Lancers barracks
Comet? PRT MG5553? re sep04


I'll have a look for this one.

Matilda register published at :

http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_Matildas.pdf

There may be some mistakes in this register because I can't make the difference between a Matilda II, III or IV ..

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2008 1:55 pm
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Hello Pierre-Olivier
I had the same as you, plus the ones below

Best regards,
Lesley

HOROTIU, NEW ZEALANDAt a place that sell water tanks
Comet?

BELSEN, NIEDERSACHSEN, GERMANYHohne Camp
This one is now gone
Comet mk.1 GBR

LISBOA, PORTUGAL2nd (PRT) Lancers barracks
Comet? PRT MG5553? re sep04

Londen, GBRRoyal Hospital Road Chelsea, national army museum
Comet mk. GBR pre -

Latrun, ISRAELComet
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New section : British WW2 tanks

New PDf file : Comet Cruiser tanks A34

http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_Comets.pdf

And I'm sure I missed some !!

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Yes this is not simple but mayby this web could help www.clubhyper.com/refe...5bg_2.html

BTW List with war T-34/85 preserved in Poland I can prepared
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Hello,

I don't intend to list the T-34-85 tanks for now, because they are too numerous.

Maybe you should to do list with T-34-85 only from war production?


I don't know how to recognize the war-time production T-34/85s. IS there a way to easily recognize them?

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- the_shadock
Hello,

I don't intend to list the T-34-85 tanks for now, because they are too numerous.

Maybe you should to do list with T-34-85 only from war production?
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New material on the website :

A synthetic list of all the tanks listed in the PDF documents is now available in a .xls format (can be read by Excel or others spreadsheets applications). With this document, you can now easily download the full list (the file is not as big as the PDF docs), and sort the tanks by model, by location and by country (with filters). The document can be downloaded there. Any comment in order to improve the document is the most welcome.
(The Panzer big parts are not listed yet)

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Hello,

I don't intend to list the T-34-85 tanks for now, because they are too numerous. And I think that I have near to all the T-34/76 that still exist.. anyway thanks for helping.
The T-34/76 that was in Gdansk Westerplatte was removed recently and it is now at Lubuskie Military Museum, Drzonów (Poland).

Pierre-Olivier

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 31, 2007 5:47 pm
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Preserved T-34s

To supplement this list as well as “Preserved Tanks in Russia� by Trevor Larkum and James Kinnear, T-34-85s in Kiev, Zaporozhe, Rostov-on-Don, Kuybyshevo, Aksai, Yekaterinburg, Volgograd, Yakutsk, Kursk, Snegiri (is it still there?) or Khabarovsk spring to my mind as well as those numerous in Austria (partly ex Soviet, ex Austrian Army), at Wejherowo, Koszalin, 4 on plinths in Wroclaw, 2 in Drawsko Pomorskie, Slupsk, Pila, Czarnkow, Miroslawiec, Bydgoszcz, Lodz, all Poland, Bucharest, Rumania, or at the Dukla Pass in Slovakia.
T-34s (76-mm) were furthermore found in Volgograd, Perm (that with the welded-on 85mm barrel) (Russia) or in Bondarevka (Ukraine), then there are actually two T34s in Gdansk (at the Westerplatte and in Wrzeszcz), in Poland just to mention a few. With some digging numerous others will come up, but now I have to go celebrating.

S novym godom! Happy New Year! Frohes Neues Jahr! And all the best to all of you! God bless you!
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Russian T-26 m1931, m1932, m1933, m1938, m1939, TT-26 tanks, OT-130 (Flamethrower) :

http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_T26.pdf

Now all the WW2 tanks are listed, except the T-34/85 and the IS-3 (however I don't know if the IS-3 could be considered as a WW2 tank..).
The lists were also rearranged, so that I am able to list some unique tanks (T-35, T-46, SU-100Y) without having to do a special list for them.

In January will be published some PDF files listing British WW2 tanks..

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