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Surviving Panzers website
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www.dailyexcelsior.com...ws.htm#top
Valentine in an Indian river!
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Early T54? Looks like the undercut turret type that didn't last very long.

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Hetzer? G-13? Poland.

www.prw.pl/articles/vi...czego-nie-
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Barrel's threaded for a muzzle-brake, so I assume it's a G-13.
What's the other tracked vehicle there?
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Barrel's threaded for a muzzle-brake, so I assume it's a G-13.
What's the other tracked vehicle there?


M5 HST


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That is a Hetzer modified after the war to G-13 standard

it's Ireneusz Hryniak collection, Kawice (Poland)
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Different one than this one in Verkhnyaya Pyshma?


no, for me it is the same vehicle, it was probably repainted.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 3:08 pm
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Oooo%20looky%20here,%20M60,%20Stuart,%20Cromwell%20&%20Valentine. (Ah,%20some%20of%20Hanno's%20photos.)



forum.modelismo-na.net...p;start=30
In Portugal.
Lots of Shermans on page 8&9.
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forum.globus.tut.by/vi...c&start=75

T-44 - unknown location (Belarus)
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 29, 2013 5:35 am
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forum.axishistory.com/...a&start=15

Drive sprocket, bits of track & hull for a Porsche suspensioned Jagdtiger.
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http://forum.globus.tut.by/viewtopic.php?t=1093&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=75

T-44 - unknown location (Belarus)


N 52 05.023 E 023 39.672
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FT- 17 Renault Polish army museum

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:08 am
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T-17 Staghound restoration, UK.
www.shoplandcollection...red-car-m6
Maybe one of the ones on the .pdf?
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Carden-Loyd Mk IV
www.shutterstock.com/p...-park.html

Type 76 AA
www.shutterstock.com/p...9A14D-2-31

??? (what vehicle is that?) and T17 AA in background
www.shutterstock.com/p...0D1A0-6-64

at unknown location in Thailand
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Disston tractor tank – Kabul scrapyard, Kabul (Afghanistan)

testofbattle.com/phpBB...fe29094195

Are there any plans to rescue it ?
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