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new Daimler Mk II Armoured Car – Unknown location (Sri Lanka)

220.247.214.182/slac/afvs.php

220.247.214.182/slac/i...FVS/23.jpg
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2015 11:19 am
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Pierre i don't see this Sherman Duplex drive in your Pdf file?

Looking at the flag i would say Pakistan.
They only painted is upside down.

www.flickr.com/photos/...[email protected]/

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It is Jaisalmer War Museum, Jaisalmer (India)

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...War_Museum
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this is a very nice find !!! thanks a lot

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This is a new register :
http://the.shadock.free.fr/Surviving_M4A1_76_VVSS_Shermans.pdf

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A little the additional information for the Soviet registers:

T-50 – Finnish Armour Museum, Parola (Finland)

Serial Number K-11217 (July 1941). The tank belonged to 2nd tank regiment of 1st tank division.The tank has been lost in battles around Petrozavodsk on 24th July 1941. (The first battle loss of tanks T-50). The additional armour is installed by Finns. It was used by the Finnish army with Registration number R-110 "Niki", after Ps. 183-1.


T-50 – Kubinka Tank Museum (Russia)

Serial Number K-11232 (Aug. 1941). The tank was used in battles near Moscow in the autumn of 1941 as a part of 150th tank brigade of operative group of general Yermakov.
After a major repair the tank was used in battles in the North Caucasus in the end of 1942 as a part of 488th separate tank batallion.


KV-1S – Parfino, Novgorod Oblast (Russia)

It is a plant configuration. In autumn of 1942 had been produced 70 KV-1S in this configuration (with hull KV-1).
Possibly, the tank belonged to 12th Guards heavy tank regiment which was at war in this region in the beginning of 1943.


KV-85 – Avtovo, St.-Petersburg, Leningrad Oblast (Russia)

The chassis of the second exemplar of KV-1S (Serial Number 15002) with Turret of IS-1.
It is original configuration of Object 239. Available course machine gun should not be. Actually the machine-gun hole has been closed up by means of welding.
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Interesting album, with Lebanese Army Charioteer and Staghound:
www.flickr.com/photos/...6179586205
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hello,

I've done the T-50 and KV-1 update, thanks.
Massimo, great gallery, thanks.

Pierre-Olivier

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M31 Tank Recovery Vehicles register

the.shadock.free.fr/Su...31_TRV.pdf
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PZKpfv IV - Etimesgut Tank Müzesi, Ankara (Turkey) forum.worldoftanks.eu/...-ler-hk%2F
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Hello,

here is the M4(105) VVSS and M4A3(105) VVSS Sherman register :
the.shadock.free.fr/Su...ermans.pdf

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This Pz I ausf B was in saumur last summer (not sure if it's still there). It's a loan from Munster.
Seems to me it's missing from the PDF. The one listed in Munster is a different tank, an ausf A, so I wonder if this ausf B has been under the radar for so many years...

Pz I B by Massimo Foti, on Flickr
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Why do you think this is Ausf.B Massimo ?
To me it looks the same as in Munster Ausf.A with same 4 roadwheels
Not 5 wheels as on Ausf.B

Walter
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You are totally right Walter, it's an ausf A!
I guess I need more sleep Laughing

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well, few years ago I thought it was a Panzer II.

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