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The Netherlands AFV Registers
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Her you can have a pre-look
A friend of a friend works there and so we got this
1drv.ms/XRH3Cu

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From where is that Centurion ?

It is a gift to Poland (anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands by Polish Soldiers) from King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander


twitter.com/mszwinid/s...64/photo/1

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...n_(Poland)

To whcih museum it will go, is for now unknown.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 5:11 pm
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- Michel_Krauss
The new Dutch national Army museum is finished Razz

The first opening weekend will be the 13th & 14th of december 2014

The dutch version of the site gives more information
www.nmm.nl/en/


Some pics taken today before the official opening on the Nationaal Militair Museum by the King:

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Unfortunately I didnĀ“t have the time to see all the exhibits, there are many more vehicles, artillery and aircraft along displayrooms with all sorts of uniforms, equipement & weapons. I plan to go back soon though.
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Hi David
Did you see some german artillery ?
Or do they keep it in the storage rooms

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30125829 is an M4A1(76) built by Pressed Steel Car in December, 1944. We would need a rear view of it please, there were some changes in production that happened this month. A rear view like this :


thanks

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Thanks, looks very promising

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Hi David
Did you see some german artillery ?
Or do they keep it in the storage rooms

Walter


I think they kept that in storage, the artillery I saw was Dutch 1850-1970 mainly. It is possible there is some in one of the rooms I didn't have time to visit, but I don't think so.
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nice photos

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concerning the rear plate of the wrecked M4 Sherman

This is how the rear looks like, it doesn't have the 2 smaller lugs halfway the engine bay hatch
Sorry P-O thoughed you was talking about the lugs under the idler wheel


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the photo is perfect, that's exactly what I needed. I was looking for the lugs under the idler wheel, that's right.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2015 1:55 pm
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Hi David
Did you see some german artillery ?
Or do they keep it in the storage rooms

Walter


Walter, can you send my you e-mail?
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 03, 2015 12:50 am
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The Leopard 2A6 has serialnumber 22037 (a MaK built tank).
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