Discussion in 'Weapons & Technology in WWII' started by Za Rodinu, Sep 3, 2008.
nice image is there any background to it?
It at Mandella Way in london
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Some people have far too much money- it would be far better if it lived in a museum and was restored to function. It will eventually be vandalised.
"Tigers" crossing the Han river. Korean war
Keeping with a movie theme. "Kelly's Heroes" .
Now this is sad .
Another shot of the FT-17 in Afghanistan
Afghan Disston Tractor Tank 1934 Used Post War in Training re-armed with Soviet Heavy Mgs
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What is it with some people and making tanks pink? LOL
I believe it is a combination of gay,anti-war and anarchicist pilosophies- I don't mind what people believe but I really feel it disrespects those who served.
He's another one from Czech republic
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Ex Eygptian Army Js3m
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Gives some idea what it's like in a Stalin tank and this is without ammunition etc.
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P/S the IS3m is not in pink it is just an worn stone coloured camo pattern.
I feel the same way and a very sad end to some of these vehicles.
Jordanian Arab Legion Marmonherrington MkIV A/C circ.1948 Marmon Herrington mk IVs served in South african (Home Forces) during WW2 and were supplied to various countries Post War.
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Char léger modèle 1935 H modifié 39 in Israel
The Egyptians used some M22 Locusts during the 1948 War.
1948 Syrian tank in Degania
hit by anti tank - piat
near the kibutz gate 1948
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Here is one that broke into Negba and is now a memorial. There is a better photo somewhere but at the moment I can't find it.
In 1985 a gunless M22 was found in an Eygptian junk yard, but I don't know if anyone recovered it.