The Pocket German Army web site - is accessable!!!

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The Pocket German Army web site - is accessable!!!

Postby Germanicus » 06 Jun 2009 04:28

For those interested in the former site The Pocket German Army web site, can now still access this site, which appears to have disappeared from the web by accessing the following link, the link that use to be utilised

site:users.hunterlink.net.au/~maampo/militaer/milindex.html , appears to be no longer accessable.

Go to the last date on the page and you will be able to utilise the site in it's former glory. This valuable site of the German Army OOB pre 1914 is still alive although archived.

THIS IS THE LINK you need to use.

http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://use ... index.html

I hope this helps those interested in GERMAN ARMY OOB 1914.

respectfully

Germanicus

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Re: The Pocket German Army web site - is accessable!!!

Postby Xavier » 06 Jun 2009 16:08

do you, by chance, have foudn the archives of the former AFV interiors website?
the address was, if I recall correclty, www.afvinteriors.com
I am mostly interested in the Panzer "Maus" interiors
thanks in advance
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Re: The Pocket German Army web site - is accessable!!!

Postby Germanicus » 11 Jun 2009 15:37

Dear Xavier

This was the the correct link to, www.afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/

Not the one you posted by your good self. Now I don't know if it has actually reached the web archiver and one of the reasons maybe due to this comment I found on another forum......

http://www.steelbeasts.com/sbforums/arc ... -3419.html

AFV Interiors is apparently the victim of its own success. Seems the various hosts were under the impressuion that the site wouldn't generate much traffic, it was okay to host them for free under that assumption since the anticipated load wouldn't be very high. When they found themselves dealing with 60GB/month data loads, they learned otherwise. [/b]

The actuall link for the Maus was http://afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com/maus/maus4.html

Now there was a Doug Kibbey who states he downloaded just about evrything from afvinteriors on another forum and his email address is screwspammers@random.com

However you may wish to check this link http://planetarmor.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5029

As it has the full section on the Stug 3. from afvinteriors.hobbyvista.com

Now the presenter of this link at http://planetarmor.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5029

May have the actuall pages you require, his name is James Tainton and he can be contacted on

lavatiger869@hotmail.com

Or if the owner of afvinteriors, the site, is still alive and active, he maybe able to send you the information on the MAUS at, m.s.kendall@worldnet.att.net

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Re: The Pocket German Army web site - is accessable!!!

Postby Xavier » 11 Jun 2009 19:05

thanks a lot !!!
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Re: The Pocket German Army web site - afv interiors

Postby pdonovan » 21 Aug 2009 11:12

hello. just joined to post on this topic

the majority of the pages from this great but gone website are still available on emule as (converted from html) pdf files.
have to download emule and install it, but its a tiny program and pretty darn useful software anywiz.
just search for afv interiors in document setting on emule search tab.

not having had the pleasure of being one of the over 2 million visitors (according to the hitcounter) to the old website
dont know how much might be missing from emule but whats available looks pretty comprehensive to me.

downloading them now myself.....

patrick from ireland


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