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Yes, dear Jan-Hendrik, you are right.Jan-Hendrik wrote:Is this the Becker from the famous "Baustab Becker" ??
Congratulation. Our teamwork is very fructifying and satisfying. Zu neuen Ufern lockt ein neuer Tag ...Jan-Hendrik wrote:Tried to create an "bio" ...
Done on page 2 ofDieter Zinke wrote:Yes, dear Jan-Hendrik, you are right.Jan-Hendrik wrote:Is this the Becker from the famous "Baustab Becker" ??
I have to update the sticky as soon as possible.
Ich bin gespannt wie ein Flitzebogen. My curiosity is increasing againJan-Hendrik wrote:8) As a friend of mine from Krefeld told me this weekend Volkmann & Co. does still exist ! I will try to contact them . Maybe they can tell something about postwar life of Becker.
Hallo mjölnir,mjölnir wrote:October 1st, 1942: He visits with GFM Rommel new weapons in the garden of the Reichskanzlei. The named weapons are Sturmgeschütz and "Tiger"-tank. Perhaps there were also Becker's tanks. mjölnir
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