Colour plates of the AFVs once used by Chinese army in WWII!

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Colour plates of the AFVs once used by Chinese army in WWII!

Post by ancientcoins » 24 Aug 2006 12:27

I have found this good post in a Chinese website:
http://sonicbbs.eastday.com/topicdispla ... ID=1021274
one sample picture: :D
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Re: Colour plates of the AFVs once used by Chinese army in W

Post by Hans S » 24 Aug 2006 13:14

Thanks!

There are a couple I don't recognize and my Chineese is, ehrrm, rusty :lol:

If you have some spare time I would appreciate if you translated the names of the last five armoured cars - please?

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Post by tonyh » 24 Aug 2006 16:59

Image

This one is great. Looks like something from Judge Dredd or something.


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Post by ancientcoins » 25 Aug 2006 02:25

Four-wheeled armoured vehicle made in China
From the middle of the 1930s till the end of the Sino-Japanese War,and even in the civil war,the Kuo-Min-Tang government has produced many four-wheeled armoured vehicles of this kind based on the chassis of the Dodge jeep imported from the United States.This vehicle is equipped with 2 to 3 7.62mm light machine guns.It has been widely used in the entire battlefield of the Sino-Japanese War and finally in the civil war.
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Post by ancientcoins » 25 Aug 2006 02:34

Six-wheeled armoured vehicle made in China
This one is built on the chassis of the GMC truck,and has equipped with a 37mm gun and 2 machine guns,which was widely used by the Guangzhou National government and other warlords in China.
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Post by ancientcoins » 25 Aug 2006 02:52

Six-wheeled armoured vehicle
This one is also built on the chassis of the GMC truck,which has 2 machine gun turrets carrying 2 7.62mm light machine guns.It was equipped by the Nanjing National government at the beginning of 1930s.
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Post by ancientcoins » 25 Aug 2006 03:01

Six-wheeled armoured vehicle made in China
For the lack of armoured vehicles,the Kuo-Min-Tang government produced some new six-wheeled armoured vehicles in 1942 to reinforce its fighting power.It is a little different from the former one.
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Post by ancientcoins » 25 Aug 2006 03:08

Ten-wheeled armoured vehicle made in China
The Nanjing National government has imported some GMC ten-wheeled trucks from the United States in the middle of 1930s,and then produced some ten-wheeled armoured vehicles on the chassis of the GMC trucks.Those vehicles have different figures and equipments such as 37mm guns or Maxim heavy machine guns.They have seen in action in the Sino-Japanese war and later in the civil war.
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Post by Hans S » 25 Aug 2006 09:25

Many thanks ancientcoins!

If you do you have more, like photos, I would really like to see that.

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Post by ancientcoins » 26 Aug 2006 05:27

@Hans S:
Photos are coming :D
from:http://sonicbbs.eastday.com/topicdispla ... ID=1162503
You may have a look!
But another post with more photos can not be found at this moment :oops:

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Post by Hans S » 28 Aug 2006 16:10

Once again many thanks ancientcoins! The more photos the better :D

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Post by ancientcoins » 20 Oct 2006 02:25

More photos are coming,enjoy it!!I have been busy with the celebrating ceremony of the 50th anniversary of the founding of our university for 1 month,sorry.
http://sonicbbs.eastday.com/topicdispla ... cID=718606

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Post by Ardee » 20 Oct 2006 07:16

Hi ancient coins,

Great images! Is there anyway to find out what the names/designations were of these vehicles (in English?)

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Post by Alex Yeliseenko » 20 Oct 2006 13:19

Tanks of series BT never were on sale to China. China could not have these tanks. Only Т-26.

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