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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 02 Oct 2017 19:29

Hi all,

An If.12 or If.14 wagon ?? :?

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 08 Oct 2017 12:19

Hi all,

Two another images from Ebay:

Image 1: Hf.7
Image 2: Hf.1 or Hf.2 and If.9 wagons...I think. Note the rear extension on Hf wagons....

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 11 Nov 2017 15:37

Hi all,

An image from Ebay: Any idea ??

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by SIS 5 » 11 Nov 2017 23:27

Hi Sturm 78,

that must be a so called "leichter Fernsprechwagen (Nf. 2) of an artillery unit. On the wagon You can see: Eigengewicht: 340 kg. That´s the empty weight and does fit with the weight of the anterior wagon of this light telephone wagon (source: "Bespannte Fahrzeuge des deutschen Heeres" by Wolfgang Fleischer.

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by SIS 5 » 12 Nov 2017 17:56

Hi,

here a pic of a dramatic situation. Here the text to the pic:
"In the middle of enemy fire - breakdown.
The supply wagon is racing through a village whilst lying under the fire of Soviet artillery. Oh, there a wheel comes off! But the drivers very rapidly fasten it again." (Source: PK-Foto: Schmidt)

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 14 Nov 2017 21:33

Bert wrote
that must be a so called "leichter Fernsprechwagen (Nf. 2) of an artillery unit. On the wagon You can see: Eigengewicht: 340 kg. That´s the empty weight and does fit with the weight of the anterior wagon of this light telephone wagon (source: "Bespannte Fahrzeuge des deutschen Heeres" by Wolfgang Fleischer.
Thanks so much, Bert. It is difficult to ensure but it is possible that you are right...

Any idea about my images posted on 02 Oct ?

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by SIS 5 » 15 Nov 2017 17:28

Hi Sturm 78,

sorry, but I cannot distinguish If. 12 and If. 14.

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 17 Nov 2017 21:12

Thanks, Bert.

Here an image of an If.5 vorderwagen (I thinK)

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 03 Dec 2017 16:52

Hi all,

Hf.1 (I think)

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 15 Dec 2017 15:44

Hi all,

Can somebody identify this WWI-era german horse drawn communications wagon ??

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by tigre » 31 Dec 2017 14:13

Hello to all :D; something more....................

137. Infanterie Division!.

Source: http://www.ebay.de/itm/372005783112?clk ... rmvSB=true

Cheers. Raúl M 8-).

Feliz Año Nuevo - Happy New Year - feliz Ano Novo - gluckliches Neues Jahr - Bonne Année - Felice Anno Nuovo - Szczęśliwego nowego roku!! :thumbsup:
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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by SIS 5 » 16 Jan 2018 20:19

Hi,

here apic of the war reporter Malby. Here the text to the pic:
"The ammunition limbers are there. The shells are unloaded in a feverish haste, which are urgently needed in the fight against the Bolsheviks.

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by SIS 5 » 22 Jan 2018 18:01

Hi,

a question to this horse-drawn ambulance. Is it German or captured? Thanks in advance for any reply.

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by Sturm78 » 10 Feb 2018 12:36

Sorry Bert. I can not help you with your question..

Here, an image from Ebay. A horse drawn wagon with an 7.92mm MG34 Zwillingslafette. Any idea about the wagon ??

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Re: ► Photothread: German horse-drawn wagons

Post by SIS 5 » 17 Feb 2018 13:22

Hi Sturm 78,

this horse drawn wagon is a former If. 3 Maschinengewehrwagen, schwer (machine gun wagon, heavy), modificated into an AA-wagon with a pedestal mount for two machine guns 34, similar to the If. 5.

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