Panzerzug 601

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Panzerzug 601

Postby otis68 » 12 Jan 2018 21:17

Good afternoon. I apologize for my English because I write on this forum using an automatic translator.I am interested in the armored train 601. According to my given he covered the retreat of echelon engineering parts Todd. I will be glad of any information on this train. What equipment could take engineering Todd to cover the train has allocated the train.
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Re: Panzerzug 602

Postby hucks216 » 13 Jan 2018 10:51

I can't find any mention of '602' in German Armoured Trains by Wolfgang Sawodny. The highest number found in the book is '601'.

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Re: Panzerzug 602

Postby otis68 » 13 Jan 2018 21:08

Good afternoon. Today I took another look at their materials and were greatly annoyed by his mistake . I'm interested in the train № 601, which accompanied the train with the sapper part, breaking in January 1945. From Deutsch-Eylau in Rosenberg and then to Marienburg.
Why to cover the engineer parts were used train. That this secret may take the engineers from Konigsberg

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Re: Panzerzug 601

Postby hucks216 » 13 Jan 2018 21:17

Unfortunately the book mentioned above has very little information on '601'. It just states that it was one in a series of trains re-numbered to avoid confusion and that it was in the rear area of 2.Armee north of Warsaw in August 1944. That is the only information in the book.

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Re: Panzerzug 601

Postby otis68 » 13 Jan 2018 22:27

In the book "Train the troops of Germany 1939-1945". Author - Oberstleutenant background Olzewski, like the former commander of those troops, I found nothing. My data is based on information from the books of memoirs of participants of these events. So Lasch writes about two armored trains in what was königsberg. Russian sources write about one anti-aircraft armored train. There is a report of aviation says about the destruction of the armored train at the station Pavian (Studding).So I'm here with these data generally confused.


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