Axis Non-Armored Vehicles quiz

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Post by Bill Murray » 04 Mar 2007 18:29

Hi Leo:
I am not sure it is the M model "Marmon" as your photo is a 4x2 version. The photos I posted were all M models except the last on the bottom right which is also 4X2. I will try to find my W&T that had an article on these trucks to verify my thoughts.
Now try this.
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Post by Sitzkrieg » 04 Mar 2007 19:40

Autocaretta SPA CL39 with FIAT-Revelli MG.

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Post by Leo Niehorster » 04 Mar 2007 20:04

The Hungarians put the M (meaning "Model" / "Mark") abbreviation after the year number, i.e. in an Anglo-Saxon Army, this would read M 39.

E.g.
31 M Rába-Krupp 3 ton
36 M MÁVAG 1,5 ton
etc.
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Post by Bill Murray » 04 Mar 2007 22:44

Thank you Leo:
Always so much more to learn and it seems less and less time to learn it.
I just returned from the cinema with my three grandchildren and as soon as I can I will try to find my W&T I mentioned earlier.
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Post by Bill Murray » 04 Mar 2007 22:46

Missed a beat.
Over to Sitz again with his correct answer.
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Post by Bill 13 » 05 Mar 2007 03:24

Sorry to put my oar in but I hope you all do not mind me posting a better picture of an earlier question ie. the Ford V8 G81A towing Flak 38 AA guns. Just on the off chance some may find it of use.
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Post by Sitzkrieg » 05 Mar 2007 09:05

No, Bill 13 we don't mind, on the contrary, we welcome the post ;).

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Post by Bill Murray » 05 Mar 2007 14:12

Hi all:
I athought this one would have gone by now, but anyway.
Feurleit (panzer) fahrzeug fur V-2 Raketen based on the medium 5 ton half track.
Some sort of range measuring vehicle used at Peenemunde and perhaps elsewhere to track missile performance
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Post by Sitzkrieg » 05 Mar 2007 18:07

Otherwise known as HKp 902. http://www.v2rocket.com/start/scale/fr/ ... wagen.html
Bill, your turn ;).

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Post by Panzerspiel » 06 Mar 2007 02:20

Marcus,
To continue with the discussion of your question regarding nations allied with Germany (Germany, Italy and Japan) the others that were attacked and conquered should be considered "occupied" nations. Now, whether these nations contributed forces to aid the German effort in WWII still does not change their status of occupied. They were still assaulted and given the choice would obviously opt out of the relationship.
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Post by Bill Murray » 06 Mar 2007 07:46

What is this ugly beast? From a very old ebay auction.
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Post by Sitzkrieg » 06 Mar 2007 09:30

Hmmmmmm, beute/umbau Guy Quad Ant? http://www.armyvehicles.dk/guyquadant.htm

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Post by Bill Murray » 06 Mar 2007 12:14

Good eye Sitz:
And a very rare ugly beastie at that.
Over to Greece again.
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Post by Sitzkrieg » 06 Mar 2007 17:49

Hehe... The wheels screamed "I am British", it had the basic features of a Quad, and since it was neither a Morris nor a Karrier, it had to be a Guy.

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Post by Sander D » 06 Mar 2007 18:09

Hi Sitzkrieg

It's a Panzerkampfwagen MK II 742 (e)

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