The "G" letter at frontplate of vehicles

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punkyto
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Post by punkyto » 28 Oct 2007 14:53

Example: in the barrel recoil of the guns was filled with a liquid called (bremsflussingkeit braun), but under conditions of intense cold was replaced by (bremsflussingkeit arktisch) subsequently became customary to employ a two liquids mixed in equal parts, which indicated with the registration BRAUN ARK sight in many tanks and cannons.
The letter G IN TANKS is something like 8O

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Post by Christoph Awender » 28 Oct 2007 17:26

PanzerJohn wrote:I read somewhere that it is something to do with route marches, and it ID's the the route that the vehicle should be on.


Hello

Did you ever see the letters A, B, C, D, E etc... on the same location on the tanks?

\Christoph

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Post by PanzerJohn » 29 Oct 2007 01:15

I've found the original article and whilst the route march theory has been considered it has been discounted, see here..

http://www.ss501panzer.com/tanks_of_staff.htm

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