MG-Panzernest and variations

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby kstdk » 01 Mar 2014 11:20

Hello

Searay meant that the panzernest came from Italy - not that the Photo was taken in Italy!

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 03 Mar 2014 19:16

Anyone can upload photography of weapons (MG-34 or MG-42) mounted inside mount Panzernest?

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby jbb20p7 » 03 Mar 2014 20:51

Hello

Easy to upload but difficult to find thoses pictures !

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 06 Mar 2014 18:25

Anyone have a list of companies that made panzernest?

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 10 Mar 2014 08:20

Can anyone provide a photograph with code panzernest KRUPP?

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby jopaerya » 20 Apr 2014 20:07

Found a picture from U.S. Signalcorps on Sudwall-Superforum ,
please see the picture's from Searay page 6 must be the same place .

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby herring » 24 Apr 2014 22:15

It looks like next one will be saved...
http://www.lr-online.de/regionen/weissw ... 26,4534480
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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 26 Apr 2014 14:57

Yes Jos.
The photographs on page 6 belong to the same panzernest.
greetings dmm

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby jopaerya » 11 May 2014 12:12

For what it's worth , 300 Lüfter were build for the Panzernesten so this
could be the amount of Panzernest there were build during the war ???

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 12 May 2014 12:01

7) Tretlüfter for tanks nests.
       There are neeh 300 Stüek Tretlüfter for being manufactured
       MG-tank nests present. Sellte the hour Additional procurement action
       for exhaust fans do not have Erfelg, it is viehtig that sunächst tretlüfter for
       the saddle stands bersitzustellen.

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby jopaerya » 12 May 2014 15:31

See also post 60
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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 13 May 2014 19:44

300 panzernest manufactured?
100 western front?
100 Italian front?
100 Eastern Front?

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby Ondrej Filip » 19 Jun 2014 21:40

The only one known panzernest of b2 line at Poland (there were more Panzernests at the b1 line). It is signed "agh" and "324". According this site "agh" is a code od steelworks "Dingler, Karcher u. Cie. GmnH".
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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby herring » 20 Jun 2014 13:41

Not placed there any more.
Another one ("camouflage" painted, in the garden) is quiter close from there, in B1 line.

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Re: MG-Panzernest and variations

Postby mmdesp » 20 Jun 2014 18:22

Image
agh ......... (Saarländisches STAHLWERK Dingler, Karcher & Cie. GmbH).

Someone can provide other pictures of a panzernest agh?
Thank you.
dmm.


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