Panther Bodenturm

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby kstdk » 01 Nov 2013 11:51

Hello

Ok - The 905 P8 for the steelbunker - FPzDT 4341 for the Pantherturm (steelpart) and Again Regelbau 687 for the concretebunker for Pantherturm.

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby jopaerya » 01 Nov 2013 16:47

Here the place of the OT Stahlstand http://img82.imageshack.us/img82/9050/c ... e23af2.jpg

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby Tommygunn » 01 Nov 2013 17:16

Thanks Jos.

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby kstdk » 04 Nov 2013 09:49

Hello

A couple of Pictures from Google Earth (search for Kolberg) then find the Military Museum for a lot of Pictures:

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby Ondrej Filip » 04 Nov 2013 10:38

kstdk wrote:Hello
A couple of Pictures from Google Earth (search for Kolberg) then find the Military Museum for a lot of Pictures:


In order to avoid mistake. The Pantherturm in Kolobrzeg (Kolberg) is a maquette. The original Pantherturm, which has been excavated at Polish coast at 2001 year, has been placed at Świnoujście (Swinemünde) - Fort Gerhard museum.
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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby kstdk » 04 Nov 2013 11:20

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Ondrej - Thanks for the info. I also thought that it was the one found some years ago.

Is there any Pictures from the final mounting of this one??

I assume that your picture does not show the final mounting??

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby Ondrej Filip » 04 Nov 2013 11:42

kstdk wrote:Hello

Ondrej - Thanks for the info. I also thought that it was the one found some years ago.

Is there any Pictures from the final mounting of this one??

I assume that your picture does not show the final mounting??

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Hello Kurt. I have found this photo of the installation at official website of the museum. By the way, could anyone identify the version of turret?

They have found amunition and rests of wood parts and thin concrete pannels at the original location (Szczecin - Stettin). We can assume it was not a turret of the destroyed tank, but a turret at the improvised bunker. But I do not know, how precise were those "archeological researches".
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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby Lars Bertelsen » 04 Nov 2013 20:28

Hello Ondrej
Thanks for the link. The turret from Szczecin is a “real” Panther-Bodenturm (Ostwallturm), not a tank turret.
The Ostwallturm has much thicker top armour (65 mm instead of 16 mm) and a simple hatch on the top instead of a commander’s cupola.
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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby Andrzej Ditrich » 28 Jan 2014 20:48

Few photos from Świnoujście:
(Hopefuly this year should be added PAW600 to this exhibition
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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby kstdk » 28 Jan 2014 21:27

Hello

Thanks for posting these Andrzej - nice pictures. And nice to see it installed properly :)

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby jopaerya » 11 May 2014 12:04

A document from In.Fest from 1944 with the 6 OT-Stahlunterstände with Pantherturm .

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby kstdk » 18 Jun 2014 11:33

Hello

Please see this topic "Dug in panzers in Berlin":

viewtopic.php?f=47&t=208521&p=1881102#p1881102

Found this in a Google search:

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby jopaerya » 19 Jun 2014 10:26

Very interesting nice document Kurt http://www.axishistory.com/axis-nations ... -bo-berlin

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby schwarzermai » 19 Jun 2014 10:47

hello

did panzer-kp. (bo.) berlin really equippted with panther-türme?

the order sayd "6.) Materielle Bestimmungen:
a) gep. Fahrzeuge (Schadpanzer - unbeweglich) werden durch Gen.Insp.d.Pz.Tr. zugewiesen. Panzer stehen ab 22.2.1945 bei Fa. Krupp & Druckenmüller, Berlin-Tempelhof, abholbereit.

Schadpanzer - not (Panther)türme ....

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Re: Panther Bodenturm

Postby jopaerya » 19 Jun 2014 11:02

Hello Uwe

Complete disabled tanks were dug in to defend Berlin , on the
document from Kurt you can see 10 x Pz V and 12 x Pz IV .

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