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Schadpanzer/diabled tank (see order P.Kp."Berlin") isen't the same as "Pz.Kw.Turm Panther auf Stahlbunker"
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No you are right. The document talks about dug in panzers (disabled Pz. IV and V types) meaning both hull and turrets are dug in the streets / pavements.
Not proper Panther Turrets on bunker, that is correct - I brougth that ducument here because I believe that a lot of the pictures of Panther Turrets are in fact of "dug in panthers" - and not bunkers - specially concerning Photos from Berlin, that is!
Could you agree to that
I dont see a problem here??
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Are you certain about that PT with the US Soldier standing in the entrance being at the Futa Pass? I can't remember exactly but I think I said somewhere previously that it was in this sector but not at the Futa Pass.
In other news I think I have located the so-called Senigallia Pantherturm to within a few hundred metres or so. It is actually no where near Senigallia but in the Ancona area. Still need to get my bearings to be sure.
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From http://www.muzhp.pl/artykuly/1335/bitwa ... te-cassino
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Who can write more about those hatches outside turret?
Is it Panther hull dug in and those hatches are covers of the engine and coolers?
Or mayby it's new bunker-not OT Stahlunterstand???
Please note also rails which are dug in verticaly.
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