A Russian Tank Comander's memory

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A Russian Tank Comander's memory

Post by mars » 08 Jan 2003 06:43

Here is an interesting post from Russian Battlefield


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Post by Korbius » 11 Jan 2003 15:54

Very interesting story mars, thanx for the article.

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Post by David C. Clarke » 12 Jan 2003 01:53

Hi Mars, I've always thought that the Russian Battlefield site has some of the best WWII memoirs on the net and this one upholds that tradition. I especially feeel for the guy when he was laying in the field hoping that his knocked out tank would burn, because to leave it otherwise was against standing orders. It's a great memoir and much appreciated. Cheers, David

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