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Restoration still going strong. Panzer C
Panzer II's knocked out during the Polish Campaign
Nice catch... Panzer C
This is from "Tank warfare on the Eastern Front 1941-1942," by Robert Forczyk, Chapter 3, "Armoured Operations in 1942," Stalingrad: the Schwerpunkt Hits a Brick Wall, 24 August-1 November, page 221, 3rd Par. through page 222, 1st par.:...
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Somebody sent me this picture . As far as I can see it appears to be a III B . The idler appears to be a III C . What you think ?
I WAS LOOKING THROUGH SOME PICS OF MK 4'S AND SAW ANOTHER PICTURE OF THE SAME TANK IN A DIFFERENT POSITION, ONE WHICH IS A GREAT COLOUR PICTURE
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I am doing research on WWII. My Father was William Fedor from Ohio. He was in the 36th Infantry Division; 2nd Battalion; 142nd Infantry Regiment; Company i. I am trying to pinpoint down the time when he was injured by schapnel in his legs. Dad would never talk about it only to say he was promised the Purple Heart but never received it. I have a newspaper artcle stating he was injured but not where. His Division and Company was the first to step foot on the beaches for Salerno. His division continued on to Altavilla, Italy.
I have been told that my father was injured while defending an ammo depot or a rifle manufacturer. His unit captain was killed in Santa Maria right after safing 2 men that were injured.
If anyone can give me any insight or recommendations on tho proceed I would greatly appreciate it.
The following link has some pictures of this curious and unusual version of the Flying Fortress, used to test the engine Wright XT-35 Typhon. I hope you enjoy and I count on your visit.