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In last week I bought few panzer portraits and some sturmgeshutz members.

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Nice portraits Frozzer. :thumbup:

here is one from the same group taking from a panzer downtown in City of Russia. You can see the barrel on the left

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Hi Guys

Here some Photos from Bucker Group.He servered in Pz Abt 100 later renamed in Pz Abt GD.

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Pz Abteilung 100.

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Pz Abt 100

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Lt Riegel.Pz Abt 100

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Pz Abt GD

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Hi Guys

Here some Photos from Bucker Group.He servered in Pz Abt 100 later renamed in Pz Abt GD.

Awesome grouping of photos! The shot of Lt Riegel in his Pz.II is especially nice :thumbup:

Thanks for sharing these with us!

Rob

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Unteroffizier Bucker.Pz Abt GD

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Good question Erwin.Looks similarly as cruiser.I think it is Lehr panzer on the chasis???.In post 34 you can see another lehr panzer without turm.

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Found this

Before the Second World War the British split tank designs into two categories, the Infantry and Cruiser tanks. The first two cruiser tanks were sidelined in favour of the A13 Cruiser Tank Mk III. An order for fifty was placed and by 1939 65 had been delivered. The armour was judged insufficient so the A13 Mk. Was introduced, basically a Mk. 1 with frontal armour thickened to 30mm and angled appliqué armour added to the turret. The first 30 Mk II tank were converted Mk 1 tanks which is what this kit represents. These can be identified by the armoured shield over the gun mantlet. Most of the early production of the Mk II was sent to France with the BEF and later they served in Greece and North Africa.

Perhaps they were captured from the British in Dunkirk, Greece or Africa and used as beutepanzer?

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Hi Guys

Here Photo from my Friend Peter.Peter was member of HJ AHS and 1 year on school in Ordensburg Krossinsee in my town.After AHS Peter was in Pz Abt GD drived Pz IV.Peter passed away some years ago.

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