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Commander in Chief

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Hundleby/Strasheim corrections "Th German A7V Tank"
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Dear all,


as some people know, I bought the book of Hundleby/Strasheim "Th German A7V Tank" directly from Max Hundleby in 1993 (Oh my god - as times passes by). He sent me with the book also a handwritten letter and 1 page with handwritten corrections he already knew at this time.

Some people within this forum asked me for these corrections. Here we go.





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Colonel

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Yesterday I finally received this fantastic book. I know it is the best book on WW I German tanks, buy it is nearly 20 years old now.
So what has changed since 1990? I know there is a new A7V replica in the UK and a sensational photo of two post-war A7V tanks used in Germany in 1919 (Hudleby and Strasheim did not know about it, thought there was only one - "Hedi"). Are there any other parts of the book that are outdated?



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Belated thanks, elbavaro. Most helpful.

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Welcome! ;o)))

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