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Commander in Chief

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Elfriede Place de la Concorde 1918
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hey, would you mind me using this photo for me report for http://buycollegeessay.org/? of course i'll reference it still curious whether that's fine by you.



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hello, would you mind me using this photo in my research? surely I'dd reference it properly still want to know whether you are fine with that

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Not my photo, I just found it on the net!



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The image looks like it came out of SPA (French Army archive). There's lots of detail in the Elfriede image which is easily missed.

There is a rectangular piece cut out of the front of Elfriede which was used for analysis of the armour - there's recent thread on this topic.

There's also a piece of the 16mm plate from the side cut out but that isn't easy to see in this image.

The front of the tank shows the results of the firing tests using 8mm Lebel and 37mm rounds at the Bourron firing range. The white painted

rectangles were the target areas.

There's a long post by "Tanker" on the pages14-18.mesdiscussions forum on Elfriede - it's recovery, testing, display and final disposal. It's in French but

the machine translation is pretty good - http://pages14-18.mesdiscussions.net/pages1418/Pages-d-Histoire-Artillerie/Artillerie-Speciale-chars-d-assaut/elfriede-recupere-bretonneux-sujet_463_1.htm.

Regards,

Charlie

 



-- Edited by CharlieC on Wednesday 3rd of May 2017 01:03:56 AM

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Can anyone identify the artillery piece on the far right edge of the photo?

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How about a 152mm 190 Pood model 1877 siege gun?

Charlie

 



-- Edited by CharlieC on Wednesday 28th of June 2017 08:59:14 AM

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Thanks CharlieC.
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