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Colonel

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Dresden. Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr
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Some pictures taken a couple of years ago:

57 mm Gruson turret gun 1892

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Mitrailleuse

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4 cm Ballonkanone 1870

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Commander in Chief

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Excellent pics.   By chance, did you get any fotos of the field bakery that was displayed there ?



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28juni14 wrote:

Excellent pics.   By chance, did you get any fotos of the field bakery that was displayed there ?


 No, sorry



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Saint-Chamond 280 mm Mortar

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Not quite - it's a 280mm Schneider howitzer on a tracked Saint-Chamond chassis - the French designation was

"Mortier 280mm TR de Schneider sur affût-chenilles St Chamond" - articles on the howitzer and Saint-Chamond SPGs on Landships II.

Charlie



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Colonel

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Thanks for the clarifications Charlie, I was using the name listed in Surviving Panzers website

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