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Old photos but could you help me identify these StrumpanzerwagensLu4sbk8.jpgQBkUl68.jpgrl3A7BT.jpgvom4xIV.jpg



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First  image is in Strasheim & Hundleby - it's (from left) #504 "Schnuck", #563 "Wotan" and #525 "Siegfried" - believed to be Abt, 2 summer exercises, location unknown.

 The second to last image is #542 Elfriede at Saleux where it was shown to Louis Breton, Under Secretary of State for Inventions, on 18 May 1918 after it had been retrieved from Villers-Bretonneux.

More images of Elfriede at: http://pages14-18.mesdiscussions.net/pages1418/Pages-d-Histoire-Artillerie/Artillerie-Speciale-chars-d-assaut/elfriede-recupere-bretonneux-sujet_463_1.htm

2nd image is in Strasheim & Hundleby - it's #543 (foreground), #505 and #503 (rear) at Finkelberg Training Area near Saarburg on 1 Oct 1918.

Charlie

 

 



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Thanks Charlie



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