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A still from a very short film clip of an A7V. Only 3 or 4 seconds. British (?) soldier walks into shot, turns to camera, and grins. That's it.

Might be old hat, but I don't recall it.

 



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A7V (01a).jpg



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Ah. It's Hagen. 8' 23". Canadian and British. Sorry.

https://film.iwmcollections.org.uk/r/611

 



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Interesting. I was looking at details of the front to see if it was possible to ID it. It seems to be a converted female front from the second batch and I don't think it has shackles I think it has towing hooks. Looking at pictures of the second batch tanks I found four that match.
526 Alter Fritz, 527 Lotti, 561 Nixe and 563 Wotan.
Anyone know the identity of that tank?

While trying to find it's identity I noticed something that I had missed about the A7V. The rivet pattern differs between batch one and two. I knew that the rivet spacing differed along the roof line in the front but it never occurred to me that it would be different altogether.
I also noticed that 529 Nixe II that is of the second batch has a front from the first batch.

This mean that I have to replace rivets on three of my A7V's that I'm building. Strange that I should find this out before finishing them.

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DEU - A7V Hagen (01a).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (01b).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (01c).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (01d).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (02a).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (02b).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (02c).jpgDEU - A7V Hagen (02d).jpg



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Merci.



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Thanks. Great pictures. The shackles are easy to see on these clear pictures. So 528 Hagen it is then.

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Hello!
Superb pictures!!!! Thanks for showing!

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DEU - A7V  (03a).jpgDEU - A7V  (03b).jpgDEU - A7V  (03c).jpg



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More good pictures there. Thanks

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