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Thanks for that...all I wanted to know smile.gif

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What is the second last one?

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Hughbearson wrote:

What is the second last one?


The penultimate one is discussed here, mate:

http://www.landships.info/landships/car_articles.html?load=car_articles/Sava.html


is that the one you meant?



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Russian bicycle batalion, also motorcyvles Scott with Vickers mashine gun and armured cars Austin 2nd & Lanchester (from family album):

http://kamohasu.livejournal.com/84464.html



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Rectalgia wrote:

Top car presumably named for Matvey Skobelev - who it seems was in and out of favour with the Bolsheviks at various times. Or maybe they played it safe and pretended it was Mikhail Skobelev who was commemorated. Only a Russian would know for sure.


-- Edited by Rectalgia on Monday 6th of December 2010 03:17:28 AM


Exactly!!! Mikhail Skobelev only!



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Rectalgia wrote:

Top car presumably named for Matvey Skobelev - who it seems was in and out of favour with the Bolsheviks at various times.� Or maybe they played it safe and pretended it was Mikhail Skobelev who was commemorated.� Only a Russian would know for sure.


-- Edited by Rectalgia on Monday 6th of December 2010 03:17:28 AM


 I wonder if anyone can help me identify which of the photographs posted here is named Skobelev. I am interested in this specific vehicle - see the 1935 newspaper cutting here: http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/11868556

The book under review there can be searched on Google Books for references to Skobelev, http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=wHY1AQAAIAAJ&focus=searchwithinvolume&q=skobelev

I am interested to link a photograph to the book if I can as the author was a relative of mine.

Thanks anyone who reads this old thread and can help.

 

Simon

 



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Lately approved anonymous post.

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