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Bonjour,

              http://pages14-18.mesdiscussions.net/pages1418/Pages-d-Histoire-Artillerie/Artillerie-Speciale-chars-d-assaut/artillerie-speciale-chamond-sujet_2561_1.htm

 

Bonne lecture - Michel



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Michel, both your lists of Schneiders and St. Chamonds are great and you share them with us for free, thank you very much. Are you planning to make a similar list of Renault FT? It would of course be almost 10 times longer and I don't even want to think how long it would take to make it wink I'm also interested in WW1 aircraft and your lists remind me of excellent books by Air Britain and Cross & Cockade International, which contain stories of all (or almost all) airframes produced of a given type. It would be great if someone published similar books on British and French tanks. Well, if only you could add some more details about individual histories of Schneider and St. Chamond tanks (is it possible to expand them?), I think you should publish them, but this time as a book! I would buy it! I think you deserve satisfaction from publishing your book and some money for your hard work! smile

 



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Bonjour Albert,

There not enough documents, to do the same list for the Renault FT.

I don't want to write a book on french tank of WW1, and I just publish topics on

French forum "Pages 14-18" . . . . .  Sorry !

Bonne journée - Michel



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Tanker wrote:

Bonjour Albert,

There not enough documents, to do the same list for the Renault FT.

I don't want to write a book on french tank of WW1, and I just publish topics on

French forum "Pages 14-18" . . . . .  Sorry !

Bonne journée - Michel


It's a pity that you don't want to write books, because you have great knowledge, your posts are very informative and often very well illustrated. Thank you once again and keep up the great work! smile



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