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Field Marshal

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Bonsoir,

Since 1917, in which British attic did you hide these french plans ?

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 161102 - Plans Schneider pour les Britanniques - 94 AP16 (01b)-min.jpg

 

 

Bonne recherche - Michel



-- Edited by Tanker on Thursday 26th of November 2020 05:56:06 PM

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Could you please translate?

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elbavaro wrote:

Could you please translate?


 Into German?



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From the Minister of Artillery and Munitions to the French Ambassador to England, London.

A mission was sent to France by the British Government on the 24th & 25th of September to examine the French "tanks."

Colonel Albert Stern, of the Ministry of Munitions and Head of the mission, expressed a desire to receive a number of plans of the Creusot (Schneider) and Saint-Chamond tanks. These plans would be classified as Secret.

I am honoured to enclose 32 drawings to be forwarded to Colonel Stern, drawing to his attention the secret nature of this communication. Along with the 32 drawings is a letter from Schneider & Co dated October 27 and an (explanatory) list of the drawings.



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I wish such drawings for most tanks were available.

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Thank you James!

It doesn't have to be in German, ;o)))

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