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-- Edited by James H on Friday 17th of March 2023 08:00:36 PM

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I don't want to hijack your thread, but in the same lot there ist an interesting photo of "Mariechen" too!s-l1601.jpg



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Thank you for posting these pics.

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Ned wrote:

Thank you for posting these pics.


 Same here. I don't think I have seen these photographs before anywhere, but that isn't saying much. LOL



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...and here, another one:

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Where are these coming from? 



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Currently on ebay.de for as little as 399 Euros !!! I assume someone’s estate in liquidation…



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Thank you. Quite a find.



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Meanwhile I know nineteen pictures of that tank. I hope we will archieve twenty one day!

Sammlung Landships 1.jpgSammlung Landships 2.jpg



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Two tanks... Supposing that "54" and "Hedi" is the same vehicle, where is the other one?



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I actually meant two vehicles, No. 54/Kokampf 151; I called them both "Hedi" for the sake of simplicity. Or did I miss something in the discussions, and 151 and 54 are in the meantime the same?



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I didn't know 10 and 12 yet. The 1 have it as an original



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8, 10 and 11 are pics I haven't found yet but I think I can give you No.20. The one at the bottom here: http://www.landships.info/landships/tank_articles/A7V_Hedi.html



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Yes, that's it! It is from the Hundleby and Strasheim book!!! All the time it was right in front of me, but I didn't realize cry

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That's great ! Can you post that 20th pic ? Thanks. 



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No the pic will not show when I try but you have the address to it in the post.



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Thank you. 



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Peter T: please could you post the photos Nr.8, 10, 16, 17?



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Nr. 8

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Nr. 10

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Nr. 17

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Nr. 16  This is the first pic in this thread!wink

 

Cheers,

Peter

 



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Thanks for the pictures, what is the number signon Hedi "L 1277" for ? Did the "54" also have these signs ? 



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The "Hedi" Nachrichtenwagen (Kokampf No 151) received its name already in Berlin. The numberplate L 1027 only for the action in Leipzig. Whereas the Kokampf plate is very prominent in Berlin, it is barely visible (or even wiped out) in Leipzig.
No 54 has a short appearance in Berlin and never made it to Leipzig. So it had no numberplate and also no Kokampf insignia.

Sources: Militärfahrzeuge 1-2018
                Tankograd SturmpanzerA7V



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Thank you that explains a lot N. 



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And here we go again...

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Does this make number 21 picture?



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Hello
Thanks for the images. I wasn't aware that the A7 was fitted for the turrets at
The corners as seen in the photos. Interesting.

Paul

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Some say that the two prototypes for a "signal tank" was used for the "Hedi's" and that part of the gun mounts weren't gun mounts at all, but were signalling lamp mounts.
While others say that they were built of unarmoured steel after the war.
I tend to believe in the first theory. I find the shape to complicated for a quick "garage build" and why would they do two different types of corner turrets.
It makes sense if two of them was originally meant to be signal lamps.

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Thanks for posting the pics again, makes me want to finish my Hedi model 



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