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Offline Kasztelan

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« Reply #16770 on: 30-06-2019, 13:06:53 »


Italian partisants in Aosta valley

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« Reply #16771 on: 02-07-2019, 17:07:02 »


Panzer-Regiment 2, Italy 1943.

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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16775 on: 06-07-2019, 01:07:41 »


Some of the crewmen of the B1bis n° 350 FLEURIE

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Re: Picture of the Day
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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16777 on: 10-07-2019, 14:07:31 »

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B-17G Fortress 'Miss Donna Mae II' drifted under another bomber on a bomb run over Berlin, 19 May 1944. A 1,000 lb bomb from above tore off the left stabilizer and sent the plane into an uncontrollable spin. All 11 were killed.  This was unfortunately not an uncommon occurrence.
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Re: Picture of the Day
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Re: Picture of the Day
« Reply #16779 on: 11-07-2019, 15:07:13 »


Interesing. Do you happen to have more photos of british Matildas in the 1940 campaign?

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« Reply #16780 on: 11-07-2019, 21:07:16 »
The signs are a bit ironic in this context ;)

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« Reply #16781 on: 12-07-2019, 08:07:38 »
Interesing. Do you happen to have more photos of british Matildas in the 1940 campaign?

Sorry, only couple wrecks from Arras - like "Good Luck" from 7th RTR, 1st Armoured Brigade, supposedly knocked out by an 88mm on 21st of May:



You can find more on Google, check out the image search using words like knocked out Matilda 1940 and Arras Matilda.
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Re: Picture of the Day
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« Reply #16783 on: 14-07-2019, 10:07:37 »


SS-Karstwehr-Bataillon and 2./Panzer-Abteilung 208 on anti-partisan duty. Vipava Valley, Gorizia, late May 1944.

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« Reply #16784 on: 14-07-2019, 23:07:33 »


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Finnish soldiers at the aftermath of a Soviet partisan attack on a remote village in Suomussalmi. More than 10 burnt bodies of men, women and children were found. Suomussalmi, Finland, 7 July 1943.