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This German Panther Ausf. A tank was found in a bog near the town of Spola (Ukraine) in ... (date unknown). It still has its original paint and markings. Blown up by own troops next to Tscherkassy now is on display at the Technikmuseum Sinsheim (Germany) nearly unrestored, minor faults in the...read more

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 Lieutenant) July 16, 2015

World War II Tank Wrecks M3 Stuart, M24 Chaffee, WWII Scrap Tanks in Djibouti, East Africa by Mick Wilson. They were dumped in the sea when the French Foreign Legion left the base in the 1960’s. When Mick Wilson was out there the present French commander of the base that they are next too was...read more

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Throughout the campaign in North Africa, especially during 1941 and 1942, the Mark III was the German Army’s main strike weapon. Fast and manoeuvrable it was well suited to the desert conditions. It could be fitted with either a 37 mm or 50 mm cannon.

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 Lieutenant) March 24, 2015

Yesterday i made a spontaneous trip to the Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim. They have plenty of awesome stuff on display there, for example a Panther tank wreck. The tank was blown up by it´s own crew and rediscovered a couple of years ago. I hope you like this little walk-around.

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 Lieutenant) March 17, 2015

In the dark days of the Cold War, communist Bulgaria fortified its border with Turkey, which was a member of the rival NATO alliance, by embedding scores of Soviet and Nazi tanks in a network of concrete bunkers. The bunkers have been abandoned for years.

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 Lieutenant) March 16, 2015

WWII M24 Chaffee Tank Wrecks on Rhodes Island (Greece). Feb 2013, I thought I would head out to Rhodes and check out 6 or 7 Chaffee tanks that have been dumped on the coast.

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