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Re: Whippets

November 10 2004 at 2:43 AM
Jakko Westerbeke  (no login)
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Response to Whippets

The same book by Hundleby and Strassheim mentions that the Germans thought that the Whippet was the only British tank worth copying, but one of the reasons they didn't is because they were already working on their own light tank design at the time. AFAIK the captured Whippets were only used in tests and for a short time in Berlin after the war.

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