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Thanks guys

January 7 2005 at 7:25 AM
Shane Black  (no login)
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Response to Zaloga book

So there was only one? I for some reason thought that the Russians had actually produced a small number under licence. I guess this is why there are so few pics of the vehicle in Russian service. It's even more interesting that she possibly saw combat in Finland. That make two Vickers Mediums that potentially saw conflict. I wonder if there were a couple more in North Africa that were used in anger? Thanks again for the replies.

 
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