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May be OP, but...

March 1 2005 at 2:44 AM
Mike Cooper  (no login)
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Amazon has it as OP, but you could try Barbarossa Books.

Basically, don't do Cambrai Mk IVs without access to it in one form or another. I'm covering the same ground to cross check the details for names/numbers, but I'm only part way through so far.

"Banshee" - on the Landships site (I think)- came straight out of here, but you'll need more info to fill in some details, and I've only found this in the unit diaries.

The Cambrai volumes of "Battlefield Europe" have got quite good following its publication, so they can be worth looking at for phoos and background.

I'll help if I can with specific tanks/Battalions.

Mike Cooper




 
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  1. Tried Barbarossa without any luck (n/t) - David Maynard on Mar 1, 2005, 3:47 AM
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