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Never happened

September 29 2006 at 3:43 AM
Steve Zaloga  (Login Steve.Zaloga)
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Response to Polish A7Vs?

Though often repeated, the story of Polish A7V is a complete myth. It was probably based on misinterpretation of photos of one of the Polish home-build armored cars that could be mistaken for an A7V in a samall, grainy photo. This was discussed in detail some months ago on Landships.

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  1. Ah... - Andrew Nelson on Sep 29, 2006, 5:46 AM

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