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Ethiopian ACs

July 17 2008 at 12:07 AM
Erik Ahlström  (Login Erik_Ahlstroem)
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Response to Many thanks.....

Afaik Ethiopia dident have any ACs of its own.
The ACs Ive written about were the ones used by the EAACR: Suzies, Eydes and Fortresses, all locally produced. Later they used Marmon-Herringtons.
Sudan Defence Force used Fords (also locally produced).

I havent found any indications of any ACs used by the Imperial Ethiopian Army, I would be grateful for any info that you find.


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