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Very interesting...

November 28 2011 at 7:07 AM
Peter Rathgeb  (Login Rathgeb)
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Response to Chaco War camouflage schemes

Thanks a lot, Rodrigo.

What references would you recommend for anyone interested in the Chaco War (not only concerning the tanks)? Also sources in Spanish would be ok, since I read (and understand) it.

Any idea what this sand camouflage looked like?


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