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Ist WW Ambulances and trucks try here

October 3 2004 at 6:57 AM
ian sadler  (no login)
from IP address 62.254.0.30

Hi try the Australian War Memorial site at http://www.awa.gov.au/ andtype in Ambulances , or Medical services , or trucks . Loads of photos of all types . just explore cheers ian

 
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Stephan Bock
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143.164.102.13

Thanks alot for your efforts Ian! NT

October 5 2004, 7:48 AM 

NT

 
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Carlos Chagas
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200.165.170.22

Ian, is this link correct?

October 5 2004, 11:54 AM 

"http://www.awa.gov.au" never works. Might it be "http://www.awm.gov.au" instead?

Thanks,
Carlos

 
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ian sadler
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62.254.0.30

Slip up on my part

October 6 2004, 11:26 AM 

Yes it was a slip up on my part as you righly pointed out incert the m instead of the a , As a matter of fact try putting Tanks in their search engine and see what comes up loads of goodies including some on capture of German tanks and reuse of British tanks by the Germans. cheers ian

 
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Carlos Chagas
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201.8.30.70

Slip up on my part

October 6 2004, 8:28 PM 

Yes, I did it already and got a lot of good stuff.
Thanks for the link.

Carlos

 
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