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20mm, 88mm and 105mm with Condor Legion

March 29 2006 at 7:28 AM
Francois Gousse  (Login Francois_Gousse)
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I bought Osprey's Elite "The Condor Legion" monday and would like to know what colour(s) were the Flak 18, Flak 30 and the leFH 18 during the Spanish Civil War? The 105mm gun appears to be painted in two or three colours (p.49) and the 20mm appears to be in two colours (p. 28). Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Francois Gousse
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Stirling Lowery
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Colourful Camouflage !

March 31 2006, 2:08 PM 


Most Condor Legion ordnance was camouflaged in the usual Reichswehr "Buntfarbenanstrich" or colourful camouflage scheme consisting of equal amounts of earthyellow,green & brown being applied in either a hard or soft edge scheme , I suspect that a few vehicles and Flak guns were sent to Spain painted in the Luftwaffe scheme of "Anthrazite Grey" ( not to be confused with "Panzergrey !" ).



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Francois Gousse
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Thanks Stirling, much appreciated n/t

March 31 2006, 2:54 PM 


Regards from Canada.
Francois Gousse
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