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Kl. Bef. Pz IB during Spanish Civil War

March 29 2006 at 7:37 AM
Francois Gousse  (Login Francois_Gousse)
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Bonjour,

Which of Dragon's Kl.Bef.Pz IB should I buy to represent one during the SCW? What colour(s) should I paint it? Thank you for any help.

Regards from Canada.
Francois Gousse
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Javier Redondo
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Kl. Bef. Pz IB during Spanish Civil War

March 29 2006, 1:34 PM 


I have sent you a mail with some pictures . I hope they serve you as help

Regards

Javier


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Francois Gousse
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Thank you Javier, much appreciated n/t

March 29 2006, 3:59 PM 

n/t

Regards from Canada.
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Stirling Lowery
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Kl. Bef. Pz IB during Spanish Civil War

March 31 2006, 1:16 PM 


 
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Francois Gousse
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Thanks Stirling, much appreciated! n/t

March 31 2006, 2:55 PM 

n/t

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Andrew Lang
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'Negrillos' in Spain

April 1 2006, 5:20 AM 

Dear all

I've no particular dispute with the concept that German Pzkpfw 1's in Spain were finished in the 1930's three-tone scheme, but I've never been able to reconcile this with the fact that German (but not Italian) AFV's were referred to as 'negrillos' (usually taken to mean 'black ones'). I've always presumed this was a reference to a dark grey colour scheme. Any thoughts ?

Andrew Lang

 
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Guillem Martí i Pujol
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Just a code name.

April 1 2006, 4:24 PM 

The name "Negrillo" was used for all the german materials, ground, air or naval. Even personel. AFAIK no one paints its Bf 109 or Ju 87 in dark gray altough they were also "material negrillo".

 
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Phil Martin
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Maybe because of black uniforms the Germans wore?

June 9 2006, 8:08 PM 

Just a guess - I've wondered about that myself.

 
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Guillem Martí i Pujol
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No black uniforms

June 17 2006, 7:24 AM 

The germans didn't wore black uniforms in Spain. Initially his mission was secret, so they didn't wore uniform, only a "mono", blue or kaki, and a civilian black beret. "Negrillo" in argot usually means covered, allegal, illegal, or irregular.

 
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