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Sexton help

October 26 2012 at 4:19 PM
Tomas Enerdal  (Login Tomas_Enerdal)
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from IP address 92.32.36.73

Dear All,
I have become very interested in the Sexton, and waiting for the forthcoming Dragon kit. I have been collecting info for a future build of a camouflaged Sexton. At discussions on the Allied panel a picture has been posted showing a Polish Sexton with such camouflage (enclosed). There are a limited number of pics available showing such sextons where the principle details of the camouflage pattern can be seen. Does anybody know of any picture(s) showing these, especially front and rear, so that the actual camouflage pattern can be seen? Mr Zaloga mentioned earlier (april 23) ..as I've seen Polish Sextons with the same pattern.
I therefore wonder: Several publications, mostly polish, are histories about polish armour. I have none myself yet, but I ordered two books today at Jadar-hobby;
-Pegaz 03 - Polish Armoured Forces 1939-1945
-Pegaz 05 - SP Artillery in Polish Army 1940-1945
Are there any other specific reference(s) particularly useful in this respect? Other publications? Division histories? (I don't know which of the Polish units that had sextons) Home-pages? My polish language is non-existent but I have polish friends that can help.
Any help is much appreciated!
Best regards, and TIA
Tomas Enerdal
Sweden
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  1. Sexton help - Jacek Szafranski on Nov 11, 2012, 3:13 AM
    1. Thanks! - Tomas Enerdal on Dec 30, 2012, 4:17 PM
     


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