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Africa, Tunisia actually

May 28 2012 at 7:58 PM

David DaSilva  (Login Totalize)
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Response to Question on a popular Tiger picture

This is a Tiger from the 2nd Company, s.Pz. Abt. 501, Panzer Armee Afrika. Jean Restayn has a nice colour profile of Tiger 241 in his book Tiger I on the Western Front. Unlike Tigers from the 1st company Tiger 241 has its ID numbers on the rear turret box in addition to the side of the Turret. It is apparently carrying 20 Jerry Cans.











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  1. More - Owen R Auer on May 28, 10:49 PM
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  3. Big THANKS, David! n/t - Ilian Filipov on May 29, 4:54 AM
    1. Glad to Help Ilian, Also note the spare track holders - David DaSilva on May 29, 12:05 PM
     


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