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That was one of my starting points...

July 8 2012 at 9:53 PM
Daniel Lewis  (Login djltwo)
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Response to Have you seen this?

This is actually one of the first pages I found. What I gathered from there is that production as opposed to field conversion models arrived by summer 1941, but the remaining question is whether those are of the half-shield variety, or whether early production used a more typical Pak 36 shield.

There are a couple pictures in there, but they're lacking in captions. Can anyone hazard a guess as to the location/unit of the third and final one? I'm guessing 1 and 2 are earlyish Eastern Front.



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