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Alfred Becker's album

June 3 2017 at 10:04 AM
Akira Takiguchi  (Login history.jp)
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Response to Soldiers' colloquial terms for rare AFV?

Here's the photo from the album of the inventor.

[linked image]

Regarding how they called their "friends", I have encountered:

Unser Wagen,
Unser Panzer,
Unser Geschütz ( Sturmgeschütz ) and
Unser Jäger ( in case of Panzerjäger, like Hornisse )

 
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  1. And is there a decent / accurate kit of it, please? Bronco?? - Andrew Tomlinson on Jun 7, 2017, 3:54 AM
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