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Wasn't the mud used mostly on the Aufkl. units?

June 4 2017 at 12:52 AM
Robert Lockie  (Login RobertLockie)
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Response to Many of the early German vehiocles in 1941 were "painted".....

They were the first in action and so there was less time to prepare them for combat than was the case with other vehicles. A study of wrecks with known locations and dates of loss might indicate when actual repainting started.
Rob
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  1. No doubt they would have been among the first units to do this..... - Bruce Culver on Jun 4, 2017, 9:25 AM
    1. If I were to paint mud - Tat Baqui on Jun 4, 2017, 10:01 PM
     


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