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Re: Flakvierling dates back to 1934 and was common

June 7 2017 at 8:10 AM
Allan Williams  (Login HerrLyppe)
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Response to Flakvierling dates back to 1934 and was common

This is the photo the Gert is referring to. There's no reason whatsoever that a Flak 37, or even a Flak 36, would have been mounted on this vehicle. The way in which it was mounted would have been essentially the same.
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  1. that was my point. I know that photo - David Nickels on Jun 7, 2017, 8:31 AM
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