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German Char B in Netherlands, 1944

April 5 2012 at 4:25 PM
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The author of this message has not seen this before, from Bundesarchiv. Might give someone an idea to do one in German hands, Arnheim, 1944.

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Paul Kirchner
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'It Never Snows In September'...

April 5 2012, 10:31 PM 

by Robert Kershaw has that same photo on page 155. A good read with quite a few excellent photos.

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April 6 2012, 2:16 AM 


Yes an excellent book, the first to tell it from the 'other side' - I got it when i first came out in 1990.


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slightly off topic but....

April 6 2012, 2:22 AM 

Kershaw's War Without Garlands about the eastern front is also a good read


Gary D.

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Yvan Garnier
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Flammpanzer B2 indeed

April 6 2012, 3:10 AM 

That's not a regular Pzkpfw B2 740(f) but actually a converted Pzkpfw B2 (Fl)ammenwerfer as confirmed by the 75mm hull gun replaced with the flamethrower

At Arnhem, these Pz B2 (Fl) belonged to Pz.abt.224 engaged mostly in Oosterbeek sector

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Panzer-Kompanie 224

April 6 2012, 7:51 AM 

There's lots of pictures of the Char B flamms of Panzer-Kompanie 224 in both After-the-Battle's Arnhem TAN and Concord's 7039 German Armored Units at Arnhem (14, and an organisational chart in the latter).


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