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Ordnance Depot 0-644 Paris

June 1 2017 at 1:42 PM
Tony Ivey  (Login e100panzer)
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Does anyone have information on "Ordnance Depot 0-644 Paris"?

I am looking for photos and/or descriptions of items brought there, salvaged, used, etc.


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Steve Zaloga
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G.B. Jarrett collection

June 1 2017, 6:30 PM 

The Jarrett collection at the military History Institute at Carlisle Barracks had some photos from the ordnance depot there, but there was nothing like a complete list of the equipment. He may very well been the one in charge of collecting that stuff for APG. His material is quite scattered between various government collections and private collectors. There are some of his photos in the two "Panzers in the Gunsights" books I did for Concord years ago.

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Tony Ivey
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June 1 2017, 7:46 PM 

I am following some leads from CIOS reports I have and that depot was mentioned as a holding area from some of the equipment I am researching. I am also lucky to be fairly close to Carlisle Barracks and will make a trip there soon. I have to try to find those two books you did as well.
Thanks again!

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