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Looking for a pic from the 'Is Paris Burning' book...

June 2 2017 at 1:21 PM
Andrew Tomlinson  (Login AndrewTomlinson)
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Hi
In the paperback book, I've lost the pic from the inside of the Prefecture de police (IIRC?) with loads of odd German transport in various camo schemes.

Does anyone know of it on-line or could send me a copy here, please?

Cheers
Andrew

 
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Florian Guera
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Re: Looking for a pic from the 'Is Paris Burning' book...

June 2 2017, 3:16 PM 

Prinz-Eugen-Kaserne, Paris 1944
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Andrew Tomlinson
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Thanks, an amazing collection of various types and colours!

June 2 2017, 8:27 PM 

Hi
I'd not seen the 2nd pic, anyone know what those lorries are?

Other types could be fun identifying!

Note the FFI vehicle too.

And would the camo be green on the lighter tone, or red-brown as lighter?

Cheers
Andrew


 
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