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So true

February 23 2012 at 2:25 AM
Bill  (Login M32Sherman)
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Response to Coincidences happen.

That's a great story and with the millions of Allied soldiers in the both the Pacific and ETO to find one photo of someone you know is truly a rarity. That's why I was so intrigued by this photo. The first to jump out at me is the soldiers face, then its an M32 near Nancy then it may be a 4th armored vehicle, check, check, check. All that said and IF all of that were indeed verifiable the probability that this could be his M32 increases substantially being there would be few in the area at that time. Just not enough to say for sure

Well, I think its a great photo of a very busy tank for the period and I cant wait to build it!

Thanks again Ed, Great chatting with you!

 
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