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My Soviet Vehicles of WWII galleries: new photos again.

July 28 2012 at 7:57 AM
Peter Rathgeb  (Login Rathgeb)
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Hi all.

I'd like to share with you the newest updates to some of my galleries.

Check them out at rathgeb.smugmug.com!

Here a couple of samples:

A captured BT-5. Any idea what the marking is?

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A destroyed T-38 amphibious tank:

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Probably a T-30 tank, the non-amphibious version of the T-40. In the detail cutout you will see that the tank does not seem to have the typical trapezoid opening for the screw installation:

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Nice photo of a T-28 medium tank with many open hatches:

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A captured T-34 with a Lend-Lease Matilda in the background:

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ISU-152 self-propelled guns, at Victory Parade in Kiev, 01.05.1945:

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Visit my Soviet Vehicles of WWII galleries at rathgeb.smugmug.com!


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  1. Re: My Soviet Vehicles of WWII galleries: new photos again. - Yuri Pasholok on Jul 28, 2012, 12:02 PM
    1. Thanks, Yuri! - Peter Rathgeb on Jul 28, 2012, 6:14 PM

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