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Thank you all. And Ed, that is the remains of the bracket I'm refering to..

July 11 2011 at 7:48 AM
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Response to Syr Panzer wreck

on the back of the turret above where the gun barrel is sitting.
Apparently there is another on the other side as well and what they are for I have no idea!

As for the origins of Syria's Panzer IV's. I beleive from what I've found on the net that all of you are correct. It seems Spain, France and Czechoslovakia all seem to have provided batches of them over time (no specific details on when and how many though)
What else was interesting was a claim that Syria then forwarded some of them onto Cuba at a later date. The first I've heard of Cuba having Pz IV's.

Thanks for all of the input, it is much appreciated.

 
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  1. this bracket is - tommy vicard on Jul 12, 5:46 AM
    1. Re: this bracket is - Bruno COLLIN on Jul 16, 5:25 PM
     


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