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August 12 2017 at 9:44 PM
Christopher Benjamin  (Login 8179)
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Response to tanks are always tied down

German tanks or other vehicles were rarely tied down, but usually "chocked" with lumber, tracks and other heavy items placed behind or in front of sprockets or idlers.

Why they didn't chain or turn buckle them down, I don't know. It's only allied equipment that you will see extensivly tied down. Remember, allied equipment shared the rails

with passenger trains on the home front. (America or England) German rail outside of Germany (to the front or through occupied countries) would likely not share rail

with passenger trains, hence no need for the safety measures.

 
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  1. I stand corrected ;) n/t - paul bishop on Aug 13, 2017, 6:35 AM
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