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May 30 2002 at 2:05 AM
marijn_vangils  (no login)
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Response to Ferdinands/Elephants at Kursk


I think you'll get more responce in the Axis discussion group on the elephant/ferdinand question, as a lot of specialists can be found mainly overthere.

Maybe a good idea to perform a google search first, as I believe that the topic of these plates has been treated in the past. If I remember correctly though, the result of the discussion was that there is no pictorial evidence whatsoever on these plates...

On the topic of the diorama, maybe we can do something more here! I personally like both idea's, but the "in action" diorama can maybe show of their function in a better way. You can put the ferdinant with its back oblique to the viewer, so that the viewer gets a good view on the plates and panzergrenadiers on it, and gets the feeling that he is taking cover behind the AFV himself while advancing towards the russians...



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