1. Post war disposal

    Post war disposal

    Tank park, Hatfield Herts 1945. IWM picture. The scale of the post war 'drawdown and disposal ' issue... Unit cost per tank.....
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    German Woman, 95, Charged With Complicity In More Than 10,000 Murders During WWII

    Link (NPR) Good to see the people responsible are still being charged. Just a shame they didn't do it at the time. A few snippets: "German prosecutors have filed charges against a 95-year-old woman they say was complicit in the murder of more than 10,000 people at the Stutthof concentration...
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    The Last Battle

    You couldn't make it up. 5th May 1945, and only three days before WWII ended. American Tankies from Company B, 23rd Tank Battalion, US 12th Armoured Division and GI's from 142nd Infantry Regiment joined forces with Wehrmacht Major Josef 'Sepp' Gangl and Waffen SS Hauptsturmführer Kurt...
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    German Ground Forces of World War II

    This is a reference work that is also an essential tool for anyone researching the Wehrmacht and the Waffen SS. It is amazingly comprehensive and gives a detailed analysis of every German field formation above divisional level. It also describes the ORBAT of many satellite units assigned to...
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    Britain's completely underrated role in WWII

    There is a magnificently passionate and detailed reply on Quora to the question "Who actually defeated Nazi Germany, America or the Soviets?" - https://www.quora.com/Who-actually-defeated-Nazi-Germany-America-or-the-Soviets Needs editing but told me many things I did not know, about British...
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    Reference Image Valentine and Variants

    Valentine MkII:-
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    Reference Image Stuart Light Tanks

    Stuart MkIV M3A1:- Stuart MkVI M5A1:-
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    Reference Image Cruiser Tank - Comet

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    Reference Image WW2 Scout/Armoured Cars and Derivatives (incl. Inter-War).

    For all WW2/Inter-war scout and armoured cars, plus the R/C tankette weapons (as there's not much point having a "Goliath" thread, as far as I can see). Daimler Dingo:-