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warheart
warheart

awesome. whats the meaning of schnuck? if it has one.

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Delta33 Author
Delta33

Schnuck is the tanks name.

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70

How was it's armor? It looks superior to Mark 1's.

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Delta33 Author
Delta33

Yes, it was superior in almost every term.
It was faster, it had an better armament and a better armor.

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70

BTW is this the British Tank Museum's replica? The name matches.

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Delta33 Author
Delta33

Yes this is the replica.
The original Schnuck got scrapped in 1921.

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Panzert
Panzert

This is a f*cking good replica. About as close as we'll get to a functional a7v.

The A7V's main problem was its mobility. Being a big metal box, it struggled with the battlefield of ww1.

On paper it was superior to the mark I-IV though.

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GriffinZ
GriffinZ

except it looks like a METUL BAWKS while Mark I is probably the coolest thing ever. Oh and got double the dakka :P

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Ominous-Spud
Ominous-Spud

Agreed, the Mark I is by far the coolest looking Steam Punk style tank there was.

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guzmann
guzmann

"Snoek" is the Dutch word for "pike" in English (the fish), so I guess "Schnuck" is the German translation for pike. Dutch and German languages are very alike.

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guzmann
guzmann

Hmmm.....forget my last post. The German word for "Snoek" is "Hecht".

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"Schnuck , schnuck meaning , definition of schnuck , what is schnuck - German. An expression without any meaning which is included in everyday conversations to see how the other person reacts. First used in the "titanic" magazine and adapted by readers.
Some examples : Ja, stimmt - aber auch schnuck, oder?(Yes, right - but also schnuck, isn't it?)"

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Autrach998
Autrach998

good ol anti trench warfare tank

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Place of origin: Germany
Era: WW1
Crew: 16
In service: 1917 - 1918
Armament: 57mm cannon, 6 MG08, 1 MG08/15
Weight: 30 tons
Max. speed: 16 km/h

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