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Panzert Jan 1 2011, 7:56am says:

You wouldn't happen to know what book these are from, would you?

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kikiti Jan 1 2011, 8:07am says:

i took the picture from

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Panzert Jan 1 2011, 10:40am replied:

Thanks. I'm fairly sure these illustrations are from a book originally though.

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GriffinZ Jan 1 2011, 9:19am says:

Panzer 38(t) was a Czech tank, though superiour in tank to tank battle compared to panzer I and II, and was therefor used by the Germans -it wasn't German.

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Panzert Jan 1 2011, 10:39am replied:

It also tried to kill Otto Carius D:

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Phenixtri Jan 4 2011, 1:36am replied:

It was also one of the few tanks that the Germans had that could actually go one on one with the Polish 7TP & Vickers E single turret tanks in the September 1939 Polish campaign.

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Panzert Jan 4 2011, 6:46am replied:

The panzer IV and III could probably have engaged them, but little numbers of them were fielded at the time.

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Phenixtri Jan 4 2011, 9:35pm replied:

They actually fielded panzer 3 n 4s in Poland 1939? As far as I know they primarily used Panzer 1s, PzKpfw 38 ts, & only a few panzer 2 armed with 20 mm auto cannons. The res were mostly armored cars & half tracks of various kinds. :/

Makes me wonder if a 7TP ever went 1 on 1 with a Panzer series of 2 or higher ? Back to the history books & archives for me :)

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