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Remains of Syrian Panzer IV's
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TheSoldier Oct 6 2013, 12:30pm says:

Look, I can still see a Balkenkruz! :D

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Comanche_Prime Oct 6 2013, 2:39pm says:

WTF? Syrians still use 70-old tank, or what?

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agostinho Oct 6 2013, 3:22pm replied:

Probably form Vichy French/German forces or from one of the wars against Israel.

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agostinho Oct 6 2013, 4:01pm replied:


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willychong8921 Oct 9 2013, 11:29am says:

Looks salvageable, yet you can't cause its a national treasure, reminded them on that war.

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deniable_pain Oct 15 2013, 3:15pm says:

if that thing was used in syria's wars with israel then it means germany sold us its remaining weapons after ww2 and sold them their remaining tanks,a bit two face policy but then again why not arm both sides of the conflict if it gives you more money...

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rkraptor70 Oct 28 2013, 9:47am replied:

Those tanks were given to Syria by Soviets.

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tankgunner12 Nov 27 2013, 2:03am replied:

He's probably right. The Russians captured a lot of German hardware.

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Rommel2010 Mar 11 2014, 8:04pm says:

Syrien hat damals von deutschland Panzer 4 bekommen ! Diese guten Panzer wurden im 6 tage Krieg noch eingesetzt !

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