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Tasmanian based WW1 German field pieces

Article about: by Mark P Great theme, I never gave this much thought. In Banadiana Army Base they have an interesting museum with many items and well worth a look; one of my favourits is the Matilda tanks

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    Quote by michael77 View Post
    Omeo in East Gippsland Near Mount Hotham
    Cheers, the only one I've been close to is in South Africa, I'll have to make a trip up there. I don't even recall one at the AWM
    Regards
    René

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    She's a ripper hay.

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    Bizarre it ended up there ill look around for some more photos

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    Your 88 makes our Bofors look pretty lame

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    Cheers
    Dave

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    Ahh around my parts we have the 25 pdrs
    I'll have to take pics of my local one, I guess it's an earlier one with out the muzzle brake
    Regards
    René

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    Love to see it Rene.
    These old pieces are in most Australian towns.We loved dragging these things half way round the world to sit in our parks and in front of the local RSL club.
    God bless um for thinking of us way back then.
    Cheers mate
    Dave

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    G'day Dave

    We took a quick drive to the Kew RSL to take these shots for all
    42 GMH
    Regards
    René

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    She's a beaut Rene,cheers mate.
    Love the turntable and the leather and canvas straps and pouchs.It;s a very original and complete piece mate hay.niiiccce
    50km South in Launceston there's a couple of 25 pounders but their not as smick as this one.There's two 5.5 inch mediums there and an old Crimean war era Russian made muzzle loader.
    I'll grab some shots next time i'm down there.
    All the best mate
    Dave

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    Great theme, I never gave this much thought. In Banadiana Army Base they have an interesting museum with many items and well worth a look; one of my favourits is the Matilda tanks as well as a T34, Mark

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    Quote by Mark P View Post
    Great theme, I never gave this much thought. In Banadiana Army Base they have an interesting museum with many items and well worth a look; one of my favourits is the Matilda tanks as well as a T34, Mark
    I've been there and a great place,
    I've a bunch of pics I've taken if you want me to post them?
    Regards
    René

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