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T 34 post ww2 casualities and use

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    I think they Syrians used some Panzer IVs in the 1973 war, would be interesting to see if any of those survived, great pics tanks totash7!

    Reg

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    Hi Reg,

    Here's a PzIV on the Golan Heights in about '73. The other one is in an Israeli museum, captured as war booty, note the Syrian Sturmgeschutz III behind it.

    Regards, Ned.

    P.S. Note the original Balkenkreuz showing through the faded paint on the last pic!
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    Quote by big ned View Post
    Hi Reg,

    Here's a PzIV on the Golan Heights in about '73. The other one is in an Israeli museum, captured as war booty, note the Syrian Sturmgeschutz III behind it.

    Regards, Ned.

    P.S. Note the original Balkenkreuz showing through the faded paint on the last pic!
    Good pictures
    The Panzer in the first picture is the Syrian army in Six Days War
    June 1967 and not 1973 it was in a post over looking the Israeli
    Jordan valley .


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    Great stuff, cheers Totach and Ned!

    Reg

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    on the golan heights there are still some t34 laying around. most likely as decoy targets. btw is it possible to fire the gun of a t34 manually without starting the engine and electricity supply?

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    on the golan heights there are still some t34 laying around. most likely as decoy targets. btw is it possible to fire the gun of a t34 manually without starting the engine and electricity supply?
    The gun on T-34 is fully mechanical, and you can shot just with the turret and without the tank itself
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    Dimas

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    The Syrians had been running PzIV since the end of WWII, they purchased alot of the scrap PzIV's from Normandy from the French scrap dealers, a good quality reliable tank. Makes you wonder what would have happened had the Germans just maxed the production of PzIV's as oposed to the many different tank designs from 43 to 45??

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    My father in a picture from the Six Days War on a T 34

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    T 34 Golan 1973






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    Very interesting pictures and history of the tanks
    Regards,
    Dimas

    my Skype: warrelics

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