Greetings Panzerwreckers David Šolc has been in touch once again to put a location to a Jagdpanzer in InFocus 1. Over to David: I have another addition for you. Now it’s about photography on the side number 72 of your Jagdpanzer 38 IN FOCUS 1 book. Same footage you can find in this Deutsche Wochenschau from November 1944: It […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers, David Šolc reached out again with a location for the Jagdpanzer on pages 60-61 of In Focus 1: Jagdpanzer 38: between the barracks and the railway station at Rokytnice v Orlických horách Thanks David for the extra info and for permitting the use of your photos! Know something we don’t? Drop us a line […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers, David Šolc reached out earlier this week with a definitive location for the location of the two Sd.Kfz.251/22s on page 90 of Panzerwrecks 18: Havlíčkův Brod airport. Thanks David! Know something we don’t? Drop us a line so we can tell the world.
Greetings Panzerwreckers. Martin Cavell recently touched base clarifying what the item is on the roof of the Beobachtungswagen on page 75 of Panzerwrecks X. Over to Martin: “Re-reading the excellent PW10, I figured something out, but it’s almost too trivial to share. P. 75, the Pz.Beob.Wg.IV. The “box like item” obscuring the TSR1 mount to […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers. Javier Tome touched base over the Christmas/New Year break with a location update for the Panzer IV/70(A) on page 204 of Forgotten Archives 1. Although the photo has been in a few books, it is often cropped so that the surrounding buildings are not seen. Never a big fan of cropping, nearly all the photos […]
Olivier Lefebvre touched base today with a location for ‘Charfours’ on page 16 of Panzerwrecks 21. Over to you Olivier: The location is not Charfours but Chaufour in the Yvelines (near Vernon), which I happened to pass through a few times since I live nearby. Thanks to Google Streetview I managed to get views from […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers, Andrew Deely and Angus Creighton have burnt the midnight oil to bring us an index of vehicles in each of the Panzerwrecks Series books. This will be updated as new books are published. As time permits, I will look into compiling this into a searchable database, but for now, you can download a PDF, just […]
Greetings Panzerwreckers. Michel Van den Berghe got in touch recently with an exact location of the M36 TDs at Büsbach from page 103 of Forgotten Archives 2: Konrad – Adenauer Strasse. Thanks Michel.
From ‘Current Reports from overseas No.82’, I found this narrative of the ‘Raamsdonk Terrier Battle’ as featured in Panzerwrecks 18, pages 66-73: Introduction 1. This report of an action by a troop of Sherman tanks and an infantry platoon affords a good example of quick thinking and initiative on the part of individual tank commanders. […]