Category Archives: Repairing the Panzers Vol.1

Breakdown Flag for Panzers from Lukas Friedli

Finally I found some more info on the Ausfallflagge (repair flag). This description has been found in the manual D76 “Panzerangriff im Rahmen einer Infanteriedivision vom 23 Juni 1936.” When the flag was hung (ruhig gehalten) it meant ‘Breakdown,” when it was waved (geschwenkt), it meant “Help Required!” Type of flag                                 a) hung     […]

Repairing the Panzers Vol.1 – a few corrections

Dear interested readers of RtP1 First, we need to apologize to Kevin Fish whom we forgot to put in the acknowledgements on page 6 even though he was among the generous donors of photos (see the photos on pages 121-123 marked correctly KF). He is an author himself (Panzer Regiment 8: In World War II […]

Announcing ‘Repairing the Panzers,’ by Lukas Friedli, a Ripping Yarn of Loss and Redemption

We are pleased to announce our first hardcover book, “Repairing the Panzers,” by Lukas Friedli. And what a book it is! All told, it is a massive 256 pages, with close to 300 photos depicting all aspects of maintenance, repair and recovery of German AFVs in exquisite detail. The majority of photos are unpublished, and […]

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