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Discussion in 'The Tanks of World War 2' started by malasorte, Sep 21, 2007.

  1. malasorte

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    What Panzer is in picture ?

    Thanks
     
  2. Oli

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    One of the Marder III series?
     
  3. Christian Ankerstjerne

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    It's a Marder II - notice the roadwheels.
     
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    Agree with Marder II. :)
     
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    Rats!
    I've been away too long, forgotten everything :oops:
    Yup, Marder II.
     
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    How effective was the Marder series? I guess the open top made it easy to spot targets. :bang: :bang: at the enemy..
     
  7. Christian Ankerstjerne

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    It also made it vulnerable to small arms fire. A decent gun platform, but I'd prefer a Sturmgesch├╝tz III or Jagdpanzer IV.
     

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