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Discussion in 'The Tanks of World War 2' started by Ricky, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. Ricky

    Ricky Active Member

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    Hi guys,

    for the Preserved Military Vehicle Project we are working on, I would like to use the pictures and information posted here by our members of vehicles in museums/monuments/etc.

    Please let me know if that is ok, as I need your permission to use your pictures.

    Particularly:

    dennis trowbridge
    Liang
    panzermehaniker
    SturmTiger
    wo.kelly

    Please please please feel under no compulsion to say yes. They are your pictures so it is your choice.

    Thanks guys.
     
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    You've got mine.If you need pics of anything I might have,let me know.
     
  3. Ricky

    Ricky Active Member

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    Ricky,
    you can use any of the pic's from Tankfest (Tank Museum) at http://www.pedg.co.uk that are mine i.e.

    http://www.pedg.co.uk/chollie.htm
    http://www.pedg.co.uk/chollie2.htm
    http://www.pedg.co.uk/tankfest2006.htm
    http://www.pedg.co.uk/tankfest2006-2.htm
    http://www.pedg.co.uk/tankfest2006-3.htm

    That would rule out those from Graeme Patterson (Saumur), Major Magee, Chuck etc. but there are plenty left that I took.

    The following are runners:
    Matilda (both marks)
    Crusader
    Valentine
    Comet
    Churchill (Petard)

    Pzkpfw MkIII L
    Pzkpfw MkVI Tiger

    The Tiger II (ex Shrivingham job) would need it's running gear fixed, an engine and gearbox etc and it could run.
     
  5. dennis trowbridge

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    yes certainly

    yes you can use any of my photos, if any that you need has been copywrited let me know and I will send the originals

    dennis
    and thanks for asking
     
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    Thanks guys! :D
     
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    dennis, I'm just puttingthe link to your webpages of photos - is that ok?
     
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    Cholbert - great site, thanks. What does PEDG stand for?
     
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    There's a logo at the bottom of the main page which reads Panzer Elite Development Group, my guess is that's it.
     
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    Simon has it, PEDG is the Panzer Elite Development Group. It used to make mods for PE but over the last year we got permission to play with the code so have been able to introduce ToF, better bullistics and AI behaviour. I'm just the quartermaster :D

    I'm pretty sure Chuck and Andy (Major Magee) wouldn't object if you asked over on the PEDG forum http://p202.ezboard.com/bpedg
     

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