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Cool link porusski

Postby Uljas T. Sotka » Sun Mar 04, 2007 10:12 pm

Cheers!

I wish Mr. Moderator well.

http://serkoff.narod.ru/fai-m-3z.jpg


Here is a link credited to Mr. E. Muikku. If you cut the link

http://serkoff.narod.ru/

You can do surfing. You should know the Russian alfabet or Greek alfabet. "Avtomobilja" = car, "bronetransport" = armoured vehicles, "fotografija, gallerija"= photos, gallery.
I liked the monster tank T-35 color "fotografija".

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Re: Cool link porusski

Postby AndreasLarka » Mon Mar 05, 2007 8:45 am

Uljas T. Sotka wrote:I wish Mr. Moderator well.

Thanks.
Please try to keep the postings on this forum Finland-related.
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Yes it was a risky attempt

Postby Uljas T. Sotka » Mon Mar 05, 2007 10:07 am

Yes. I thought about it for some time. Then I thought, is Winter War armour battles were one-sided, they are also famous. Winter War battles were very much anti-tank battles from the Finnish point of view.

Finnish anti-tank measures, Molotov cocktails, Bofors 37 mm are, in my point of view, armour warfare. I thought it was just common sense not to use WW1 Renault tanks as attack or anti-tank weapon. But enemy tanks are part of concept "tank battles". "A tank battle", in my view, does not mean that both sides have tanks.

However, Renault tanks or similar looking US versions were also at Hawaii garrison to 1941.

I understand that the link is off-topic from "General Finnish Questions".
The Winter War booty tanks formed the backbone of 1941 summer offensive.

Sorry, my intention was not to disturb

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