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Different Tanks and Armored Vehicles Juxtaposed

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Cools pics.

 

Is the German WW1 tank a mock up i was under the impression none survived after the war. 

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27 minutes ago, Marko said:

Cools pics.

 

Is the German WW1 tank a mock up i was under the impression none survived after the war. 

 

I think it might be an original that ended up in Australia and was loaned back. I am not sure 100% anymore.

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No.

The only surviving original A7V is in Australia (and in not so good shape, I seem to have heard). The "new" one is a replica, based on original blueprints, and seems to have been an engineering project of the Bundeswehr University in Hamburg, ca. 1987 or so; production was then sponsored by a number of defense contractors. These days the A7V can be seen on display in the Panzermuseum in Munster.

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13 minutes ago, Ssnake said:

No.

The only surviving original A7V is in Australia (and in not so good shape, I seem to have heard). The "new" one is a replica, based on original blueprints, and seems to have been an engineering project of the Bundeswehr University in Hamburg, ca. 1987 or so; production was then sponsored by a number of defense contractors. These days the A7V can be seen on display in the Panzermuseum in Munster.

Thanks for clearing that up ! :3

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