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    Re: The filmed war (italian translated newsreels)

    Actually, the tank in the Bir Hacheim newsreel is an M 13/40, not an M 11/39. The Italian tanks were all light enough to transport via truck.
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    Re: Italian Artillery and Anti-Tank Weapons

    Italy used this AFV during the 1930s. It was intended, originally, to be the Medium tank in their armored formations (until a new Medium tank was developed). Budget constraints, among other factors,...
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    Re: Italian tanks and AFVs.

    The Semovente 76/46 was the first "real" Italian tank destroyer. The Italians armed all Semovente with a mix of ammunition but their primary role, up to the armistice, was as mobile artillery...
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    Re: Type 3 medium tank Chi-Nu

    I'm not saying there wouldn't have been tank vs tank confrontations but I believe that large numbers would have been few and far between. There would have been more smaller confrontations than grand...
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    Re: Type 3 medium tank Chi-Nu

    I dont' think the "Shermans would have been hunting in packs as they did in Europe" actually. The reasons are twofold. The Marines used tanks to support their attacks but, against the defensive...
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    Re: Italian tanks and AFVs.

    Fred and DVX,

    I never claimed that the Italians could have won the war--or even won in NA. I only stated that the better weaponry they were just beginning to field in 1943 (at the end) could...
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    Re: Equality in death

    Yes, I spoke from the US perspective but my impression was that the original question was basically from the US perspective. Looking back at the first post, I see it was more general than that and...
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    Re: Equality in death

    My point was more about public perception than any actual fact about the nature of war. We view, in general, WWII as a "good war" and part of that is to vilify the opponent in the claim that we were...
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    Re: Equality in death

    A victim is a victim; wartime produces a lot of different types of victims, all of which suffer horribly.

    As for the original question, consider these things as well.

    1. WW2 was the last...
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    Re: Why did the Italians lose?

    The Italians were not bad fighters at all; they gave good account of themselves on several occasions during the NA campaign in spite of their very poor weaponry. Like every other army, there were...
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    Re: Australians in Tobruk

    The Italian army wasn't any different than other armies in the field in that some units were very good and others very bad. There are plenty of reports of Italian units fighting very well against...
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    Re: Italian Front

    My understanding is that, when Stalin was screaming for a second front, he wanted an invasion of Northern Europe (France), not Italy. He didn't see the significance of invading Italy, which was...
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    Re: Italian tanks and AFVs.

    It was roughly equal to the Sherman, stat-wise, but was made with poorer-quality steel, nowhere near as reliable and never produced in numbers for a variety of reasons. Development took way too...
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    Re: Was Rommel over-rated?

    True, however remember that he was expecting the British to lose their resolve and the army to crumble. If his armored forces are at the border of Egypt and the UK forces collapse in panic, then he...
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    Re: Anti-armor weapons of the japanese infantry.

    Thanks Tom!

    Do you happen to know how the SNLF organized the Shinhoto "120" AFV? I'm wondering if it was in 2 AFV sections or 4-6 AFV per platoon?

    Also, how did the Japanese sights on the...
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    Re: Anti-armor weapons of the japanese infantry.

    Thanks, everyone! Good information. :)
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    Re: Was Rommel over-rated?

    IMHO, Rommel was a very good commander--not the best German general of the war, but very good.

    He continually looked for the knock-out blow in Africa. His "Dash to the Wire" was an attempt to...
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    Re: Anti-armor weapons of the japanese infantry.

    Does anyone have information on the Shinhoto Chi-ha tank variant developed in 1944 for the navy (SNLF support)? It mounted a 120mm short naval gun. I am very interested in the gun performance and...
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