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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    The italian tank issue en 1939-41 was particulary awful, they probably should bought the license and tools to produce the panzer III and its arc welding technology.


    RS


    Yes, they controlled...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    The only german machine that fly and could transport a tank in may 1941 was the Messerschmitt Me 321 Gigant, but they never had a proper 4 engined bomber for towing the beast, much less with 15 to 20...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Good info Nick,I am pretty sure no german panzer landed until the end of the fight for Crete. Maybe some halftrack but surely no tanks.
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Well, they could be used as mobile fire support for the kiwis , purely fighting agaist infantry, the Matilda armor cannot be defeated by the ridiculous 8mm antitank rifles wich some nazi paratroopers...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Did the matildas actually fired in anger in that island ? i knew there were a dozen of mark IIs but I thought that armor was overrun by german paratroopers. By the way is good to see most of the...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Well, I guess the concept of speed was right, the speed was the engine behind the Blitzkrieg too, however the US tank of that time were too lightly armored and too lightly armed to do real harm in...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    It is, in the pictures is rarely seen with that attachment though.

    Track repair.

    http://i37.tinypic.com/2udvxo6.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Thank you lads.

    Some squematics, external stowage, turret, and driver location.

    http://i35.tinypic.com/25r049c.jpg


    http://i33.tinypic.com/2jc8tw5.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    The engine were diesels, but 2 stroke diesel, a very rare one, specially for that time. It had the advantage of fewer parts tha the usual 4 stroke engine, but is a bit tricky to repair and requires a...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    It was better armored than anything the the Us had in that time , for sure. But I guess since the tank was not suited for cavalry like penetrations it didnt fit in US tank doctrine.
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Yes, that was my idea :)

    And this is also rare, Matilda in US soil.

    http://i33.tinypic.com/16ggaqu.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    You are welcome.

    http://i36.tinypic.com/2dlj528.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Final part:

    http://i36.tinypic.com/4lt2sy.jpg


    http://i36.tinypic.com/2a5ixi0.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Matildas in Somaliland, continues.

    http://i34.tinypic.com/2hyf9t3.jpg


    http://i38.tinypic.com/25z0bvm.jpg


    http://i38.tinypic.com/10fcp3o.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    As I promised, The Matilda campaign in East Africa, extract of "The Matilda" by Bryan Perret:

    http://i38.tinypic.com/2rws56c.jpg


    http://i38.tinypic.com/641p9y.jpg

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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    My too, is one of the few ww2 british tanks that actually worth something. :cool:



    Uh...get a K-98K or a VZ-35 and you will be fine shooting hot loads until the end of the world.

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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Hmmm, a burst with the besa mg and the bike is no more.

    transporting the Matilda.

    http://i36.tinypic.com/2lcrxqc.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    24 km/h full speed ahead was the top speed for the Matilda, so yes if were a good runner you probably would cath it up, and in the desert the hatch is likely to open, a couple of hand...
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Sure , the germans used captured Matildas even before the Afrika krops, this is one modified with a open turret and 50mm gun.

    http://img160.imageshack.us/img160/8523/matya7.jpg
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    Re: The Matilda, queen of the desert.

    Profile of the "Gamecok", a Matilda II mark I captured in France, note the tailskid designed for avoid falling in a wide trench. also it had the increased clearance wich improved cross country...
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    A very curious image, a german used...

    A very curious image, a german used Matildad...recaptured by british infantry, I suppose than given the slow speed of the infantry tank you can reach it running.
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    Actually the Matilda is a little longer than the...

    Actually the Matilda is a little longer than the pz III and IV with 6.1 meters, however the turret ring in both german designs in larger.

    Incidentally the Churchill have a inch more in ring...
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    Rare cammo in the "Griffin", a Malta based...

    Rare cammo in the "Griffin", a Malta based Matilda mark III, it was designed to mix up the tank with the Maltese envoriment...wich was rich in low white stone walls.
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    Operation Battleaxe, the kingdom in Peril: ...

    Operation Battleaxe, the kingdom in Peril:

    The operation Battleaxe was the first british major offensive agaist the Afrika Korps, it took place the June 15th 1941. The armor componentes of this...
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    And here you got another Matilda emplacement,...

    And here you got another Matilda emplacement, this a very ease to conceal and very hard to find by aerial recce operations.
    However Rommel did not repeated his 1941 mistakes when he go after the...
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