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Thread: British tank green over time ... can anyone help?

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    Default British tank green over time ... can anyone help?

    Hi there,

    I'm looking for a summary on British paint history on tanks / AFVs.
    AFAIK, there was a switch from Bronze Green towards Olive Drab (slightly different from US) during WWII. But Bronze Green became again present during Korea?
    It is nice to have big heavy tanks, it is even nicer not to need them

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    Really no one?
    It is nice to have big heavy tanks, it is even nicer not to need them

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    Default Re: British tank green over time ... can anyone help?

    Not so many of us on here nowadays. Sorry I can't help you out, maybe someone will be along soon that can give you an answer.
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    Default Re: British tank green over time ... can anyone help?

    Mike Starmer is one of the experts on the subject and has self published several books on the subject, he has posted some information on MAFVA website including how to mix the correct colours using modern model paints.

    http://www.mafva.net/other%20pages/Starmer%20camo.htm

    This site has a few easier to follow tables

    http://www.miniatures.de/camouflage-british.html
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    Default Re: British tank green over time ... can anyone help?

    Quote Originally Posted by leccy View Post
    Mike Starmer is one of the experts on the subject and has self published several books on the subject, he has posted some information on MAFVA website including how to mix the correct colours using modern model paints.

    http://www.mafva.net/other%20pages/Starmer%20camo.htm

    This site has a few easier to follow tables

    http://www.miniatures.de/camouflage-british.html
    Thanks.
    However, first site I discovered already and second only refers to up till 1945 as well.
    Or is the Deep Bronze green no 24 standard base starting from 1945?

    One thing is for sure: understanding the different British colours and history is even worse than the German ones.
    It is nice to have big heavy tanks, it is even nicer not to need them

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