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    Quote Originally Posted by Splinter54 View Post
    Just for the sake of engineering - but it's definately worth a sarcastic laugh - the Sd.Kfz.251 Gepanzertes Kirchenfahrzeug - The Armored Church :P


    And 7. is a Weihwasser Diffuser ('blessed water') - i think it's a fake just because of that
    nice one! i need to make a model of that!

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    as fake as it gets but

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    Good morning.

    Double Drilling on OpelBlitz


    Another - not destroyed - one


    Someone knows the name of that Hetzer JgPz version - Hetzer with Flak 38 // 20mm
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    Just: 2cm Flak 38 auf Pzkfw 38(t) as far as I know.

    Interesting picture, the Hatzer one. Do you know where it is taken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snebold View Post
    Just: 2cm Flak 38 auf Pzkfw 38(t) as far as I know.

    Interesting picture, the Hatzer one. Do you know where it is taken?
    CZ April/May 1945.
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    Just: 2cm Flak 38 auf Pzkfw 38(t) as far as I know.
    Sorry, that´s probably wrong.
    But 2cm Flak 38 auf [...] 38(t) would be normal German practice. What´should be in the [] I don´t know, Panzerknacker ought to answer this, he probably knows what qualifies to be called "selbstfahrlafette" etc.

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    Hmm, that is weird, there was a 2cm flak over a Pz 38 chassis but is not the same shape as the one pictured above.



    That seems a field convertion, probably without a proper denomination.

    as fake as it gets but
    Well, that is the modellers new sport, to fake and to made up new panzer projekt and protos...amazing.
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    I think the thing is called Flakpanzer "Gepard" or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Walter Schmidt View Post
    I think the thing is called Flakpanzer "Gepard" or something.
    Good morning - yes it is called Gepard.





























    Yay picture spam - forgive me
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    Default Re: Best of: German Engineering

    The one featured in the "picture spam" is the 2cm Flakpanzer 38(t).

    The one in the Cz spring 1945 picture seems to be based on the bergehetzer 38(t). (The chassis similarities are striking; I only have photos of models to support it though, apart from above Cz picture, and "real" Bergehetzer" pictures)

    (Think I actually managed to answer something, instead of my usual question-spamming )

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    The "rheintochter" ground to air missile.
    German surface-to-air missile, tested during World War II, but never completed development. The name translates as 'Rhine Maiden'.
    sorry to sound like a smart ***, but "Rheintochter" means not Rhine Maiden, it means simply Rhine Dougher. Tocher is doughter.

    There were other interesting efforts to create SAM missiles, llike Rheinbote, Enzian, Wasserfall and others. I wonder why the germans never paid full awareness to these projects since they possibly could have been a good solution to fight the neverending streams of allied bombers. instead they forced the V1s and V2s as quite unprecise ground to ground devices.

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    Default Re: Best of: German Engineering

    Fliegerfaust/Luftfaust AA 9 barrel rocket system.

    (no Wehrmacht trading cards included)

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    That is a very interesting piece of weapontry, I think I read that it was used at the end of the war and it was reported to be very succesful weapon


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    Here some pics of the fligerfaust/luftfaust:





    There is really no pics for this weapon


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    There were other interesting efforts to create SAM missiles, llike Rheinbote, Enzian, Wasserfall and others. I wonder why the germans never paid full awareness to these projects since they possibly could have been a good solution to fight the neverending streams of allied bombers. instead they forced the V1s and V2s as quite unprecise ground to ground devices
    Rheinbote was also ground to ground, a 4 stage solid fuel ballistic missile, it suits the "Best of German Enginneering" topic, since it was state of the art, but carried a ridicolusly small warhead for all that bother.

    Albert Speer called the V2 project the greatest failure in German allocation of development priorities during the war and believed they could have had a workable SAM instead of the V2, had they directed their effort at that.

    V2: All involved were awed by the prospects for the future, the thunder of test launches and could only with hindsight see that all their (succesful) efforts could not produce a weapon with anh impact on the war.

    V1: Much more succesful, since it was much much cheaper and several countermeasures were possible, and therefore used, by the allies (AA, fighter sqaudrons and barrage baloons that could not be used elsewhere).

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