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    Default Russian tank insignia

    Hey guys.

    Im looking for russian tank insignia, especially late war guard units!
    (Its for my Flames of war, russian guards army).

    Cheers...

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    Default Re: Russian tank insignia

    Soviet unit insignia:
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    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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    Thanks guys!
    I would just wish i could read russian... Its gonna be quite a problem writing the "grafitti", on the tanks, as i actually dont know what the hell im writing! :-)
    Last edited by Schallburg; 02-17-2009 at 03:16 PM.

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    Our Russian Members can better assist you.
    As a very rough guide: C = S, P = R , pi = P, /_\ = D , H = N, |/| = I, and pi with a comma instead of a plain vertical = L. The x with a vertical bar through it = Ch or sch. The reversed "7" = G. The o with a vertical through it = f. The y with a vertical through it = either u or y. the reversed 3 or plain "3" = V , close enough. R reversed = IA or Ya.

    Using the above rough system, I find I can even read Cyrillic text, as long as I take a bit of time over it. Once you recognise the letter patterns, the words become plain enough, and you can sort the transliteration from there.

    Two commonly seen phrases : "Va Stalin" = For Stalin. "Na Rodina" = "For the motherland" (this sometimes appears as "Na Rodinu" = For the Fatherland").

    Hope this info helps you, small amount though it is.

    Regards, Uyraell.
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    Default Re: Russian tank insignia

    Which ones exactly you want to know about?

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    Default Re: Russian tank insignia

    Quote Originally Posted by Egorka View Post
    Which ones exactly you want to know about?
    Hey sorry for the late answer mate!
    I would like to know about the most "common" ones used (if there is such a thing!).

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