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The Panhard 165 and 175 were two types of French armored cars designed for the North African colonies.
They saw action during the Riff war and in WW2.
An article written and illustrated by David Bocquelet

http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/france/panhard-165-175.php

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The Panhard 165 and 175 were two types of French armored cars designed for the North African colonies.
They saw action during the Riff war and in WW2.
An article written and illustrated by David Bocquelet

http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/france/panhard-165-175.php

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A curious photo from post war Czechoslovakia shows a Hummel SPG with the gun from a Wespe. About 11 such vehicles were built near the end of the war, as a stop gap solution to get more SPGs to the front.
8 of these vehicles then entered service with the Czechoslovak army.
An intriguing article by the Tank Hunter with illustration by the talented David Bocquelet
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/nazi_germany/hummel-wespe-10-5cm

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A curious photo from post war Czechoslovakia shows a Hummel SPG with the gun from a Wespe. About 11 such vehicles were built near the end of the war, as a stop gap solution to get more SPGs to the front.
8 of these vehicles then entered service with the Czechoslovak army.
An intriguing article by the Tank Hunter with illustration by the talented David Bocquelet
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/nazi_germany/hummel-wespe-10-5cm

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A curious photo from post war Czechoslovakia shows a Hummel SPG with the gun from a Wespe. About 11 such vehicles were built near the end of the war, as a stop gap solution to get more SPGs to the front.
8 of these vehicles then entered service with the Czechoslovak army.
An intriguing article by the Tank Hunter with illustration by the talented David Bocquelet
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww2/nazi_germany/hummel-wespe-10-5cm

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The American WWI Skeleton tank is one of the more ludicrous proposals in AFV history. It was designed to be able to cross large trenches while also having a minimal weight, which lead to its tube structure.
Only one was ever built and tested. However, there are indications that the initial plans for the Skeleton tank might have preceded and influenced the first British tanks.
An excellent article by the Tank Hunter with illustrations by David Bocquelet

http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww1/US/us-pioneer-tractor-skeleton-tank/

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The American WWI Skeleton tank is one of the more ludicrous proposals in AFV history. It was designed to be able to cross large trenches while also having a minimal weight, which lead to its tube structure.
Only one was ever built and tested. However, there are indications that the initial plans for the Skeleton tank might have preceded and influenced the first British tanks.
An excellent article by the Tank Hunter with illustrations by David Bocquelet

http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww1/US/us-pioneer-tractor-skeleton-tank/

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The American WWI Skeleton tank is one of the more ludicrous proposals in AFV history. It was designed to be able to cross large trenches while also having a minimal weight, which lead to its tube structure.
Only one was ever built and tested. However, there are indications that the initial plans for the Skeleton tank might have preceded and influenced the first British tanks.
An excellent article by the Tank Hunter with illustrations by David Bocquelet

http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/ww1/US/us-pioneer-tractor-skeleton-tank/

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Have you checked out our TAA article? Well, better check it again, as it just received an astounding illustration from the talented David Bocquelet
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/coldwar/Romania/taa-tank-destroyer

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Have you checked out our TAA article? Well, better check it again, as it just received an astounding illustration from the talented David Bocquelet
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/coldwar/Romania/taa-tank-destroyer
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