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RE: [G104] [Fwd: Sherman Tank Turret Differences]

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  • Hanno Spoelstra
    Jim, Sorry, I did not send you a file. Anyone who did, please resend it to the group and Jim. Regards, Hanno ... confirm that it is in adobe, and I should be
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 5, 2011
      Jim,

      Sorry, I did not send you a file.

      Anyone who did, please resend it to the group and Jim.

      Regards,
      Hanno

      At 18:27 16-9-2011 -0400, you wrote:
      >
      >Hanno, I can not open the file you tried to send to me. Please resend,
      confirm that it is in adobe, and I should be able to open it.
      >
      >Thank you,
      >
      >Jim
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >To: G104@yahoogroups.com
      >From: HL.Spoelstra@...
      >Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 22:58:05 +0200
      >Subject: [G104] [Fwd: Sherman Tank Turret Differences]
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >------------------------- Oorspronkelijk bericht -------------------------
      >Onderwerp: Sherman Tank Turret Differences
      >Van: "James A. Jackson" <jjackso5@...>
      >Datum: Vr, 16 september, 2011 9:48 pm
      >Aan: "Hanno Spoelstra" <hl.spoelstra@...>
      >----------------------------------------------------------
      >
      >Hanno, Is there a location, source that i could use to find the definitive
      >differences between the various type of turrets used on the Sherman's and
      >which hulls they were married up too? The reason for the request is that
      >we are building several versions of the Sherman's for our club and we want
      >them to be historically correct. The second part of the task will be the
      >use the correct series of hull number for the tanks that would have been
      >fighting in Europe during WWII, in the Ardennes region mainly with
      >Patton's 4th Armored Division. Other units and divisions would also be
      >considered if the information is available.
      >
      >Any assistance and guidance will be appreciated.
      >
      >Thank you for your time and assistance,
      >
      >Jim Jackson
      >
      >CO, Detroit Tank Command, an R/C Armor Club
      >
      >www.detroittankcommand.com
      >
      >jjackso5@...
      >
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