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Friday, July 29, 2011
The Germans made several Panzer III with interleaved tracks and they were used for training soldiers since the type did not go into series production.
This is the artillery observation version. There is a dummy gun and machine gun in the turret.
Several turretless Panzer III tanks were converted into engineer / bridge transporter versions.
The artillery observation version had extra radios and the same size crew as the regular version.
The rail road version in the lower left corner, and the center rear is the munitions carrier. Lots of versions of Panzer III.