Allied vehicles used by German forces

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Allied vehicles used by German forces

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Try http://www.thisisjersey.com/hmd/ The Occupation Memorial, it has a number of photos of British Military and American and British civillian vehicles commondered or captured in german military use. Also photos of the fortifications.
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Here a American car in German service
The photo's I post are from my personal collection.
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A French bus

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A Russian truck, the so-called Ruski-Ford
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A French tracked armoured vehicle.
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This is a enlargement of a part of a photo I own.
The vehicle is a Chevrolet-Daf as used by the Dutch in 1940 and captured by the germans.G
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Nice collection :D Some civillian cars including Jaguars and at least one buick were commondered (stolen) from Jersy and sent to France in 1940, 41
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A Morris Commercial in german service.
Onder a magnifying glass I see WH on the fender.
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>The vehicle is a Chevrolet-Daf as used by the Dutch in 1940 and >captured by the germans.G

Was that actually made originally as a Command Car? If so, neat! Never saw one before.


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>The vehicle is a Chevrolet-Daf as used by the Dutch in 1940 and >captured by the germans.G

Was that actually made originally as a Command Car? If so, neat! Never saw one before.


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Was that actually made originally as a Command Car? If so, neat! Never saw one before.


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It was used as a light anti tank gun tractors in which the guncrew and ammo was transported.

Don't think there any still in existence anymore.
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Enigma wrote:A Morris Commercial in german service.
Onder a magnifying glass I see WH on the fender.
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Nice inclusion of bicycles in that photo also.