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When did the Germans make the switch from Dunkelgrau to Dunkelgelb for their AFV base color?


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Redwing6 #21 Posted Mar 31 2017 - 23:23

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View PostLethalhavoc, on Mar 21 2017 - 03:19, said:

End of 42 I believe.

Dunkelgrau was used again in 45 due to paint shortages.

 

There was also a transition period where dunkelgrau AFV's were striped and/or dotted with dunkelgelb.

 

This correct. You can find very rare color pictures of the transition from time to time.

AZandEL #22 Posted Aug 29 2017 - 01:17

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View PostKenshin2kx, on Mar 21 2017 - 03:36, said:

 

... Dunsel is a good one too ... for it to be understood, the player would needa fan of the original Star Trek series.

 

Dunsel is a term used by midshipmen in the 23rd century to describe a part which serves no useful purpose. The term was used as an insult (albeit a playful one) to Captain James T. Kirk during the 2268 war games test of the M-5 Multitronic Unit created by Dr. Richard Daystrom.

 

or is it duncile




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