German nomenclature: mittleren geländegängiger Personenkraftwagen (Kfz. 12) mit Einheitsfahrgestell für mittleren Pkw.
English designation: Medium cross-country car with standard chassis for medium armored car.
|Net weight||2,600 kg||5,732 lb.|
|Pay load||500 kg||1,102 lb.|
|Gross weight||3,100 kg||6,834 lb.|
|Weight: Front axle||1,300 kg||2,865 lb.|
|Weight: Rear axle||1,800 kg||3,968 lb.|
|Length (overall)||4,700 mm||15 ft., 5 ins.|
|Width (overall)||1,860 mm||6 ft., 1 in.|
|Height (overall)||2,070 mm||6 ft., 9 ins.|
|Ground clearance||250 mm||9 7/8 ins.|
|Tread centers||1,520 mm||4 ft., 12 ins.|
|Wheelbase||3,100 mm||122 ins.|
|Wheel width||194 mm||7 5/8 ins.|
|Angle of approach||60°|
|Angle of departure||40°|
|Fording depth||550 mm||21 5/8 ins.|
|Overturn gradient (lengthwise)||50°|
|Overturn gradient (crosswise)||30°|
|Turning radius||13 meters||42 ft., 8 ins.|
|Trailer load||700 kg||1,543 lb.|
|Engine horsepower||80 c-v||78.9 hp|
|Piston displacement||3,600 cu cm||216 cu. ins.|
|Fuel tank capacity||110 liters||29 gal.|
|Highway fuel consumption||9.4 m.p.g.|
|Average terrain fuel consumption||7.1 m.p.g.|
90. Gen. Erwin Rommel with the 15th Panzer Division between Tobruk and Sidi Omar. Sdf. Zwilling, Libya, January or November 24, 1941. 242-EAPC-6-M713a. (From The National Archives)
Author: Bryan Perrett
Publisher: Arms and Armour Press
Edition Description: Illustrated
“SC 321321 – PHOTO COVERAGE OF SICILY
Biscardi, Sicily, January 1944.
Signal Corps Photo Sicily #21. Received from Historical Division (capt. J.C. Hatlem) Released by OPI, MME, 11 July 1949
Orig. Neg. Lot 17642 mk”
Pz. VI Ausf E Tiger I
76mm Gun Carriage
M10 Hellcat tank destroyer of the 701st Tank Destroyers Battalion, Italy, March 1945.
This set of five 135th Infantry Regiment mugs is for sale on ebay right now. I have seen this set for the 135th and the 168th, but I haven’t seen a set for the 133rd.
ANZIO, ITALY – Signal Corp photo showing Sherman M4A2 tanks unloading from LST 77 in the harbor at Anzio.
FIFTY WAR-DAMAGED MONUMENTS OF ITALY
Italian Association for Italian War-Damaged Monuments
Text by Emilio Lavagnino. Forewords by Benedetto Croce, C.R. Morey, R. Bianchi Bandinelli. Translations by Sara T. Morey Published by Istituto Poligrafico Dello Stato – Roma 1946. Softcover book, iIllustrated throughout with stunning b/w photos of damaged buildings, churches, artwork, monuments, 132 pages including index. Loaded with Italian art history information, and WWII destruction.Sold on ebay $2.95
This map is Sheet 87 in the GSGS 4164 Series published by the War Office 1943 at a scale of 1:100000. It is the First edition. The right hand margin contains a reference table to the map symbols used; a table showing adjoining sheets; and a chartlet showing areas revised by aerial photographs.
Places and significant features shown include: Bologna; San Agata; San Giovanni; Argelato; San Giorgio; Crespellano; Bazzano; Castelfranco; San Cesario; Bazzano; Spilamberto; Savignano; Viynola; Savigno; Zola Predosa; Cassalechio; Sasso Bolognese; Pianoro
Measures approximately 24” by 19”, sold on ebay for $28.