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Sunday, July 12, 2015
Three German Minerva Armored Cars (Modified) belonging to the 1st Armored Cars Platoon (1916)
The ''Others'' armored cars of the German 1st Armored Cars Platoon.
The German 1st Armored Cars Platoon "Panzer Kraftwagen Maschinengewehr Zug-1" (Pz.Kw.MG.Zg-1), in Sivry-sur-Meuse, Verdun, France, population that served as barracks of the Platoon, during the months of March to June 1916.
Three Belgian Minerva Armored Cars (the center seen from behind) captured and modified by the Germans. On the right the German Daimler Armored Car M1915. This photograph was taken in late May or early June 1916.
No. 1 - Minerva Armored Car (Ex-Belgian - Captured and modified by the Germans).
No. 2 - Minerva Armored Car (Ex-Belgian - Captured and modified by the Germans). Seen from behind.
No. 3 - Minerva Armored Car (Ex-Belgian - Captured and modified by the Germans). Register Number: V-3450. In the lateral: P. M ..... Park Motorized V? (V = 5th Army).
No. 4 - Daimler Armored Car M1915 (Built by the Germans).