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Sunday, July 19, 2015

French Armored Car Platoon. Northern of France, December 1914

A French Platoon belonging to a "Groupe d'Auto-Mitrailleuses-Canons de la Marine"

A Section (Platoon), of the two that were constituting the "Groups of Auto-MG-Cannons of the Navy" (GAMC)*, performs a stop in a town of northern of France or of Belgium, at an early date to December 1914.
In the foreground, two Renault Armored Cars (M.G.) M1914 and, later, four Peugeot Armored Cars (Cannon) M1914. Open the column one of the Peugeot, this one unarmed and dedicated to the ammunition supply of the Section, which means that still they are far from the front.

* Groupe d'Auto-Mitrailleuses-Canons de la Marine (GAMC)


Una Sección francesa perteneciente a un "Groupe d'Auto-Mitrailleuses-Canons de la Marine"
Una Sección, de las dos que constituían los Grupos de Auto-Ametralladoras-Cañones de la Marina (GAMC)*, realiza una parada en alguna localidad del norte de Francia o de Bélgica, en fechas próximas a diciembre de 1914.
En primer plano, dos Auto-Ametralladoras Blindadas Renault M1914 y, a continuación, cuatro Auto-Cañones Blindados Peugeot M1914. Abre la columna uno de los Peugeot, éste desarmado y dedicado al municionamiento de la Sección, lo cual significa que aún están lejos del frente.

* Groupe d'Auto-Mitrailleuses-Canons de la Marine (GAMC)

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