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Hi friends,
yesterday I've put some historical pics into the photo archive, category -> "Packard during WWII". I hope that their visual imagery is not too strong for your eyes. I'm not interested in doing anything that might offend you.

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Very interesting photos l Thanks for posting.

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Thank you for posting.Looks like you included N Africa and probably France as I am assuming image 5 is Luftwaffe on Western Front.

I photograph a WWII reenactment every Sept in the Finger Lakes Region of NY State and the host organization is the 272 Fusiliers. They have a 40 Buick Eight painted Feldgrau as their staff vehicle.

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Correct me if I'm wrong but at least 4 out of the 5 photos are '38's.

And, the photos reminded me of a couple of Packard photos my Dad sent me copies of some years ago and from which I put together a short article for our clubs Packard magazine, see link.

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