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1938 DEMAG D 7 l. Zgkw. 1t

1938 DEMAG D 7 in Hundert Jahre Deutschland, Documentary, 2005

Class: Others, Tracked vehicle — Model origin: DE

1938 DEMAG D 7 l. Zgkw. 1t

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2491tj EN

2013-02-12 23:11

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SdKfz10 1 ton half track, Demag D7

robi DE

2015-04-09 14:53

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Please set extra info as:

leichter Zugkraftwagen 1t

and please set year as 1938.
Link to "www.kfzderwehrmacht.de"

robi DE

2015-04-09 15:34

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I know these are really just details, but the "L" in "Leichter" should be an "l", because adjectives don't have capital letters in German and the "T" in "1T" should be a "t", because it refers to the weight of one ton.

DidierF FR

2015-04-09 15:53

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I used it like many other times here, as the beginning of a sentence, hence the capital L.

But if it really does schock you — as, for a very good reason, shocks me "Camionnette Bâchée" — well, I can make it a "l".

Oh, about "T" for "t": isn't it "Ton" in German, and not "ton"?

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robi DE

2015-04-09 16:04

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It does not shock me, don't worry, it's more for the accuracy :D

Yes, it's Ton, but the designation for metric tons usually is "t" - it's an international unit, the "t" most probably comes from the English language.

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antp BE

2015-04-09 16:37

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DidierF wrote I used it like many other times here, as the beginning of a sentence, hence the capital L.

here it is not really the beginning, since it follows the model name :D
Others were listed as "l. Zgkw. 1t" anyway.

And indeed German case style may seem strange, as we are used either to have a lot of capitals in English or nearly none in French

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