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WW2: O.S.S. AVRE [Assault Vehicle, Royal Engineers] (1943)

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Office of Strategic Services film report on the so called "Hobart's Funnies" the AVRE (Assault Vehicle, Royal Engineers)

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10-07-2014, 04:35 PM #86929
LetsTripOutAndDie    
LetsTripOutAndDie
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Too bad this vid doesn't have sound, but at least it shows what the Axis would die from... Allies were so kind they made a saunas for the Nazis by using flamethrowers to heat the inside of their tanks but allies had a strange problem kept occurring the Nazis kept dying (poor little Nazis lol) so instead of using the usual water and hot stones. Then they give them a nice napalm shower to clean the tanks and Nazis up and usually they only showered the tanks when hatches were open and that's where the sauna come into at they would heat the tanks until either they cook to death or opened the hatches which the allies then showered napalm into the hatches if one did get out 9 out of 10 of them were if not shot given a napalm shower too and only a few they might take prisoner. I Pray to GOD they let our countries USA military use flamethrowers again
   
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