Tank Chats #136 | Schützenpanzer | The Tank Museum


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Tank Chats #136 | Schützenpanzer | The Tank Museum



David Willey is back with another Tank Chat! This week’s episode is all about the Schützenpanzer. A West German infantry fighting vehicle developed from 1956 to 1958 that was caught up in a procurement scandal!

00:00 – Intro
00:31 – What is the Schützenpanzer
09:41 – What was its purpose

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  1. Some good points raised here, makes me wonder where the bungs have been going in the Ajax light tank fiasco, how can a vehicle so bad cost 6.5 billion pounds unless corruption is involved?

  2. The only person on Youtube who has no idea of the difference between past and present tenses. Using the present to refer to the past has no point whatsoever when talking about design and facts. It is a literary thang. Very annoying

  3. Love tank chats but i would like the vehicle to be more than a background feature. When talking about a part of the tank go to that part , point out what you are describing etc.

  4. The Swiss firm is called"" Hispano-Suiza".
    There is no i between the n and -0-, nor is the second word pronounced as three syllables but as two: Swee-za.
    This sort of sloppiness is not only annoying: it's straight out offensive to anyone not from GB, specifically from the TTM.
    If your goal is to attract visitors from abroad, stop making a fool of yourself, Mr Wiley. 🙁