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Old 28-03-20, 18:59
GaryC GaryC is offline
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Default Army Backloading Point

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In my looking into when the Canadian Armoured Corps started turning in their tanks I find that the one unit that I am focused on, 6 CAR/First Hussars, turned their tanks into 15 ABP. Based on my readings I feel that this 15 ABP was in/near/around Nijmegan.

My question to the group. Would anyone have any information regarding this particular site and who was responsible for setting up/administration for ABP?
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Old 28-03-20, 19:16
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Could 15 ABP have been located at Deelen?
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