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Old 08-12-06, 16:00
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Default Bart Vanderveen photos

I am looking for a photo used in Bart Vanderveen's book on WWI vehicles. This is the Case armoured car used by a CEF unit in 1915 and purportedly brought to France by them.
Would anyone know where I can find a better print than that shown in the book? Is Bart's family known to anyone?
Does anyone have the name and address of the publisher (I don't own a copy of this book)?
(Request also listed in the Restoration Forum 'acause I posted it there without thinking
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Old 08-12-06, 17:19
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Default Bart's Pulisher

If I remember correctly Barts Publisher was After the Battle Press
here is a web link. http://www.afterthebattle.com/home.htm

Also do you have a photo of Case armor car, I have a number of old out of print books on armor and will go through them. So far I have not found it by name though.
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Hello, the book is "The observer's Army Vehcle directory to 1940", it was published by Frederick warne & co. Ltd. london. The copyright was of the Olyslager Organisation BV. ISBN no. is
0 7232 1540 5 .

As far as I know the complete archive of Bart Vanderveen was donated to the Marchal Museum at Zwijndrecht Holland, which has become a part of the "liberty Parc" at Overloon Holland.

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Thanks Hendrik, I have sent them an e-mail asking for a copy of the photograph.
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Quote:
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Thanks Hendrik, I have sent them an
e-mail asking for a copy of the photograph.

Clive, I cross my fingers about the copy !!!



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Quote:
Originally posted by Hendrik van Oorspronk
As far as I know the complete archive of Bart Vanderveen
was donated to the Marchal Museum at Zwijndrecht Holland,

which has become a part of the "liberty Parc" at Overloon Holland.
DONATED ?


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