Tank Wrecks at Westkapelle, Netherlands

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Update!

I’ve now (finally) finished version 1.1 — it took longer than expected, but I’ve corrected mistakes, added new information that only surfaced after I released the previous version, included some new photographs, and more. Also, I created a version intended for printing as well as one for viewing on a computer or tablet screen, so you can have a proper book printed up if you want.

Download a (new?) copy from tankwrecks.westerbeke.name, still for free!
Thanks Jakko. Much appreciated as always.
 

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Thanks Jakko, downloaded and will read soon. You've spent a lot of time doing this and it shows even with a quick look through, well done.
 

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Thanks Jakko, downloaded & having a bit of a read through, very impressed!
 

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Jakko,

Downloaded it - had a quick "flick" through (That took an hour!! :flushed: ).

Amazing research, which has produced an amazing book !! :thumb2::thumb2::thumb2::thumb2:
I am always fascinated by this type of book with the "then & now" type history, maps and photographs.
I can spend hours reading and re-reading chapters.

If you ever decide to have a few copies bound - please let me know, as I for one would certainly
purchase it.

Thanks for letting us all download this for free.:thumb2::thumb2::thumb2:

Paul.
:smiling:
 

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Thanks :smiling3: If you want a printed version, you can use an online printing service to have one made for you, by using the “for printing” file and reading these guidelines. (The other one could be printed, of course, but it’s not set up in a way printers like.)
 
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