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Although the German Panzer units thought poorly of the French armor and never put any captured examples into use, infantry would occasionally make use of them if captured during a battle, such as this Schneider CA1 which was knocked out by artillery while assaulting American positions in mid-July.

Although the German Panzer units thought poorly of the French armor and never put any captured examples into use, infantry would occasionally make use of them if captured during a battle, such as this Schneider CA1 which was knocked out by artillery while assaulting American positions in mid-July.



Although the German Panzer units thought poorly of the French armor and never put any captured examples into use, infantry would occasionally make use of them if captured during a battle, such as this Schneider CA1 which was knocked out by artillery while assaulting American positions in mid-July.


   
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