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The Ram Development And Variants

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24 pages
Published 2002 by Service Publications
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Michael Dorosh
Aug 02, 2011 Michael Dorosh rated it really liked it
Many variants are also described, a scale drawing by Chris Johnson forms the centrepiece, and technical details are given in a table comparing the Cruiser, Ram I; Cruiser, Ram II; and Command, Observation Post models used by the Canadians. Two tables provide major changes to production models, listed by Census Number.

22 photos are included, almost all wartime shots with the exception of one photo of a surviving example at Worthington tank park at Canadian Forces Base Borden.

Michael Dorosh
Feb 05, 2015 Michael Dorosh rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book discusses employment of the Ram in Canadian armoured regiments, as well as the Kangaroo variant (an Armoured Personnel Carrier utilizing the Ram chassis), the Badger (a flame throwing Kangaroo variant), Command/Observation Posts, and a brief look at the Sexton self-propelled 25 pounder. Many previously unpublished photos from the public archives complement the text, as does a Chris Johnson scale drawing of a Ram II. The centrepiece illustration by Johnson also has a camouflage painting ...more
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