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Robert Surette said...

I dont kno where else to leave this is regarding ur little blog i guess u would call it ...about MY "Price of Peace" sculpture! Tojo as u call him had VERY little to do with commisioning my sculpture...I started it!!! I am responsible for it being there...not Corparal Griffths, and it is an insult to me and all the work others did, to make this happen...this was possible because of the people of Canada who raised the casting costs...and countless others who gave of their time and expertise to do this...please amend ur info to reflect the work we did. Thanks For Your Time Robert Surette Artist Sculptor of "Price of Peace" Ortona.IT

Friday, November 19, 2010 6:47 PM

Charles R. Lemons said...

Trevor - you will have to change your entries for the Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor at Fort Knox. As of 7 SEP 2010, that museum has been renamed the National Armor and Cavalry Museum and has begun its move to Fort Benning GA. We left about 40 monument vehicles at Knox, but the rest have been or are being shipped to Benning. The King Tiger and Panther II left yesterday and the British Mark V* today. The building is now empty of tanks. Charles Lemons, Curator, NACM, formerly Patton Museum of Cavalry and Armor

Thursday, December 16, 2010 3:54 AM

admin said...

Robert, Thanks for contacting the website. For the write-up about the Ortona memorial I used as sources a wide range of websites. If you think there is a different story to tell then do please contact me (trevor-larkum [at] as I'd love to hear more.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010 10:35 AM

admin said...

Charles, thanks for getting in touch. I am in the process of updating the site to cover the BRAC changes, including how they relate to Fort Knox. I'm aiming to add all FK vehicles to the site first, an ongoing process, then I'll update them to current locations.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010 10:38 AM

Craig Dowling said...

Hi, Just to let you know that there are two surviving Japanese tanks in Australia (good condition). Type 97 Chi-Ha Medium Tank Shinhoto, and Type 97 Te-Ke Tankette. Pls let me know if you would like any photos.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011 1:16 PM

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