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Royal Tank Museum, Aqaba, Jordan

(Location: Royal Tank Museum)

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Unique ID: 1229
Added to Database: 4 June 2010
Last Edited: 1 March 2012
Type (ID): Hetzer (310)
Model (ID): Panzerjäger G13 (560)
Location Category (ID): Royal Tank Museum (42000)
Location (ID): Royal Tank Museum (42000)
Serial Number: Chassis number 64 (source: R. Jongeling/SHG13R).
Registration: “M78196” previously painted on glacis plate. Before that it carried the number 78071 (source: R. Jongeling/T.Haudenschild/SHG13R).
Other Identification: Wehrmacht crosses painted on superstructure sides. Painted overall in a German ambush-style late war sand, brown and green camouflage scheme. (Previously had a white plate attached to nose).
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Location History:
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1: Ceskomoravsksa-Kolben-Danek (CKD), Prague, Czech Republic (Primary manufacturer April 1944 - March 1945)
2: Panzermuseum, Thun, Bern, Switzerland (Displayed 2004)
3: Armeemotorfahrzeugpark (AMP), Burgdorf, Emmental, Bern, Switzerland (Until ca 2010)
4: Royal Tank Museum, Aqaba, Aqaba Governorate, Jordan (Current location)

Text in original Preserved German Tanks publication:

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Text in Preserved German Tanks Update:

New entry. This G13 is in running order (source: M. Haudenschild via M. Foti). It was seen at Thun in 2004.
This G13 was donated from Switzerland to the Royal Tank Museum (source: P.-O. Buan/SHG13R). It was previously part of the AMP Burgdorf collection. It has been painted to depict a German Second World War Hetzer.

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