The Nagra IV-L is a self-contained high performance sound recorder of exceptional reliability. It will operate in any position. It can be powered either by internal batteries, or an external AC supply using an ATN power unit (not included). It is built to military and aeronautical standards, thus giving the recorder a reliability which has not been available heretofore in the electro-acoustical field. The Nagra IV-L is a single track monaural recorder that replaces the Nagra III PHO synchronous recorder.
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1 to 3) Pzkpfw IV Ausf J. The Panzer IV was the most widely manufactured German tank of WWII, with some 8,500 built. This tank was rescued from one of ‘Etablissement Technique de Bourges’ tank firing ranges. It was in a horrible condition, a real target range wreck when discovered. Large chunks of armor were missing in the turret and hull roof. This Ausf J is missing its Schürzen bazooka plates and other external fittings.
4 to 6) Jagdpanzer IV L/70(A). Tank destroyer based on the Pzkpfw IV chassis. Developed against the wishes of Heinz Guderian who believed that the StuG III was more than adequate for the TD role and the Jagdpanzer IV just detracted from Pzkpfw IV production. This vehicle was used in 1944-45 by Free French forces. The damage from AP shells is obvious.
7) Jagdpanzer IV L/48. Early production version of the Jagdpanzer IV with a shorter 7.5-cm gun.
8 to 10) Jagdpanther. Arguably Germany’s greatest TD of WWII. It entered service late in the war (1944) and saw service on both fronts. It combined the very powerful 8.8-cm KwK 48 cannon of the Tiger II and the characteristically excellent armor and suspension of the Panther chassis. This early production Jagdpanther has a monobloc gun barrel and a welded mantlet collar. It was built in February 1944 and has the early Panther Ausf A engine deck arrangement as well as a late production idler wheel that may be the result of restoration work.