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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Police Daimler ‘DZVR’ Armored Car (Schupo-Sonderwagen “DZVR”). Munich, Germany, circa 1943.



Police Daimler ‘DZVR’ Armored Car (Schupo-Sonderwagen “DZVR”). Munich, Germany, circa 1943. 


Soldiers belonging to a unit of the Wehrmacht (Police?) pose on a Daimler DZVR Armored Car (probably the "Bayer Landespolizei No. 9") that had belonged, since the early 20's, to Landespolizei Bayern (State Police Bavaria). 

These models Daimler, along with other similar of the brands Benz and Ehrhardt, were manufactured from 1921 for exclusive use of the German police. 

Several of these armored cars, in view of graphic documents, continued to be used (?) in Germany after September 1939. 

An armored car, which is probably the same as that of this photograph, a post appears on the web "Landships", although there erroneously been classified as a Benz VP21.


Note: this post could also belong to my other blog "Armored Cars in the WWI" where there is a post similar to this: http://armoredcars-ww-one.blogspot.com.es/2012/04/daimler-dzvr-armored-car-gepanzerter.html




Coche Blindado Daimler DZVR de la Policía (Schupo-Sonderwagen “DZVR”). Munich, Alemania, circa 1943.


Soldados pertenecientes a una unidad de la Wehrmacht (¿policía?) posan sobre un Coche Blindado Daimler DZVR (probablemente el “Bayer Landespolizei nº 9”) que había pertenecido, desde principios de los años 20, a la Landespolizei Bayern (Policía del Estado de Baviera).

Estos modelos Daimler, junto a otros similares de las marcas Benz y Ehrhardt, fueron fabricados a partir de 1921 para uso exclusivo de la policía alemana.

Varios de estos coches blindados, a la vista de los documentos gráficos, siguieron utilizándose (?) en Alemania después de septiembre de 1939.

Un coche blindado, que probablemente sea el de esta fotografía, aparece en un post de la web “Landships”, aunque allí erróneamente se ha clasificado como un Benz VP21.