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Soviet propaganda Iron crosses

Article about: hi all! in 2003, when was date of defense Stalingrad, was made cross. EK form and without swastika but on it was write "STALINGRAD" 1943-2003 Reagdrs, Olzhas

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    Quote by joelhall View Post
    please if you could

    joel
    I'll do that, the true story was written in one Russian book from 1960's- there was not a usual factory, this was a Leningradskiy monetniy dvor, which was made in war time also the other soviet badges, as written on the book. The archive paper does not give any information about producer


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    thanks all ive really had to go on is this item and logic. id never seen or heard of these before now.

    joel

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    The life in blockaded Leningrad was also out of normal human logic.

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    maybe, but i still have doubts that there would have been people actually spending time doing this in a blockaded city on the front line, as some very strange attempt at propaganda. even for world war two soviet propaganda reasons this seems incredibly bizarre

    i still am of the opinion that these are post war, maybe for the veterens who were known to have committed atrocities, prisoners and so forth?

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    Unfortunately I can't find my original scan, probably I loose the file with formatting my hard drive. But here is another source of the guy who knows more about that subject.
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    is there anyway to put this in a larger page pdf, or typed?

    i cannot read russian and cannot put that through the translator.

    thanks dimas

    joel

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    Quote by joelhall View Post
    is there anyway to put this in a larger page pdf, or typed?

    i cannot read russian and cannot put that through the translator.

    thanks dimas

    joel
    Tommorow morning I'am going to the Waffenboerse Stuttgart. So, I 'll translate it later, when I'am back
    Dimas

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    Unfortunately I can't find my original scan, probably I loose the file with formatting my hard drive. But here is another source of the guy who knows more about that subject.
    Ha-Ha. I to you of such 1 000 pieces of paper shall print. It is not the serious proof.

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    Hi there , I see on the inside of this cross a year stamp of 1813 ! , maybe someone of you clever guys can explain why ?why just 1813, I find this very interessting, Greetings Roger

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    Hi Roger, 1813 is the date the Iron Cross was first instituted

    It was then brought back in 1870 for the Franco Prussian War, 1914 for WW1 and of course 1939 for WW2. These dates then appeared on the front of the Cross.

    Cheers, Ade.

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