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Wartime v Postwar Souval EK2.

Article about: Here are a few pointers to help identify a pre May 1945 Souval EK2 from a postwar Souval EK2 stemming from Farradin's thread here: http://warrelics.eu/forum/orders-dec.../my-ek2-18130/ I hav

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    That one looks OK to me.

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    very helpfull thread.thank you

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    Quote by colletorww2 View Post
    That one looks OK to me.
    Yes it does, but that wasn't the question.

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    OK as in wartime.

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    Ah, I see

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    Quote by colletorww2 View Post
    OK as in wartime.
    But moments ago you didn't know what "souval" was...

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    Quote by Farradin View Post
    But moments ago you didn't know what "souval" was...
    And now he does! The thread has done it's job!

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    Υes.This thread is super.I found one more time that my Souval EK2 is war time.....i am very happy

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    thanks adrian, very helpfull, jerry

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    I have an easier method-if it's made by Souval, I pass on it. Always have. Certainly there were differences in post-war badges to war-time, but there's no Way that anyone can say that on May 8th,1945 when the last signature went on the paper that their manufacturing methods and styles instantly changed. Those changes had to come over some time, and just how many days of that time were Post May 8th 1945, who knows. Souval? No thanks.
    William

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