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1944-45 battlefield relics.

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  1. #241

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    you're right, nothing special at all. Found one last week in my backyard. Hahaha.. Nice finds!

  2. #242
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    Hi all.

    Our latest finds - the more my friend
    Russian side of beachhead.
    Grenade shell, of course, empty.

    Pozdrawiam.
    Paul.
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    Hi.

    Another day on russian positions:

    Pozdrawiam.
    Paul.
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  4. #244

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    Great findings, very nice mg belt...

  5. #245
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    Hi all

    Yesterday again beachhead. Russian ang german side:

    Pozdrawiam.
    Paul.
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  6. #246

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    last weekend: 3x russian POMZ-2 mine and german concrete mine (Stock mine-43)
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  7. #247
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    Reference the tank turret hatch: Probably took a direct hit from a Stumovik IL, blew it to pieces, but I also read a lot of King Tigers were ambushed in this area, to save me from digging myself is this picture a King Tiger?

  8. #248

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    This tank was abandoned when he ran out of fuel. After the war he was blown up by local residents and sold for scrap.

    This is the Poland

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    Thanks for the reply I read that on the Russian site that several of the new Tigers broke down, fascinating! many thanks! My mothers family is originally from Dubno, Poland. Did the Germans move through there? The GROM rules!

  10. #250

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    Quote by jfhenn View Post
    Thanks for the reply I read that on the Russian site that several of the new Tigers broke down, fascinating! many thanks! My mothers family is originally from Dubno, Poland. Did the Germans move through there? The GROM rules!
    Dubno near Bielsk Podlaski ?

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