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Article about: We left it all in piles on the ground. Our plan is to come back and mark the piles of mortar rounds and grenades on a GPS and tell the Estonian authorities. The big mortar rounds need to be

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    What do you mean - the finds are too hardcore?

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    Hello Scout, I like to dig too, but where I live there are only few spots for ww2 stuff and mainly 2nd or 3rd line. We don't find Flak rounds, heavy shells,mortar rounds,mines and so on. That's why I used the word "hardcore" They also look pretty dangerous to me, since I am used to dig badges and small things only

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    I understand and I also have a healthy respect for things that can explode. I leave such stuff behind and have no desire to mess with it.

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    Ben Udall
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    i've looked on gogle earth and cannot find it.
    Where is Nerva and the three hills?

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    love your finds, i hope you will find more and more of these items. great for a first timer as well . keep up the good work

    greetings

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    Ben Udall
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    Has anyone been to Hurtgenwald searching for war relics?

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    Ben Udall
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    Does anyone know if you need a special license for digging in germany?
    If so what is it called?

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    Quote by Ben Udall View Post
    i've looked on gogle earth and cannot find it.
    Where is Nerva and the three hills?
    Hi Ben. That is because it is spelled N-A-R-V-A.

    Narva is a city in Estonia
    Narva - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    The three hills are outside Narva

    Battle of the Tannenberg Line
    Battle of Tannenberg Line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Ben, I have not been detecting in the Hurtgen Forrest, but would love to go there.

    dutchww2 - thanks for the kind words.

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    it takes my breath away when anyone digs up any form of uxb that has been in the ground for sixty or so years , great finds but not worth your life i am sure .

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    Ben, I have not been detecting in the Hurtgen Forrest, but would love to go there.
    Been there... brilliant place to visit! However, you would certainly need to dig to find anything & digging is strictly prohibited there! Probably why we didnt come across any holes or soil piles to even suggest digging!... This obviously makes you want to dig more.......
    Dan

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