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Battlefield relics from Poland

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    Default Battlefield relics from Poland

    Hello everyone. Sending some pictures of Exploration in Poland
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    You're digging up some scarey stuff there mate!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.

    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Amazing finds!! What do you do when,or if you come across fallen soldiers?

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    I have not found any soldier my town is the cemetery of 50,000 Russian soldiers .After the war, the battlefield was cleaned by civilians.

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    Very nice! Love those Teller's! Still got the transport plugs on them, so no detonators placed. Dont like the GewSpr Gr on photo 11, they have two detonators inside, and the S Mines scare the crab out of me, even with the transport plugs on!
    Wow, even see een M13 Kugelgranate! Rare, I just sold one last week.

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    Is that a German trip wire device??

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    Yes its Alarmleuchtzeichen .

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    Some truly amazing finds. Is it leagal to dig in a lot of areas there? I admit some scary stuff. Thanks for posting

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    The kugel is awesome!! luck you!

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    i would be worried about those s-mines. great looking stuff. looks like you stumbled into a mine field in your digging. I would be Careful with that stuff. Mines give me the willies.

    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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