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A Dead WWII Soldier's Camera Was Just Found. You Won't Believe What Was On It.

Article about: So I found this on Facebook just now and thought I would share it because I've never heard of WW2 film being recovered before. "In the mountainsides of Luxembourg, a U.S. Navy Captain,

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    Quote by Torch View Post
    That would certainly be a great shame if someone is scamming the memory of a fallen soldier...
    Agree
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

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    Quote by Torch View Post
    That would certainly be a great shame if someone is scamming the memory of a fallen soldier...
    There are some very heartless sellers out there.
    "They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist...."
    - Major-General John Sedgwick, 9 may 1864.
    Killed by a sniper during the battle of Spotsylvania..

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    The best Militaria forum in France is here : http://deutsch-militaria.forumactif.us/

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    Now that is a pity.

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    Quote by lebus12 View Post
    In France, we think it's a fake because argentic can't resist 70 years. The third picture is in north Alsace.
    What a shame.

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    Some news : Daughter of Mr. Archambeau removed the pictures of her website and issued an apology (although it is only vicitime).
    Two of the pictures are from US archives in Washington.
    The best Militaria forum in France is here : http://deutsch-militaria.forumactif.us/

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    The best Militaria forum in France is here : http://deutsch-militaria.forumactif.us/

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    there's some bar--ards out there.

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    It is a terrible shame that this looks to have been a scam perpetrated by someone. But on the issue of undeveloped film, when I left Northern Ireland in October 1974 after a rather gruelling tour of ops, I had several rolls of ILFORD HP4 which I never bothered to develop. Years later I came across them - along with some Kodak 110 cartridge film and my diaries and I left them with a photography shop to see if they would turn out. A week or so later, I went back to pick them up. Most of the B/W ILFORD film had turned out, and it was quite a shock to see familiar faces and friends I had forgotten about. here are a couple of the pictures.

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    Author of... 'Belfast Diaries: A Gunner In Northern Ireland'... 'A Tough Nut To Crack: Andersonstown.. Voices From 9 Battery Royal Artillery In Northern Ireland'... 'An Accrington Pal: The Diaries of Pte Jack Smallshaw, September 1914 To March 1919'.

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    Sean

    Sadly there is level some peeps will sink to when it comes to claiming notoriety ` or worse still ~ money ~

    Until it is proven otherwise we will believe the story ~

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