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Digging in KURLAND

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    Hello Inf Div 121,
    Here's a WW1 trench art lamp which I restored to working condition. It's a 1915 case and I guess the projectile was a 'dud' which didn't fragment properly. The lamp now works very efficiently and uses very little parafin.
    Cheers,
    navyman.
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  2. #142

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    Very nice

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    Hi, Kameraden!

    Sorry, I wasn't at home for a long time, but now I'm back

    Here are some old photos from one place
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  4. #144

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    A bit better looking after cleaning.
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  5. #145

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    From a Staff car? or what is it?

  6. #146

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    Yes it is flag for some big officers car.

  7. #147

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    Welcome back and thank's for the pictures!

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    Fantastic find , and in great condition to , lucky man, cheers Raymond

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    Quote by mad_ideas View Post
    i think its safe to say me along with many people on this forum would sell body parts for things like the MP 44!! why do they go in the river?! great post btw thank for sharing
    regards Mad.ideas
    Amazing! I'm writing from Texas, USA. Just about every household has a
    weapon. I, personally own 2 handguns and two rifles. One .243 deer rifle, and a 1930's .22 my grandfather owned. We guard our right to constitutionally (second amendment) "keep and bare arms" very seriously!

    I can walk down to my local hardware store and buy Mausers, SKS's and any number of high powered handguns- and until recently, there was no screening. Or, look in the newspaper and find that there is always someone selling a weapon or hunting rifle- and no screening at all! Nothing is registered here. When I have to register my guns, that's when I bury them. As an aside, I might mention we have very little crime here.

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    i also live in texas and i, my father, and my grand father own guns. We are also are very serious about the second amendment and the constitution. Reading books like The Diary of Ann Frank for school i realized that they had to register their radios and other things to the nazis. I know it would be harsh to compare this to the acts the president is wiling to put in to the acts of the third reich but i told my father they are comparable and he agreed.

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