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Digging in KURLAND

Article about: And this is short documentary about how we dug out Grossdeutchland soldiers.

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    Good to see another lost soldier found at last. Nice work, Gentlemen.

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    ... no luck on soldiers, but my Swedish friend found Maxim MG... all rounds were armor piercing incendiary.... but MG was not full, no wheels and barell, both main parts are gone
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  3. #313

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    DP-27 magazines and battle damaged Panzer IV track links
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    Again changed place, first find German halftrack wheel... some rubbish of war
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    just more photos from that day
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    In the evening started to snow...
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    Next day started with digging soldiers, but they were semi-dug-out in Soviet times
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    Red arrows are leg and arm bones, blue is Soviet soldiers Lend-Lease boot
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    Photos from last day, unfortunatel no more soldiers... Found PPS-43.... on last photo ground is full of MG-42 shells
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  10. #320

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    Good to see another lost soldier found at last. Nice work, Gentlemen.
    Thank You, some 10 years ago sculls were lying on surface, but now is rather hard to find soldier.

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