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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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    Awesome. Can we see the MP40 after cleaning?
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Quote by don_kihotis7 View Post
    Awesome. Can we see the MP40 after cleaning?
    Oki-doki

  3. #573

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    awesome pics,, deep digging though, i think a backhoe would have been very useful, lol. I too would like to see the mp40 cleaned up, my weak spot is german guns,,can weapons be donated to museums? or better off destroyed?

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    Good translation buddy, spot on! A panzer grenadier from GD? A very rare find indeed! Keep up the good work, hope to go there myself later this year...

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    Unteroffizier..................................... ........... The rank (nco) (English ranks would be a sergeant) and guys name which we have not put on photo for respect as still looking for his relatives.
    6./panzer-fusilierregiment Gro▀deutschland (6th panzer fusilier regiment Gross Deutschland) The Gro▀deutschland Division was an elite Heer combat unit of the Wehrmacht. The Gro▀deutschland was considered to be the premier unit of the German Army and as such it was one of best-equipped unit of the German Armed Forces, receiving equipment before all other units.
    geboran am (date of birth) 1.2.1919
    gefallen an (date Killed) 8.9 1944

    They where only in Kurland around 2 weeks so a very it was a very important find for us.

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    Lost sunday with ""Inf Div 121" and other komeraden we found 11 and a hafe soldiers 9 russian and 2 German. 2 russians with medals

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    Impressive finds!

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