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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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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    And now what to do with it?
    This a great piece for the tank museums or collectors around missing these tracks.

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    This summer's best friend finds!
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    man i have got to get over there and look even just the adventure of trying to find something must in itself be something

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    Stunning finds ~

    I would have thought I had gone to MD fossick Nirvana ~

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    Wow, super MG find!

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    The history and the stories they tell. Thanks keep posting.

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    Quote by Inf Div 121 View Post
    Today I was to flea market. Here are my finds there, all items are inert, most of stuff is German, 100% original and dug out.

    If You want to see some items closer, ask me.

    Let's start

    WWI:
    2 numbered buttons
    2 Kugel or egg grenade plugs
    Kugel fuse
    Stick grenade cap
    4 Spike helmet pins
    Russian ID tag

    WWII:
    ZF4 mount
    Iron Allgemeines Sturmabzeichen
    KVK II Klasse mit Schwertern
    22 German heels
    54 German tunic buttons
    Ribbon bar
    M43 stick
    Stick grenade frag sleeve
    2 GMU buckles
    Luftwaffe red cargo tag
    Blendkorper 2 empty
    S-mine inert
    German red smoke grenade
    4 98k muzzle caps
    3 Panzerfaust protection caps
    Soviet RG-33 frag sleeve
    3 Panzer III/IV tracks
    And sonme other stuff
    I've got an original S-mine in my garden flower bed!

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    Very nice finds.

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    Yesterday's trip
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    wonderful finds!

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