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Digging in KURLAND

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

  1. #861


    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.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

    "Be Humble and kind, for you may find that it was Odin you entertained"

  2. #862


    This summer's best friend finds!
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  3. #863


    man i have got to get over there and look even just the adventure of trying to find something must in itself be something

  4. #864


    Stunning finds ~

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

  5. #865


    Wow, super MG find!

  6. #866


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

  7. #867


    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

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

    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!

  8. #868


    Very nice finds.

  9. #869


    Yesterday's trip
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  10. #870


    wonderful finds!

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