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Digging in Norway & Kurland

Article about: Hi everybody! I have been a lurker in these forums for a few years and found it was time to present myself and open a thread where I will post some pics from expeditions and finds. Some of t

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    The bottom item is a Tellermine 35 fuse with the top part of the fuse shown above it

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    It is a bycycle "multitool" and similar ones were used also for MG-s.

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    What a Site ~

    Seems a metal detector would be almost useless as there are so many targets ~ It would certainly be working over time BIG time ~

    Thanks for sharing ~ and inspiring ~

    (I am chaffing at the bit to get out again but the weather is foul at present and I am tired of wet feet and getting blown away and rained on ~)

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    wonderful pictures and info! Thanks for teh posting and for your work. Especially finding the MIA/KIAs, its been a long time, but all missing deserve to be found and properly buried.
    Patrick

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    Thanks guys
    Back home from expedition to Kurland . We had a great time and found several fallen and missing soldiers , 28 in total. Am sorting through pics and working on a report from the trip , but first I must spend a few hours out in the Norwegian forest searching a little

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    Video from the expedition:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnXD...PxggZVIch394Cg
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Military-archeology-Legenda-Latvia/224779244335847

    http://www.hobbyhistorica.com/

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    Nice vid and narration, Inka! Good job on finding those long lost soldiers!! Looking forward to your report

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    Inka

    Thanks for sharing your excellent videos ~

    ( I am repeatedly told that I / we must produce videos of our expeditions ~

    Of course we can never expect to find remains as you do ~ as Australia was a staging, training and transition ground for Australian and US military before attacking Japanese forces as close as New Guinea ~ but any video, could well be good viewing ~especially if we produce to the same excellent standard as your videos ~ )

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    Thanks guys. here is a full Write-up from the expedition-->
    Legenda expedition May 2014 - Hobbyhistorica
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Military-archeology-Legenda-Latvia/224779244335847

    http://www.hobbyhistorica.com/

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    Some finds from the last days out in the forest..

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    Also found this light fixture from the german barracks that once stood in the area..

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    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Military-archeology-Legenda-Latvia/224779244335847

    http://www.hobbyhistorica.com/

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    A battledamaged Zunder Box found in a bunker in Kurland.
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    The cockpit clock from a downed Sturmovik
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    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Military-archeology-Legenda-Latvia/224779244335847

    http://www.hobbyhistorica.com/

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