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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    Amazing..

    Maybe I should scratch around my work place ~ LOL

    After all the Dairy processing works has been in situ for over 100 years AND the Australian Army DID set up camp in the building !! ~ processing butter for the troops ! LOL

    BUT~ You just NEVER know !

    ( I was going to import a Bren Gun magazine for my WWII collection ~ from UK or even USA but I bet my bottom dollar that Customs would pick it up in the process and then I would be sure to get a visit from the Aust Federal Police under the latest Terrorism Act ~ especially as to what's going on in the World right NOW!! )

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    One of the best finds at work this year for sure. Really makes me wonder what else is out there on farms and lofts..
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    Will clean up nice I'm sure!

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    Just knew you would have a good year, and the best is still to come, i can sense it, now the ground is becoming moist its waiting for you bud.

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    First morning of frost on the ground today,so yes,planning a full weekend digging some sites,including a coastal fortification. Hopefuly next week I ll make a trip to the Narvik front to do some searching there
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    Two small finds from Kurland.

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    One of the best finds at work this year for sure. Really makes me wonder what else is out there on farms and lofts..
    Yes I can relate ~ Seems my~ "our" finds are just getting stronger, more frequent and better ~ in grounds that should in theory be drained of relics and even history ~


    We are anticipating a huge Summer this year ! As I say ~ "And the BEST is yet to come ~ ! "

    ( In fact it does not seem even confined to Inka and myself ~ Down south in Brisbane (QLD) the blokes down there are reaping huge benefits form what was known as Camp Cable ! A huge base occupied by US and Australian troops in WWII~ )

    Must be "in the Air" ~ LOL
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    Nice S mine parts looks like from a burning area , you find the same in Finland where the Germans have burn a storage buliding down and the items melt together

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    Might have been a burning area yes as several of the mines and grenades pulled out there looked to have been cooked
    Here a Panzerfaust head from a frontline trench in Kurland.

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    Great finds Inka!! Keep them coming. I really enjoy seeing all the stuff you come up with.

    John
    I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.

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