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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    Today the Russian Christmas celebration is starting so I brought some candles and placed on the memorial for Red Army soldiers who lost their life in POW/slave camps in Northern Norway, and on the cemetery for the Yugoslav partizans.

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    A nice gesture.
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    I forgot to put the translation of the inscription,,here it is :

    " In memory of the Soviet soldiers who lost their life in Norway 1941-1945 and was buried here"
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    As it is cold winter storms outside I am spending time cleaning relics Here is three carabiner hooks probably for horse equipment. All found in a WH/Org.Todt stable area.
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    A carrying frame I found in a german wehrmacht camp this summer.

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    thanks

    today the russian christmas celebration is starting so i brought some candles and placed on the memorial for red army soldiers who lost their life in pow/slave camps in northern norway, and on the cemetery for the yugoslav partizans.

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    big thank you from serbia

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    Recieved some new goodies for the collection today

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    Nice badges! Looks like at least the M1/15 is a ground dug? Nice obverse to the Ges Gesch!

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    Yes,the M15 might have come from the ground,not sure. I love these badges and these 4 is my first ones,,noodles for a month on me now
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    Inka

    You do realise that you are tempting me ~ to buy similiar and I did not want to go this way ~ But at least I have satisfied my US Army 'demand' ~ so just maybe ~ LOL

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