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Digging in Norway & Kurland

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    It is better not having bodies in them!!! Just a trip for photographs and not metal detecting as this would violate the rules of war grave memorials. I would love to see those photos if your time ever permits!
    Well i wish you then not to find planes but and old rusty and perfect Panzer! I would not be picky on the model. Just one German made with a big canon preferable a Tiger!!

    *slap* STOP DAYDREAMING

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    What kind of planes are those, Inka? So far I've visited wreck sites of a JU-52 See (1./KGr.zbV 108), HE 111 (KG 26) and another HE 111 (Wetterkundungsstaffel Wekusta 5). I was also present when they raised the Fw 200C-3/U4 Condor (KG 40) --- unfortunately that one went SPLAT right down on the barge below... There's still a lot more plane crash sites in the near vicinity that I plan on visiting.

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    I think the one closest to me is a Ju transport plane, and there should be a bomber and a fighter somewhere in the mountains as well. Will find some info about it

    A panzer yes,now that would be a great thing to find
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    Very cool! This is s great site for crash sites: https://ktsorens.tihlde.org/flyvrak/axis-2.html

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    Trip report from this weekends trip to Kurland

    Kurland,Latvia - Hobbyhistorica
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    Putting the last touches to the project I have been working on this winter

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    Hey inka, is there going to be an english version of the book?
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    Hi Yes, it is written in english
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    The title being 'Kurland Diggers' and not 'Kurland racēji' was my first clue...

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    Hi Inka,

    Here is the jacket you found, now with a very light restoration - basically restitching and patch on the big tear.
    It is too delicate to clean, and I don't mind the dirt. It has no smell whatsoever.
    I like it - the Ppsh41 is too clean for the display really, I should get a more beat up stock for it.

    Anyway, thank you again - safe digging, my friend.

    Pit.





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