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Romanian Army finds ! Novorrossiyk area

Article about: Here are my Romanian Army dig ups , from the Southern Front. They travelled to St Petersburg where i bought them ! The buckle is very utilitarian ! see detail from back The water flask looks

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    Here are my Romanian Army dig ups , from the Southern Front.
    They travelled to St Petersburg where i bought them !
    The buckle is very utilitarian ! see detail from back
    The water flask looks Polish issue (note hand drawn markings )
    The helmet badge is stamped in a copper like alloy .

    Its nice to find evidence of the wider involvement by Axis allies !
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    the helmet badge is nice , Carol II of Romania those two C

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    I have not seen very many Romanian relics, thanks for showing.

    Jay

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    hy every one, there is someone digging in Romania?

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    Yes I am a WW2 digger in Romania. So you find romanian things there and I find soviet things here. So what a turn of events mate. PM for anything you need. Cheers

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    The water flask is Romanian one, not a Polish Army issue.
    It is a fact however, that Romanian Army used the gas masks of the Polish manufacture type "wz.32" - they were the same as the Polish Army model, except different markings (e.g. guide notes in Romanian language).

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    Yes, that is a Romanian water flask most definitely. I have a nice example from Stalingrad. The Romanians tended to use whatever flask was at hand, German, Romanian, Italian, or even Austro Hungarian. Very rare to find one with a cover though. I'm wondering if those flask are only post war?

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