great story . I am surprised you didn't find anything.
Keep up the good work. I enjoy reading your posts.
I specialize in M1 carbines and Lugers.
How many poeple do you think dig in "Stalingrad"? How many do you talk with that do what you do? The papers and the recordings are
unbelievable!!! I am waiting for you to dig up a whole STUG or PANZER iv before long...HA!
andrey dont you call me for dug up ? i found the luger need a walther lol
Last weekend, I was looking for a place where there were dead bodies of German soldiers ... Beketovka a settlement, south of Volgograd...
After the battle of Stalingrad, German soldiers were prisoners of war in a POW camp in the village Beketovka in the barracks of Stalingrad thermal condensing power...
This famous camp number 108, there were about 35,000 German and Romanian soldiers ... prisoners
By March 1943 many soldiers died of wounds and dysentery, about 15,000 soldiers ... were stored next to the camp ...I found this place
Now there is sand quarry
Not a Single Thing from all those literal mountains of dead stored there?? Wow... It must have been long since cleaned up with a fine toothed comb.
"Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."
Yeah, you would think SOMETHING would be found,, unless maybe bulldozed over and all of it is buried deep in the ground.
Thank you for your continious work!You really make our days Sebastian The Great !
History has a sens because of you.
Merci beaucoup Monsieur!