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Stalingrad: digging near Gorodisсhe & Gumrak

Article about: by Sebastien I have not the metal detector I am feeling my ass where to dig Right now I have eyes, hands, feet and my spade is all that I use in my hobby

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    Quote by STG44 View Post
    the bottle looks like a brandflasche
    No, it's just the bottle of wine

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    Recently we found a German soldier with the dog tag.
    soldier was from air defense forces...
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    And yesterday we found three of our soldiers. These were three Soviet soldiers
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    apparently they were killed autumn of 1942, because the remains were so many the worms - maggots.
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    Unfortunately all of them nameless, we found only a sign of water rescuer.
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    note, we found a guitar pick.
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    Nice one Andy. Where will they be buried?

    Cheers!

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    Nice find Sebastien, now they will get a dignified burial.
    Tks,
    Bob32268

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    Thanks guys for your attention!
    Our soldiers and German soldiers we transmit on a special military cemetery near the village Rossoshka.

    ??????????? - ?????????: ???????????

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    Yesterday we found fragments of an army tractor STZ-5 NATI
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    Like that
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    We also found a machine gun belt from Maxim
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    And a piece of paper. What written on it? This polish?
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    Quote by Sebastien View Post
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    And a piece of paper. What written on it? This polish?
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    It is in Polish indeed. Looks like a scrap o newspaper or (what is more possible) propaganda leaflet.
    On the one side is: Please, pass (...) - leaflet? And under the line something that looks like in German language (?)
    On the other side there something about the: People's Commissar (...), statement (...), Sir Archibald Clark Kerr (...), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (...), series of resolutions were taken concerning (...), (against?) Germans and their allies (...), righteous / just war of liberation (...), (until?) total destruction (...),
    My theory: it was Soviet leaflet, addressed to German soldiers. There were many Poles among them, forced to serve in Wehrmacht. They originated from e.g. Pomerania, Silesia, Warhegau etc.

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    Awesome

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    For justifying the theory that it was a leaflet - I managed to decipher German words from the first side. Seems to be: (...) Flugblatt dient als (...)
    We can imagine that it was: "Dieses Flugblatt dient als Passierschein" - "This leaflet serves as a pass".

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