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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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    Wow, Great finds!!!

    Dean O

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    Quote by Sebastien View Post
    Thanks Glenn !

    this finds from my friend, that his job for august and september...

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    more interesting)))
    Plate of Entfernungsmesser 34 rangefinder!

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    Hi guys...
    Yesterday, my friend, his wife and I, we spent a weekend outside the city...
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    the weather was nice, sunny day, the air temperature around 0 degrees. But a few days ago here was very cold, at night was -15 degrees Celsius... brrr...

    no snow, maybe nature imposed sanctions

    the ground is frozen, so to dig a hole, we used bonfire
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    I'm in Action

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    our finds ... not interesting military rubbish

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    but we had a great time ...

    some good photos


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    Hi guys.
    Yesterday, my friend and I were on the field where we were last weekend...
    I did not say that we found the body. Last time we were unable to dig up him, because the ground was frozen...

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    This soldier was in a construction battalion. We found only his dog tag and a few buttons on his pants. That's all.

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    Yesterday we were in the steppe ... snow, wind, cold ... it was like at the 42nd ...
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    We found nothing

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    in the spring of my friends found a battery for a truck.

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    Yesterday they did clean it.
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    This battery by ambulance from the 16th Panzer Division.

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    Hey there Sebastien,
    Did you report that you found the body of that soldier? I think it is nice if the family of that soldier knows.

    You have an awesome hobby!

    Kind regards,
    Remy

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    Quote by Angatta View Post
    Hey there Sebastien,
    Did you report that you found the body of that soldier? I think it is nice if the family of that soldier knows.

    You have an awesome hobby!

    Kind regards,
    Remy
    Hi Remy, please do not worry. All the soldiers that we find then finds peace in the official military cemeteries ...

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    Hi guys.

    Happy New Year!!!

    1 and 2 January, I was in the desert, looking for military relics
    The first of January, I found nothing)))

    and yesterday I found an interesting position. It was a bunker where exactly was the wood stove.
    Sorry, that photo little informative, I was alone. The photo shows - the hole was very deep.
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    I found just the orange bakelite butter dish- only bottom.
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    And plate WASSER ABLASSEN...
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    First thing, congratulations on starting another year on this very interesting and exciting thread. Secondly a word of caution, when digging such deep holes it is never good to be alone. In my younger years I too dug very deep and when things collapse it is surprising (a) how quickly it happens and (b) how little soil can knock the air out of your lungs and pin you down. Anyhow I'm sure you know what your doing as where you are digging looks very solid and I'm sure moving all that soil kept you very warm. Stay safe and good luck for 2015.
    Cheers, Mark.

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