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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 Sebastien View Post
    For don_kihotis7

    Use of 100-150 grams of oxalic acid to 10 liters of water. Use warm water, about 50-70 degrees Celsius. Put your thing in the water. Wait for 15-30 minutes. After done replacement of the water, add a new portion oxalic acid. Repeat the procedure 3-4 times.
    Then take the thing in hands and to wash with soap and water.
    In 10 liters of water add baking soda to put your thing. Keep your thing in this solution for several hours. It is necessary to neutralize the acid reaction. http://hgal.ru/questions/10-neitrali...chelochei.html
    Spasipa Sebastien.

    I will try it.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Hi guys

    I had a lot of work))) but I do not forget about the forum...

    A few weeks ago at the weekend we were on the battlefield near Gorodisсhe...

    We have found the position Flak 18/36 ... some things indicate this fact

    good find ...
    Battledamaged beautiful M35

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    At this hole we dug up a lot of different metal ...

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    general result

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    the most interesting finds:

    the rear fender of the motorcycle DKW NZ 350

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    Again different items not only from Flak

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    Great finds Andrey! The rusty impression of the M35 in the soil is a sight to see!

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    wheel chock for truck Flak 18/36

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    the rear fender of the motorcycle DKW after cleaning

    very difficult to see the emblem of the 3rd Motorized Division...

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    Quote by Sebastien View Post
    Battledamaged beautiful M35

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    after cleaning

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    Excellent finds Sebastien ! The motorcycle fender with 3rd Motorized Division
    is especially a great find. Keep up the good digging or do you have to stop now
    that it is winter ? Is the ground frozen yet ?
    Tks,
    Bob32268

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    Quote by bob32268 View Post
    do you have to stop now
    that it is winter ? Is the ground frozen yet ?
    Tks,
    Bob32268

    Hi Bob, you know that I never stop... Only if I get sick or my car is broken or do not have gasoline ...
    but this is no reason to stop searching for me ... online I'm looking for maps, charts, new data for excavation ...

    Volgograd today ... Photos by residents of the city

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    Thanks for the beautiful pictures of Volgagrad. Even in winter it looks great.
    I thought that in winter the ground would be frozen and you would not be
    able to dig. You are very dedicated to your hobby and I'm glad that you
    dig in all the months of the year.
    Tks,
    Bob32268

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