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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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    An account of Flying missions over England ,plus some sort of souvenir from Egypt.

    Paul[/QUOTE]

    Actually these are remnants of cigarette packages - Eckstein, Juno and some unknown brand with name ─giptische (Egypt).

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    Quote by Frundsberg View Post
    An account of Flying missions over England ,plus some sort of souvenir from Egypt.

    Paul
    Actually these are remnants of cigarette packages - Eckstein, Juno and some unknown brand with name ─giptische (Egypt).
    You right, this is a pack of cigarettes.
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    Oops, a little dangerous findings .
    I dug up the hand grenades RGD-33 in good condition ... and I buried it back.
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  4. #474

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    Wow, I'd be filling my pants just digging those things up, let alone handling them!

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    yes.scary things.and if they explode???

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    Quote by herrzark View Post
    yes.scary things.and if they explode???
    Well........?

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    Sebastien, Who do 'you' inform about the whereabouts of these explosives after you cover em back up? Ron

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    If they explode I doubt very much Sebestien will post pictures of them. Indeed, I doubt he'd even post again !

    Nice finds Sebestien and those nades are in a remarkable condition considering how long they've been buried.

    Steve T

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    Quote by packin9 View Post
    Sebastien, Who do 'you' inform about the whereabouts of these explosives after you cover em back up? Ron
    No Ron, I didn't inform anybody about the whereabouts, because it is a very interesting place. I buried these things quite deeply.

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    Today I dug on the field where the bunker that I dug 1 st January http://warrelics.eu/forum/military_p...k-sdc10014.jpg
    Today I found a new bunker, there lived artillerymen.

    At this point field, soil with sand. Wet sand often collapses. A few times my legs were buried . So, finds little.
    I'll be back to dig this bunker.
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