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WW2 digging in Transylvania, Romania.

Article about: Hi mateys, just felt like sharing some of the recent discoveries with y'all. Most of them are from WW2 battlefields in Romania including Kampfraum Gro▀wardein (now Oradea, Romania). Hope you

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    Hi mateys, just felt like sharing some of the recent discoveries with y'all. Most of them are from WW2 battlefields in Romania including Kampfraum Gro▀wardein (now Oradea, Romania). Hope you enjoy, happy hunting to all war relic hunters out there.
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    That's a pretty nice haul. Thanks for showing
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    And also the continuation of the recent discoveries:
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    Nice finds. Keep it up......... !
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    Steve.

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    Some interesting finds, for sure! Amazing, when you think about all that is still beneath the ground. A person walks and pauses in places where Hell and Chaos once ran wild and they never know it.
    William

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    Excellent treasures you found and finally they emerged. Thanks for sharing them with us. Keep up the good work, if I may ask what does it say on those dog tags? Regards, Juan

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    A lot of history in that ground...

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    Amazing what you guys find over there. Thanks for sharing with us.

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    Very nice finds.

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    Quote by jamoros View Post
    Excellent treasures you found and finally they emerged. Thanks for sharing them with us. Keep up the good work, if I may ask what does it say on those dog tags? Regards, Juan

    Juan

    Romanian dog tags in latewar production were stamped just with CTG. (Contingent, year of draft), Reg (Regiment) and Matr. (Matricule number) and painted with a white paint that faded away over the years (perhaps war shortage on stamping credentials ... who knows).

    Hungarian dog tag is also irrelevant since also latewar hungarian troops had a superstition that if you marked your dog tag (perforations for year or birth, location code and the number of the child at birth that year) you won't return home ... so it's a mockery, no real data on this one.

    Thank you all for your consideration, I shall post more

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