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WW2 relics from Denmark

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    Findings from last week

    Regards
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    What is this ????
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    Fantastic finds, thanks for showing them Those things that you don't know about look to be the tail fin piece of a German Panzerschreck Rocket, I could be wrong though

    Thanks

    Danny

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    They are not, sorry but dont know what they are, the Panzerschreck tali looks compleatly diffrent.

    Panzerschreck rocket tail image by missing_something on Photobucket

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    I've just had done a quick search on the internet and I'm sure that its part of a Panzershreck Rocket. It looks a lot like the one pictured below

    Thanks

    Danny
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    I shamefully agree...
    My picure must be from the later RPzB.54/1 the improved version

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    You shouldnt have any shame in it we all make mistakes at somepoint, its how we learn

    Thanks

    Danny

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    that was quick thanks
    Regards

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    STG44, you are quite fortunate that you had found the other part of the dish in one piece.

    Congratulation's on your findings.

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    thank you, yes very lucky
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