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"Axis and Allied Militaria Odds Ends and Ephemera"

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    Hi Again, This thread appears to be dead in the water so I am trying the kiss of life on it!! A couple of citations to view. The promotion citation has what I believe to be an AH facsimily and what appears an original HG but I'm probably wrong. Similar with the other document. Anyway, please take a look and let me know what you think.
    Cheers MR


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    A few bits that never really make the display shelf due to fragility....I treasure them, but keep them safely stored.....

    A relic two sided German vehicle serviceability sign, and a couple of newspapers....the crucifix is made of Polish and German shell casings....
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    michael you have some real nice interesting items and ive enjoyed viewing them ,ill stay tuned for more

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    Hi, All very nice!!! How many of those papers were produced thousands or even millions? But, how many have survived?? Not a lot!!! Future museum material. Thank you for showing and very best wishes Michael R
    PS Hope it is cold over there in Sydney cos its bl==dy freezing over here in Pommyland!!!

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    Thank you James. Stay tuned, I've also got a ton of rubbish!!! Cheers MR

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    I should change that as I have moved back to Melbourne, where the weather today is a clear blue sky and 36 degrees C, and tomorrow is heading to 40!

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    God I hate you Bl==dy Ausies!!!! LOL Michael R

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    Actually two relatives just flew into Melbourne yesterday from England! They are in for a shock tomorrow, though one commented that he is now able to defrost and move again after one day in the sun

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    Nice to know that you have civilised relatives in Pommyland!!!!!!!!! Must have some British blood in your veins!!! LOL Cheers and G'day.

    A Guy told me the other day that the avaerage Ausie male reached maturity at the age of 37 and it lasted almost 20 minutes?? Needless to say, I know he was wrong!!! More like 10 minutes!! MR

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    Wow Michael, every time I visit one of your threads I see more items in your great collection.

    Please keep on sharing, I have nothing to show sadly.

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