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A question for collectors.

Article about: Hello Guys and Gals, Here is the question that I have been thinking of. If one item in your collection could talk, it doesn't matter what, whether it is a bullet casing or a Me-262, what wou

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    Mark, I have been thinking of your odd helmet and I figured it out (not really but it is funny ). They figured they could wear that as winter camo fighting the Germans because the Germans chugged so much of their thick beer, they wouldn't be able to see that person.

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    French Bayonet belonging to a British soldier named S Travers. It is marked "17th Divisional Signals", "S. Travers", "Ypres Salient Nov. 1915 - April 1916", and on the sheath "S. Travers 1915-1918"

    There is only one S Travers listed on the CWGC website. S R Travers was killed on September 18, 1918 likely during the Fifth Battle of Ypres. Today he is buried in the Belgrade Cemetary in Belgium.
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