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What is your holy grail of militaria?

Article about: Hello Poromies Here is the link: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/steel-...-helmet-23835/ Regards Brett

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    Hello Poromies
    Here is the link: http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/steel-...-helmet-23835/

    Regards
    Brett

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    Hrrrr, creepy! Thanks for the link! I wonder where the helmet is now...

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    The pistol that hitler used to pop his clogs.
    I think it was a walther ppk?....must be hidden away in russia somewhere.

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    If I recall correctly, the pistol can be seen on one of the images taken by the Russians inside the bunkers, the one with the soldiers kneeling over the couch with lighters as their only source of light. Blood stains can also be seen.

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    Wonder what happened to it........surley one of the reds took it....very hard to prove after all these years

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    This beauty....A Supermarine Spitfire Ia in flying condition, as this one is, and a shed load of flying lessons......And an unlimited supply of 100 octane.

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    I could write a list that would make Santa's eyes pop out, but instead, I shall offer one item that I wouldn't choose if I could only select one item, but it would nevertheless be of great interest. Blondi's lead. Or a U-Boat...or Hitler's visors...or a King Tiger...or a...well, you get the picture...

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    Well, I suppose one of these helmets would be nice........

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    A relic Lahti or PTRS in relatively good condition would just about float my boat.

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    Prototype Bakelite Heer buckle, these are like Hens teeth
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