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    Default Ceremony photos.

    I received these photos from a friend and I'm trying to figure out what they might be. Obviously, the 2 depict some type of ceremony, but I can't even decipher the writing on the one photo. They came out of a photo album. The 2 "ceremony" photos have identifiable Nazi flags within the photos. They measure 3 1/3 by2.25 inches. The photo, with appears to be someone looking down from atop a building, measures roughly 3.5 by 2.5 inches.

    Any input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
    Brian
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    Default Re: Ceremony photos.

    the picture on the left , is post war ,ZeppelintribŁne , the big swatika removed by US army!

    look this link same place http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...98-animate.gif

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    Default Re: Ceremony photos.

    Thanks Pierre! I would have never gotten that one! Are you sure it's the same building in my photo since it's a close up shot?
    PS. I re-started this thread in the appropriate category instead of "daggers & swords" section. So you can delete it, if necessary.
    Thanks again,
    Brian

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