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My Father's Fleigerbluse

Article about: Greimers very nice uniform with nice history. Who did the Officers dagger belong to? Gary

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    Some documents
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    Allow me to rotate for you.
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    Very nice. Its good that you take an interest in your fathers history.

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    Sorry people, I'm a dinosaur sometimes

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    That record on the deck .... it's either the Police or Barry Manilow !!

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    And sorry GaryJ, - INXS

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    Fair Dinkum ! .... OZ rock !

    .. And thankfully NOT Barry Manitou.

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    And sorry GaryJ, - INXS

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    It's amazing that you have so many things of his, especially considering that most German veterans disposed of their uniforms soon after the war's end.

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    As I have said in previous threads, I have come from a staunch military background, both German and Australian. Dad was "pinched" when he first came to Australia for riding a push-bike without a light and was required to present himself to court with identification papers. These were some of what he presented (The Court and Police shit themselves)

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