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Interesting field made Ritterkreuz mit Eichenlaub.

Article about: Adrian, absolutely, couldnt of said it better myself.......I actually like the 'Weitze' one, if it was half the price, it just might be worth having as an example.

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    Adrian, absolutely, couldnt of said it better myself.......I actually like the 'Weitze' one, if it was half the price, it just might be worth having as an example.

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    Quote by AdrianC View Post
    Here's an interesting Ritterkreuz on Philipp-Militaria, apparently field made from an EK1 with the Eichenlaub made from an Infanterie Sturmabzeichen wreath. A shame it's been de-nazified but unique nonetheless!
    Ritterkreuz mit Eichenlaub
    Its like something from a Mary Shelley novel.

    They do nothing for me but I would say they have their fans

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    ye, the scales shall fall from thine eyes. school time swap, 1956. cross for Dinky 5.5 in howitzer.
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    This isn't my collecting area any longer but still find these threads interesting nonetheless. What I can't get my mind around is why would it be necessary to de-nazify a "field made" example? I guess the argument could be made that it was worn post-war however...but why not just buy a replacement without the swastika???
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    Quote by prosty zolnierz View Post
    ye, the scales shall fall from thine eyes. school time swap, 1956. cross for Dinky 5.5 in howitzer.
    Surprised that you've kept it all this time.....

    Of course the 'Dinky' Howitzer is wrecked and rusty somewhere !
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I still have my " Magic Robot" and unmade Lindberg Thunderceptor !

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