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My italian relic collection

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    Some italian things found all around italian occupied part of Croatia.
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    Very nice relics!
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    Its a great idea to use the SS RZM helmet as an machinegun stand
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    very nice collection of relics.

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    Very interesting stuff! Could you please read for me the rgt. number on the M 33 in the third pic? Is it 54?

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    Some pretty cool items there!...
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    Wow! What a collection!

    Whats the story with the mounted MG? Where did you find it, etcetera? Seems like its in a real immaculate condition.

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    HI! rgt.number is 54. it is found near Fiume-Rijeka.
    Fiat heavy machine gun was burried also near Fiume on mount Grmada.Probably partisans burried it afther italia capitulated in 1943.The area was heavy fortified,part of Vallo Alpino line.Lot of Breda and Fiat MGs there.All those forts were abandoned by italians.Partisans captured lot of heavy weapons and coudnt carry all of that becouse german operation -Wolkenbruch- came. Goal of that operation was to destroy newly formed partisan units and capture all italian heavy weapons and tanks they can,

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    Nice! I love seeing the italian relics displayed. Not enough of it collected imo.
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    There is good bok in Croatia about Axis armour,and italian armour in german service here. Partisans used a lot of that too against wehrmacht.
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