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Two SS AL ground dug buckles from field

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    Both buckles from field
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    That first one is very strange, very funny how the prongs and catch have been flattened but the side walls have not been touched, initially I thought it had been run over by a tank, very interesting though
    Ben

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    Looks like maybe the first one was resting on a stone etc when it was crushed, both pretty beaten up but i'd be happy to own 'em!..
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    That first one is very strange, very funny how the prongs and catch have been flattened but the side walls have not been touched, initially I thought it had been run over by a tank, very interesting though
    It REALLY looks like it get across T-34 No.. I tried to buckle a little compare.. Initial state is on the photo

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    lol now that one probably has been crushed by a tank
    Ben

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    Quote by Ben Evans View Post
    lol now that one probably has been crushed by a tank
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    Why do we see so much ground dug SS? You rarely see anyone post a Heer or Luftwaffe ground dug.

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    Quote by kirby View Post
    Why do we see so much ground dug SS? You rarely see anyone post a Heer or Luftwaffe ground dug.
    Just a guess mate but i think a lot of Waffen ss gear was dumped/hidden/buried at the end of the war, a lot of ss troops disguised themselves as Heer/Luftwaffe etc when they surrendered, they feared they'd be treated badly which they often were. Just my theory though!..
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Maybe a lot of Heer/Luft/Km kept their buckles, like Gunny said the SS probably got rid to try and distance themselves from being part of the SS
    Ben

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    Quote by kirby View Post
    Why do we see so much ground dug SS? You rarely see anyone post a Heer or Luftwaffe ground dug.
    I'll post them later

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