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WW2 german soldiers jackboots (Marschstiefel), from a bunker.

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    Hi,

    I decided to share some photos as a reference material with a matching pair of a german soldiers jackboots- or so called Marschstiefel, that were found by me and my comrade in a collapsed bunker with other relics in the positions where in 1944.december - 1945. march was stationed grenadier regiment 502 (290. Infantry division/ Wehrmacht), with other units. If this thread is somehow against rules of this topic, feel free to remove it.
    With best regards,
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    Hello,
    Thanks for sharing these textbook low shaft issue Marschstiefel with us...not a surprise that stitchings did not last, but the rest looks in tremendous condition for boots that stayed in a bunker for several decades.
    Thanks


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    Quote by JPhilip View Post
    Hello,
    Thanks for sharing these textbook low shaft issue Marschstiefel with us...not a surprise that stitchings did not last, but the rest looks in tremendous condition for boots that stayed in a bunker for several decades.
    Thanks
    Thank You, the blue clay, constant humidity definately helps to preserve items. The boots were simply left right by the side of a field made brick stove remains.

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    Nice find and refurbish.

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