Some german words

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Some german words

Postby Nickanor » 27 Jan 2013 12:47

Hello from cold Russia! :milwink:
Please, help me to decipher these German words.


1.
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"ein ??? Russe bei Taizi"
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2.
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???????????
"Kirche in Taizi"
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3.
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"russ. panzer ???????????"
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4.Image
"russischer bunker am Waldrand in der nähe von Taizi ( ??? 269. ??? Division)"

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Re: Some german words

Postby Matteus » 27 Jan 2013 13:43

well i'll try

1st
ein über... (überschwerer?) Russe bei Taizi

2nd
Sie dürfen wieder Gottesdienst abhalten. Kirche in Taizi.

3rd
no idea

4th
... (Querverbindung 269. zur SS Division) ??


hope it helps a bit
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Re: Some german words

Postby Nickanor » 27 Jan 2013 15:07

Wow! Thanks a lot! :)
1st and 2nd are exactly correct!

But what does it mean: "Querverbindung 269. zur SS Division"? :?

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Re: Some german words

Postby Matteus » 27 Jan 2013 15:13

hi

i actually doubt that "überschwerer" is correct in 1.

Querverbindung 269. zur SS Division - Querverbindung means cross connection http://dict.leo.org/ende?lp=ende&lang=de&searchLoc=0&cmpType=relaxed&sectHdr=on&spellToler=&search=Querverbindung

so cross connection 269 to the SS div - maybe

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Re: Some german words

Postby Nickanor » 27 Jan 2013 16:02

No-no! 1st is really correct because this is the signature to the photo where we can see heavy Soviet tank KV-2 ("überschwerer Russe"). You opened my eyes! :)

Thanks for your version of transfer!
Well, i think 4th signature author wants to say that the bunker was captured by joint efforts of two divisions: 269. and SS.
Or something like this.
"269" is number of division (100%!).

I hope that somebody will help me with the 3th question...

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Re: Some german words

Postby Matteus » 27 Jan 2013 16:07

Querverbing could also stand for a rail way junction, maybe.

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Re: Some german words

Postby Nickanor » 28 Jan 2013 15:17

3rd - "russ. Panzer in deutschen Diensten" maybe
?!


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