WW2 German militaria

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KarlReissman
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WW2 German militaria

Post by KarlReissman » 08 Nov 2021 20:21

Wow....way too good German militaria and personal stuff, what has survived the war. Check the page 2 also.

https://www.alamy.de/search.html?ps=100 ... bstore%3D0
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Re: WW2 German militaria

Post by Hans1906 » 08 Nov 2021 20:44

Karl, collecting is always related to family, friends, neighborhood, never the senseless accumulation of artifacts without a personal connection.

Whether someone may be interested in a uniform, an award, whatever, in later years, I don't care.
The many conversations, especially about the old photos, with the still formerly living contemporary witnesses, that was always the salt in the historical soup.

When I was young, I thought differently, not anymore, my clock is ticking.... :wink:


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Re: WW2 German militaria

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 09 Nov 2021 00:09

I have no clue what both of you are ranting or raving about,please expand...bahahaha

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Re: WW2 German militaria

Post by KarlReissman » 09 Nov 2021 00:34

Mark in Cleveland, Tn. wrote:
09 Nov 2021 00:09
I have no clue what both of you are ranting or raving about,please expand...bahahaha
Did you open that link? And did you see those relics from ww2?
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Re: WW2 German militaria

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 09 Nov 2021 00:46

Opened it and was NOT impressed in any way, shape or form

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