Some SS "Handschar" Re-enactor photo-infos

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Some SS "Handschar" Re-enactor photo-infos

Post by Arto O » 31 Jan 2018 04:22

Thanks A_Pisarenko,
Do you have more?
Here from pinterest.com.au
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Re: Some SS "Handschar" photo-infos

Post by Waleed Y. Majeed » 31 Jan 2018 06:11

Interesting to see, they are reading what appears to be an italian version of "My Struggle"

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Re: Some SS "Handschar" photo-infos

Post by luda » 31 Jan 2018 09:43

Arto O wrote:
Here from pinterest.com
Very interesting, barcode on book 194 ?. year.
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Re: Some SS "Handschar" photo-infos

Post by Ivan Ž. » 31 Jan 2018 09:44

Arto O wrote:Here from pinterest.com.au
These reenactors really MUST start putting watermarks on their photos, they are making a huge mess online! :x

And not only that this is a reenactment, but it's also a BAD reenactment.

(Dear fellow-moderator(s), I strongly suggest removing all reenactment posts from any topic outside the reenactment section.)
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Re: Some SS "Handschar" photo-infos

Post by George Lepre » 31 Jan 2018 15:28

Good morning all -

The "Mein Kampf" photo is obviously a modern creation. It was inspired by the often-published photo of Handschar members reading a propaganda leaflet at Neuhammer in the late 1943 - early 1944 time frame.

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