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Russian "Fur Raub und Mord" Iron Cross Found

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I think even the article that started this all is very suspect in the first place.

A also think that we are underestimating the difficulty of the manufacturing of crosses... especially making the dies, assembling them.

In Germany they did not get guys off the street, push then into Steinhauer and Luck and say "Assemble these"

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Gentlemen, the purpose of the discussion is knowledge and the attainment thereof. We really don't need to chuckle over language barriers, do we? Thanks. Spasibo. Merci. Vielen Dank.

Hello!

I agree.

All the best :cheers:

Nesredep

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A also think that we are underestimating the difficulty of the manufacturing of crosses... especially making the dies, assembling them.

In Germany they did not get guys off the street, push then into Steinhauer and Luck and say "Assemble these"

precisely:)

joel

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I think even the article that started this all is very suspect in the first place.

A also think that we are underestimating the difficulty of the manufacturing of crosses... especially making the dies, assembling them.

In Germany they did not get guys off the street, push then into Steinhauer and Luck and say "Assemble these"

You understand, that given article is not the document? :unsure: I think, that someone tries to warm the handles on the given artefact. ;)

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I really don't believe in these crosses.

When you are under siege I think you habve more important things to do then wasting time on propaganda crosses.

The pin and catch on the ek1 looks familiar, I think I have seen it on Souval ek's before......

(and we all know they didn't stop producing after 1945)

Best regards,

Ben

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I really don't believe in these crosses.

When you are under siege I think you habve more important things to do then wasting time on propaganda crosses.

I agree... I remember once a friend had to sell some of his collection because of hard times... he said "you cannot eat an iron cross..." would have counted double back then... ;-)

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