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Jock Auld

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    Guiness, nice whisky and WW2 Germany, in particular Wehrpass, Soldbucher, and Documents.

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  1. Guys, BRS, This is more up your street, I like that he worked in all probability with the drawings for Titanic in 1907! The paper is in various sizes so it is a bit clipped in places. I need an A3 scanner to capture his CVs as they are longer than the references. Looks like he was busy in Wilhelmshaven in the first war! These are out of the recycle skip, crazy or what! Rich
  2. Guys, I know you all like this sort of thing. I haven't even scratched the surface yet. http://www.historicalwarmilitariaforum.com/topic/11656-distiguished-gentelman-well-decorated/ http://www.historicalwarmilitariaforum.com/topic/11654-military-intelligence-lot/ Ende!
  3. Well I hope sailorjerry does not profit from it. Lets put our head in the sand. On that happy note there is no point in being here anymore, same as the rest.
  4. Guys, These were with the family photos in our new house. Clearly both the same picture so if some one would like the double let me know.
  5. Kevin, It is the previous owners husband he died some time ago but the EK doc and RAD album I posted recently was his. His name was Juergen Konert and they as a family are/were well known here in Bergen as the shop was the local electrical hardware store. We have just had an offer on our old house so I am having to prep this one up to receive all that resides in the other address. I am threaders!
  6. Guys, Just found a few bits and bobs in the attic of our new house. This is now my favourite helmet picture. I will post some more when I have resolved my scanner issue.
  7. Just found a box of photos and there are a couple of nice ones, I will post them up after night shift.
  8. Guys, Just clearing the attic of the new house and it would appear I now have an instant collection of WHW and a bit of tin. more more more last
  9. Fritzel, Just a bit of fun. I spent most of my life working with military radios and looking at the picture there are some interesting points. Directly behind his head is some sort of horn affair, is that to receive sound or transmit? The pack in front of him looks to have valves on it but back then you would need a pretty substansial battery to power any such device. The 'antenna' array remands me of a directional/narrow field FM thing we had called the 'clothes line' in English, UK this is used to dry your washing on. It was called the GMM ground mounted Monopole. Th
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