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  1. I honestly do not think so, because with the width of the barbed wire networks it would take a lot of ladders and then it would take a lot of time while standing. Moreover, if the wires are well stretched with the stakes well placed I am not sure that the weight of a person is sufficient to put the ladder on the ground. Unstable and exposed. Also as I haven't seen any other photos yet, I guess the concept did not work out very well. In addition on the photo we see that the stakes are apart and that there is not too much wire and yet it is already complicated for the second ladder.
  2. Indeed it is not very original but I could have noticed it with the date since the war was over on 11/30/18 I had not paid attention to it. Thank you for your translation and translation. I find German a very difficult language with a lot of very different writing style. There are some very easy to read close to French and sometimes fortunately it's a German card otherwise I could not say. On the other hand I think I have a postcard with an interesting text there is a photo of flame thrower and it seems to me to read flammenwerfer behind.
  3. Hello, I am sharing the photo I have of the SB16, my friends on Flickr told me that this technique was not in the book so I find it interesting to add it here. The photo showing a technique of crossing barbed wire. Soldiers are equipped with grenade bags, rifles and leather knee pads also each carry a kind of ladder. The first poses it on the barbed wire then they advance, make go up the other ladders towards the front then the pose and so on. I have not seen any other photos yet about this technique, but I do not have any documentation. According to the seller it is a training of the S
  4. I take this opportunity to post here my postcard on the SturmBataillon 5 Rohr quite well known but really nice in postcard format even if it is a French card made with the negative found by the Americans. A wex squad in Argonne : 1 team leader 1 support 2 lance operator and 2 tank carrier I think. I bought this card this summer it was simply titled Trench in Argonne. I think that even if the sight is known the fact that it is in postcard format in photo quality allows it to still have an interesting value when we see the prices reached by the products related to the SB5 if anyone 'one has seen
  5. Sincerely I do not know where you find all this. I do not even see them go on sale. This is one of the most expensive that I paid (around forty euros) and I found it by pure luck at the bottom of Delcampe because as this series has no title the seller did not really know what that it was he just called it a German soldier or something. At this rate it will take me 30 years to bring the series together (even if I have the time) before I hesitated when I saw a card on the sturmtruppen but now at less than 40-50 euros I buy without asking myself any questions because the turn of the classic is qu
  6. I also have this cool little photo showing a technique of crossing barbed wire. Soldiers are equipped with grenade bags, rifles and leather knee pads also each carry a kind of ladder. The first poses it on the barbed wire then they advance, make go up the other ladders towards the front then the pose and so on. I have not seen any other photos yet, but I do not have any documentation. According to the seller it is a training of the SturmBataillon n°16. Here is also this view of the SturmBataillon 5 Rohr quite well known (but it must still have a minimum of value) but really nice in p
  7. Really sorry I think it's my fault I really wanted the horizontal because I already have the other and I found this one even better. Julien here is my copy bought last summer of the SB6 with a nice unit mark(I cannot read german so I do not know if the text is related) :
  8. That would be really great. It is been 3 years that I really collect and I have a lot of trouble finding references on these themes that is why I "take advantage" of confinement to put myself online to retrieve information from people who are know about it. Are they on sale often? because by following a little the sales of europe and internet for ebay etc it is the only one that I found in three years.
  9. woaw I had never seen these other cards it's really an incredible series Julien Mine :
  10. Hello I am new on the forum which I discovered thanks to the site http://www.kaiserscross.com/. I will post my postcards on this theme that I particularly like. To start, here is an interesting postcard that we don't see too often. There is already another one of the same style on the forum. I don't know how many there are in the series. I don't know if the sort of 8 or s is a signature or a sturmbataillon number. Does yours have a unitmark? Julien Another of an IR with grenades bag and gas mask in 1918
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