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Norstrom

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  1. Well, it was to good to be true! If you look at my Dirlewanger piece and compare it to Reischsicherheithaupamt, the written letters are very similar to each other. Maybe the same forger?
  2. Hi out there! I recently came across this document of an unteroffizier in the Dirlewanger Brigade. (The 36th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS) I was surprised to find items from that Brigade who all wants to hide and forget. The Division were composed of criminals expected to die fighting in the front-line. The unit was led by Oskar Dirlewanger, a known sadist and condemned rapist. In may 1945 Dirlewanger´s men were taken into Sovjet captivity but he fled westwards and was arrested in Altshausen. Dirlewanger died on 7 june 1945, killed either by soldiers or former concentration camp inmates, the exact details are unknown. Rumours says that Dirlewanger was found slowly grilled on a fire.
  3. Thanks! We can find a lot of false items on internet which looks really original!
  4. Hi! Here Is two other daggers! Is there anyone of you gents who can see if it is fakes from these photos? I think they looks original!? Someone i Poland have it! /Norstrom
  5. Hermann Künne was one of ten German destroyers which participated in the invasion of Norway the 9:th of April 1940. All ten destroyers were sunk by the Britts. Hermann Künne run on shore after all its ammunition were consumed. She was sunk by a Brittish torpedo and gun fire. Some years after the war one could see Künne´s front above the surface only 50 meters from the shore. No adays the ship has broken down but from a depth of fifteen to thirty-five meter, she is in a rather good condition. The stern lays on approx 35 meters of depth. I will check my wreck photos and lay out some on this forum!
  6. The destroyer was "Hermann Künne" and I know some German destroyers were in Spain before the 2:nd ww.
  7. Very, very nice indeed! I havn´t seen these original plaques before! regards! Roine N
  8. Interesting items Erik! I presume you have been looking hard for these plaques! I add a picture from the area of Narvik very close to a fjord where a U-boot base was located! The stones on the top of the mountain were put there by German sailors!
  9. I can show you a medal which I found on board a German destroyer during scuba diving long time ago. The medal is in poor condition and I think it has been exposed to fire! Anyway, it is original! No marking is to be find on the back. Some of the German destroyers were involved in the Spanish civili war. http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-37283600-1368180803.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-89868900-1368180822.jpg
  10. http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-50517100-1367741705.jpgHi! The album are complete with all 270 pictures. Each frame contain prepared text and the card measure 62 x 47 mm. My interest is more ww2 but it is of course interesting to see this period of war from this side also! The album contain also all fronts with pictures, behind the front, what is happening at home and at sea, in the colonies and close up pictures of all different people the Germans fought against. I add a couple of pictures from that side so you can see how the Germans looked at the enemy at that time. The last picture shows "englander" and "scotish and Irish" /regards! Norstrom http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-50517100-1367741705.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-70758800-1367741740.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-43175300-1367741759.jpg
  11. Hi gents! I just want to show you what I came across recently! An album showing some maps, annually war events with dates and pictures (Cigarets Cards) in mint condition! http://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-14026300-1367667907.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-14026300-1367667907.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-64621100-1367667927.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_05_2013/post-5674-0-01323700-1367667947.jpg
  12. WOW! Amazing find! Lucky guy´s! Just to increase salivary secreation I add some pictures from Russia near the border of Finland, where the German SS-mountain division fought. (2 pictures + 2 pictures)
  13. Hi! I have a couple of odd objects in terms of German Gun Powder Containers I want to show you Gentlemen! Those are placed on the bottom of a shell and are made of cloth material in very good quality. One bag is from the 3,7 cm anti aircraft ammunition and the other from 12,7 cm ammunition.
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