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  1. Guys, Straight out of the skip today along with a bit of Wehrmacht stuff. There is a trace of grey paint on the metal fitings on the case. The leather is dated and maker marked as is the flute or pfife if that is what it is called? What clown throws this in the bin? Jock
  2. Gentlemen: I haven't been here in a while. In 2013 both my parents committed suicide and I hooked up with a fake publicity firm that took me for $40,000. I never spoke about my personal issues here, but I have Meniere's disease, an incurable autoimmune disorder that keeps me housebound, and I have PTSD. Both conditions are worsened by stress. For seven months my fake publicists sent me supportive e-mails "helping" me through the endless series of crises, when in reality they were monitoring my blog to judge when I was at my lowest emotional and mental ebb. They double billed me, charged me for services not rendered, and made promises they didn't keep. Ultimately PayPal refunded me $9000, since I documented everything. You can go to my Website and read the "About" page. It has a link to the story. Not a single media outlet in the United States nor a single law-enforcement agency responded when I told them what had happened, so the criminals will get away scot-free. Until they con the wrong person. I've spoken to a quite terrifiying man from Montana, a state where they believe in frontier justice. Hopefully I've talked him out of his plan. But now I have to start my writing career over from scratch, since the two books that the fake publicists pretended to market are now dead. I have a new book that's part of the trilogy that I wrote, but I need Amazon reviews of my previous books. Some of you have read my books or know others who have. German Flamethrower Pioneers of World War I. Flamethrower Troops of World War I: The Central and Allied Powers. German Assault Troops of World War I: Organization, Tactics, Weapons, Equipment Orders of Battle, and Uniforms. Every review will help immensely. I'll be eternally grateful if you take the time to write one or ask people who've read the books to write one. Before this happened, I'd begun collecting photos for Assault Troops of World War I: The Central, Allied, and Neutral Powers. It's on hold now as I try to rebuild, but no reason why you shouldn't see a little taste. Did you know that the Germans fielded visorless helmets in 1917? They're rare, but I have photos of them. They copied them from the Austrians, who first began wearing their helmets backwards and then cut off the visors. Visorless helmet with cloth camouflage cover.
  3. I hope I have this under the appropriate section. This is a Uboat Veteran pin I picked up. I think it looks good. It varies from the one shown in Mr. Gordon Williamson's Torpedo Los Book. Page 387. I think it is a good one. What say you? Thanks for looking and commenting. Best Regards, JustinG
  4. Here is a nice (but not perfect) gorget and a recent photo pick up, hope you like them........
  5. Here's another topic of little or no interest: When would a Prussian field marshal of the era 1870-1918 carry the parade baton as opposed to the interimstab cane? Yes, the obvious 'parade', but were there other occasions when FM's would tote their fancy velvet baton? Inquiring minds want to know. Well, not many, maybe. As a corollary subject, some photos of WWI FM's show them sans batons of any kind, which is a marked contrast to their WW2 counterparts, who seem to have bathed and slept with at least an interimstab. Just saying.
  6. Hi all, My Dad recently dug out an old pair of binoculars given to him from his uncle years ago. He knew they were U-boat binoculars but didn't know much else about them. We've recently started trying to find a bit more information about them, but it seems like most of the interest surrounds Zeiss models, and we can't seem to find too much about the pair my Dad owns from general internet searches, so would be really interested to find out more about them if anyone can help? Here's what we do know: My great-uncle was on a ship called HMS Zephyr, a British destroyer, during the war, and we assume it was during this time that he came across the binoculars. They're 7x50 cxn (which we found is the code for the manufacturer Emil Busch), and serial number is 456902. I will attach a few photographs for interest. It seems that this is the best place to ask, as there's a lot of information here, and we'd really appreciate if anyone has any more information about these binoculars. Cheers, Jill
  7. Hello fellow-forummembers, Last weekend I found a nice fleamarket in Germany, and I was able to buy these two items there for a few euro's. The first item is a nice reservist schnappsflask. Can anyone identify the regiment? I believe it should be the 5th Rheinisches Infanterie-Regiment nr. 65 (http://wiki-de.genealogy.net/IR_65)? And what does 'Corsten' mean, is it the name of the reservist?
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